This day has been a long time coming, and here it finally is: Google has announced that the Chrome Web Store is now available world-wide, and that developers can utilize “literally one line of code” to add in-app purchases to any web app online.
Available in 41 different languages, only free apps will be available to those outside of current markets to begin with, but eventually the limitation will be lifted.
So what does this mean for Google? It means that all of their 160 million users, responsible for 17 million app installs, will finally have access to the Chrome Web Store. It means that, theoretically, the Web Store is going to grow immensely, very quickly.
How about it readers, do you use the Google Chrome Web Store?