Apple Transitions App Store Pricing to Local Currencies in 9 Countries

Apple has started shifting from pricing in US dollars or euros to local currencies in the App Store, in up to 9 countries this week. The transition to local currency will most likely expand to other countries that don’t have US dollars or euros as their national currency.

The pricing changes, which Apple announced through its iTunes Connect resource page a week ago, have went into effect in Poland, according to Apple Insider. The euro pricing was replaced with zloty on Apple’s digital storefronts, including the iOS, Mac App Stores, iTunes and iBooks Store.

The local currency is applicable to services and subscriptions like iCloud and Apple Music, while some users have noticed a monetary benefit th… (read more)

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