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PhonePe launches free app store, ends Google Play Store’s dominance

PhonePe Indus Appstore: An app store Indus has been launched by PhonePe. The PhonePe Indus Appstore has entered into direct competition with Google Play Store.

For some time there was a dispute between Google App Store and app developers regarding the billing system. In such a situation, a free app store has been launched by PhonePe. This means that no money will be taken from the app developers.

Also, PhonePe Indus Appstore will be available for Indian users with local language and service. The services of this app store will be available in 12 Indian languages.

PhonePe Indus Appstore will be a dedicated payment gateway. It has a dedicated customer help team in India.


PhonePe Indus App Store

The most special feature of the PhonePe Indus Appstore is that it does not charge any fees or commission from developers on in-app purchases. Whereas on the other hand, 15-30 percent commission is charged by Google Play Store.


Listing will be completely free

PhonePe is offering free app listing for the first year. After that a nominal annual charge will be taken by PhonePe. This makes it a great option for start-ups and new app launches.


Competition for Google Play Store

According to PhonePe, Indus Appstore can become an alternative to Google Play Store for app developers in India. The company believes that Indus AppStore’s local features and developer support will especially attract start-ups and new app launches.


PhonePe launches new app

Earlier this year, PhonePe launched an e-commerce app, and last month it introduced Share.Market, an app that lets users open trading accounts and invest in stocks, mutual funds and ETFs. gives advice.