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Google Play Store to face a setback, Made in India App Store about to be launched."


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The monopoly of the app store for Android smartphones is currently held only by Google. Whenever an Android user searches for an app, the first option that comes up is the Google Play Store. However, soon this system is set to change as Google is about to face a significant challenge. This is because a new app store is launching in two days to compete with Google.

    The monopoly of the Google Play Store is now at risk because the digital payment application PhonePe is launching its Made in India app store. PhonePe is set to present the Android-based app store to users on February 21. Central Minister Ashwini Vaishnav will inaugurate PhonePe's Indus App Store.

    It is worth mentioning that, currently, users have only one option for downloading apps for the Android system, which is the Google Play Store. This is why the app store charges developers arbitrary fees. With the introduction of PhonePe's app store, Android users will have an extra option for app downloads.

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    Indus is a Made in India app store designed specifically for Indian users. With the launch of this app store, users will have access to apps from more than 300 developers. PhonePe is also offering exciting offers for developers to join its platform. The company has stated that no fees will be charged to developers for listing apps on the store in the first year. This means that the platform will be entirely free for developers in the first year, and they will not have to pay any fees or commissions.

    Apps will be available in the app store. 

    It is worth mentioning that PhonePe has provided support for a total of 12 languages in the Indus App Store. Android users will find apps in languages such as Hindi, English, Malayalam, Marathi, and Tamil. Even before the launch, many developers have listed their apps on the Indus App Store. Apps such as Flipkart, Ixigo, Domino's Pizza, JioMart, Snapdeal, and Bajaj Finserv are already listed in the store.

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