Google, in a report, has declared the Android market has spread globally in 131 countries. The list, however, does not include China, Greenland and some war-affected countries.

Google, in the statement at the San Francisco I/O conference, revealed that the count has gone up from 32 countries which supported paid applications last September.

China still remains out of the list which has concerned the Android market as they are losing business from more than a billion customers in the country, which means the Chinese developing team cannot sell Android applications anywhere else unless a foreign publisher is available, Google said.