In many parts of the world there’s a minimum listing price for apps within the Google Play Store. This number varies depending on the country and the currency, but is typically a small amount of money. Google has announced that it is now lowering the minimum price of apps in 17 countries so that more people have access to the huge catalog of apps. For instance, the minimum price for an app in Brazil has been reduced from R$2.00 to R$0.99. This price reduction will likely help spur the sales of apps around the globe and give your app a better chance of success. Take a look at all the price reductions and see how you can update your app’s pricing right now!
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