There's a small country tucked away in Central Europe that roughly 40,000 people call home. Among them, there have to be at least two, maybe three people who own Android devices. Those folks can download paid apps from the Play Store now that Google has expanded availability to Liechtenstein.

See, Google has added the country to the relevant support page.


Let's fast forward a bit.


There it is!

Having access to paid apps means users can download software other than the stuff that's available for free. This opens up quite a range of content, like games that aren't trying to nickel and dime you. It's nice to show developers some love, and now another 62 square miles worth of people have the option. They probably won't result in all that much additional revenue, but there's only so much you can expect from a country that's 15 miles long.

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  • Google Play support