The Apple App Store has a feature for third-party developers that can limit the number of countries that can download the publisher’s application. Apple uses the downloader’s Apple ID and the country’s App Store to determine who can download what application or game from the online store. To remove the limitation, one can easily change the country that they are located in Via their Apple ID.
How To Download Apps From Any Country’s Apple App Store :
Step 1 :
Turn on the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, and open settings. Scroll down to the ‘iTunes and App Store’ category and find, “Apple ID : email”. Tap it, and select ‘View Apple ID’ from the pop-up. Enter the account’s password (if not already logged in) and an overlay should appear.
Step 2 :
From the overlay, search for country/region. Tap it and select another country. It is important to select a well known country like the United States that will most likely have the application available. One of the main reasons third-party developers limit the amount of countries that can download their app is due to piracy. Therefore, countries that are not well known may have fit into the category of being neglected.
Step 3 :
Close settings and open the App Store. Find the application that was not available and download it. It is important to note that the user will only be allowed to download and install free applications on their device. As the user’s credit card will be associated with the country that they received it from, it will not work with a different country’s App Store, therefore, the user will be unable to purchase applications.
Important : It is against Apple’s terms and conditions for someone to use the App Store from outside of the country that they are currently located in. Apple might be able to track the user with their IP address to discover anyone that breaks this agreement. Therefore, it is recommended to create another Apple ID to download applications that are not available in one App Store.
The iTunes Service is available to you only in the United States, its territories, and possessions. You agree not to use or attempt to use the iTunes Service from outside these locations. Apple may use technologies to verify your compliance.
Terms source: Apple Terms and Conditions.