If you think the development and improvement of Windows Phone Marketplace wasn’t happening, you could be wrong.Already we have seen Windows Phone Marketplace hitting 50,000 unique titles and update to app hub that will enable you to distribute apps and games we could see more. Why ? App Hub now allows you to submit apps for distribution in 6 new markets; Argentina, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Peru and the Philippines. Although you will be able to now select these markets for distribution in App Hub, the Windows Phone Marketplace is not yet available to customers in these markets.
You should be aware that applications submitted to three of these six new markets – China, Indonesia and Malaysia – will be subject to additional requirements due to local laws, regulations or norms but proactive developers may submit their apps now to benefit from early certification(Application Certification Requirements)
As usual, when submitting either an update or a new application in App Hub, you can choose to publish the app “worldwide” to the full set of 41 markets to you can select specific markets. When you select worldwide, the additional requirements of the new markets apply. As a result, if your application fails certification, you will need to either update and resubmit your app to meet all worldwide requirements, or de-select the markets where your application will not meet requirements.
Also included in this release are a number of minor enhancements and bug fixes, including improvements that will streamline the payout process and enhance reporting to provide data like crash counts and exceptions to assist in improving your apps. So the more feedback they receive from developers and the rest the more the better it’s going to be.So if you are one of those Devs who want to cash in with some nice money then this would be the right time to do so.So go ahead code and submit