Delhi: Paytm launched its Android Mini App Store, similar to Google’s Playstore, in the midst of the ongoing argument between Google and Paytm.
In a statement released on Monday, Paytm said that, it has launched Android Mini App Store for Indian developers who build apps.
They further told that, they will not charge any fee for listing or distributing mini apps within the app. At the same time, for the payment, the app will provide the option of using Paytm Wallet, Paytm Payments Bank, UPI, ie, banking and cards.
The company said that more than 300 app-based services companies have already joined the event like Ola, Park-Plus, Rapido, Netmeds, 1 MG, Domino’s Pizza, Freshmenu, Nobroker, etc.
At the same, Paytm founder and CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma said that I am proud that every Indian app developer will get an opportunity from what we are starting today. The Paytm Mini App Store will give our young Indian app developers the benefit of our access and payment system and will be able to pursue new innovative services.
This step has been taken by Paytm at a time when a few days ago, when Google stopped Paytm for a few hours on the Google Play Store.