Developers in Tunisia and Zimbabwe can now publish paid apps on the Play Store

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It might surprise you to know that developers in many countries can’t sell paid apps on the Play Store. Last month, Ecuador, Sri Lanka, and Tanzania added support for merchant registration (a prerequisite to sell paid apps and IAPs on the Play Store), and now Tunisia and Zimbabwe have joined in on the fun.

We learned of these additions by way of a Google Play Console support page, but we’re not sure if they’ve officially rolled out yet.

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Zimbabwe will use fingerprint ID technology for its 2018 general elections

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Zimbabwe’s government has announced that it has awarded and signed the contract for the supply of the fingerprint biometric identity solution with American company, Ipsidy. The de-duplication hardware and software solution to be supplied by Ipsidy will include an Automated Fingerprint Identification System (“AFIS”) which will be used in Zimbabwe’s upcoming 2018 general elections. Ipsidy was selected following an international tender to provide de-duplication, adjudication, and voter roll publication services. The contract was awarded and signed by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC). “We are very pleased to have been selected by the ZEC to provide this critical solution, ahead of all…

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