Facebook App Center expands to Brazil, Europe, Taiwan

The social network rolls out to another set of countries today.

Facebook App Center

Facebook expanded its App Center access to more countries today, adding Brazil, France, Germany, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, and Turkey to its list.

The additions are part of Facebook's plans to increase the center's global reach, as 80 percent of the social network's users live outside of the U.S. and Canada.

In addition to getting access to apps, users will now see suggested apps tailored to them based on location. These include apps like the BBC Sport for those in the UK, Deezer for France, Terra for Brazil, and EyEm for Germany, according to Facebook.

The company started accepting submissions for translated app detail pages earlier this month.

This new set of countries builds on the company's expansion earlier this month , when Facebook's App Center became available for several other foreign countries, including India, South Africa, and the U.K.

 

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