The Windows Phone team has published some exciting news for both China and India. With India finally getting some handsets being made available this month (opens in new tab) (the HTC Radar (opens in new tab), Samsung Omnia W (opens in new tab) and Acer Allegro), owners of these devices will be able to purchase and download apps from the Marketplace. Speaking of the Marketplace, improved search has been introduced with developers being able to tie up to five keywords per app or game to increase reach in searches.
China unfortunately still has no Marketplace, but now has App Hub coverage for developers who reside in the country to put their talent to good use with submitting games and apps to the Marketplace. For those who are still awaiting App Hub availability, remember that Microsoft has the Global Publisher Program (opens in new tab) that will be able to help.
Source: Windows Phone Developer Blog (opens in new tab)
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