As promised by Tim Cook last week at the WWDC keynote speech, the App Store has been made available to an extra 32 countries. See the list after the break:</p><ul>[*]Albania[*]Benin[*]Bhutan[*]Burkina Faso[*]Cambodia[*]Cape Verde[*]Chad[*]Congo[*]Fiji[*]Gambia[*]Guinea-Bissau[*]Kyrgyzstan[*]Laos[*]Liberia[*]Malawi[*]Mauritania[*]Micronesia[*]Mongolia[*]Mozambique[*]Namibia[*]Nepal[*]Palau[*]Papua New Guinea[*]Sao Tome e Principe[*]Seychelles[*]Sierra Leone[*]Solomon Islands[*]Swaziland[*]Tajikistan[*]Turkmenistan[*]Ukraine[*]Zimbabwe[/list]

The App Store is now accessible in 155 countries and territories around the world.</p>via
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