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The Indus App Store will launch on February 21

After the announcement of the Indus App Store, we believed that it would give tough competition to the Google Play Store. Walmart-owned Phonepe is all set to launch the Indus App Store for all consumers on February 21. Its name suggests that it was created by Indians for the global market.

It was announced last year, in 2023. It has been launched after the tie-up, along with many apps, and it also has the facility to make direct payments. It will not charge any fees on in-app purchases, compared to the 15–30% charge by the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

According to the company, it has onboarded apps like Flipkart,Ixigo, Dominos Pizza,Snapdeal, Jio Mart, and Bajaj Finserv, while last year, the Indus App Store announced the addition of apps from Dream 11, Nazrana Technology, Gamescraft, and Mobile Premier League. Additionally, they include every kind of game’s app as well as shopping and many more things.

The Indus app store allows its apps to be used in 12 languages other than English and also allows the uploading of media and videos in other languages.

This app can also be accessed through a phone number instead of a Gamil account. A lot of care has been taken in terms of privacy and security. To download this app on your phone, you can directly search on Google, fill in your details, and use it.

In the future, this app will support Indian local apps so that these apps can showcase their potential and capabilities in global markets. Indus Appstore is a new Android app distribution platform that is an advanced answer to the huge fees charged by Google and other app developers. Indus Appstore is making a significant impact in the market by not charging any fees, allowing it to establish its presence and offer more affordable chargeable apps. Due to this, even chargeable apps became cheaper.

Indus App Store will launch on February 21

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