Apple paid App Store developers $6.5bn in Q3 2013
- USA: Monday, October 29 - 2012 at 08:02
Apple has made eight additions to the list of supported currencies by its App Store. Among the new currencies are Saudi Arabia's Riyal and the UAE's Dirham. The move to offering local currencies will help Apple in growing local use of paid apps, and spur the creation of more localised apps. Apple said in its earnings report it had set an all-time record for App Store sales in the third quarter, with $6.5bn paid out to developers. There are now 700,000 apps now available in the store, 275,000 of which are for the iPad.
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