Last week Apple announced that its App Store for the iPhone and iPod touch is available in 13 new countries. Newcomers to the App Store are the nations of Armenia, Botswana, Bulgaria, Jordan, Kenya, Macedonia, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Niger, Senegal, Tunisia and Uganda.
Developers can now log into their iTunes Connect page to view and update countries where applications are available, Apple announced.
First launched in 2008, the App Store has been a tremendous success for Apple in driving sales of the iPhone and iPod touch. Last month, the company announced that more than 140,000 applications are available from the online download destination.