Does turning off a country also turn off the corresponding store and therefore the corresponding currency? e.g. Canada/
Canada.ca/Canadian Dollars I want to avoid 'collision currencies' but notice in the submission portal that it's not possible to not input a price for a single currency as it's a mandatory field.
Hi, Answer is no. You can turn off a specific store and if your app is given prices according to the country of that store, that would still continue to determine the list price of your app for other stores. As a default setting, Amazon will calculate a marketplace list price for your app based upon the base list price you have already provided for your app. To change the price of your app in a specific marketplace, sign in to the Distribution Portal and go to the My Apps tab. Once there, select the app for which you would like to edit the list price, and click on the Availability and Pricing tab. You can edit list prices by marketplace by checking the box that says Marketplace list prices. That will expose the option to edit the list price for each marketplace.
can you give a more comprehensive explanation of the combinations which are possible, by answering these questions: 1. How do you determined the 'country' of a user 2. What is the relationship between user country and marketplace e.g. if I am from the UK, can I still buy through
amazon.it etc? 3. What is the relationship between user country/marketplace/currency? i.e. how do you determine which currency will be used for a particular in-app subscription purchase? Since the API doesn't offer detailed currency information (e.g. no way to differentiate between USD and CAD), it's important that we understand how our portal configuration will affect the purchase opportunity for users with various setups. thanks.
1. How do we determine the 'country' of a user? 2. What is the relationship between user country and marketplace e.g. if I am from the UK, can I still buy through
amazon.it etc? Ans: Marketplace == .com .uk .de .fr .it .es .br .au .ca .in .jp .cn Country == address to which your account is registered For example, if I live in Guatemala, I could register on .com, which would determine my marketplace (and currency), but my country would still be .gt We need separate accounts for different marketplaces. 3. What is the relationship between user country/marketplace/currency? i.e. how do you determine which currency will be used for a particular in-app subscription purchase? Ans: The currency should be taken from the marketplace where the user is logged in.
It would seem then, that it is only possible to block access for a 'country', rather than a 'marketplace'? As such it is not possible to stop users paying in any marketplace they choose, and therefore each of the market places' respective currencies? Message was edited by: td1010101