APP STORE DIRECTORY

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  • 1mobile

    1Mobile is an Android app store, currently supplying over 1.6 million apps and games.

  • Airtel Africa

    Airtel Africa has operations in Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Kenya, Malawi, Madagascar, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Seychelles, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.

  • Airtel India

    Bharti Airtel Limited is a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa. Headquartered in New Delhi, India

  • Amazon Appstore

    The Amazon App Store serves more than 230 territories. It supports the Android operating system and is preinstalled on its own devices.

  • Appbloo Market

    The AppBloo Market app store is an alternative way to browse the large and growing number of free apps and games on Android.

  • Apple App Store

    The Apple App Store currently has over 2.2 Million apps available, and since its launch, over 130 Billion apps have been downloaded.

  • Aptoide

    Aptoide is a marketplace of third-party app stores with over 200,000 individual stores. It has over 150 million users, 5 billion downloads and more than 725,000 apps.

  • Axis Indonesia

    AXIS Telekom Indonesia provides global mobile communication solutions. It does not have its own web app store but developers apps are automatically distributed.

  • Bemobi Mobile Store

    Bemobi is an app store with over 100 million monthly unique users globally. It offers over 300,000 applications.

  • Celcom

    Celcom Axiata Berhad, DBA Celcom, is the oldest mobile telecommunications provider in Malaysia. Celcom is a member of the Axiata group of companies.

  • CellC South Africa

    Cell C is a South African telecommunication company with a 140% penetration of the mobile services industry. It does not have its own web app store

  • Claro apps

    There is currently a potential market of 600 MILLION cell phones in Latin America. Claro app store distributes Android applications across that region, and worldwide.

  • Dialog

    Dialog was voted as the Internet Service Provider & the Telecom Service Provider of the Year at SLIM-Nielsen People’s Awards 2018 for the 6th & 7th consecutive year respectively.

  • DIGI

    DIGI, part of global telecommunications provider Telenor Group provides 12.3 million Malaysians with internet services. It does not have its own web app store.

  • eCarrot

    eCarrot, is a suite of apps aimed at helping kids get smarter and become more time-responsible with technology. There are free and paid apps which are available on smartphones and tablets.

  • Globe

    Globe Telecom, Inc. is the number one mobile brand in the Philippines. Globe is its online app store and it offers a large catalog of apps and games which are selected.

  • GiveMeApps

    GiveMeApps offers apps for all the major platforms. It has millions of downloads to date and a reputed 6 million visitors a week.

  • Google Play

    Google Play serves 100+ territories globally. It has published over 3.6 million apps and has achieved over 50 Billion downloads.

  • handster

    Handster is an AppStore solution company offering a white label platform and a branded AppStore.

  • Hutchison Tri Indonesia

    Hutchison 3 Indonesia (H3I) is a rapidly growing telecommunications service provider operating in the markets of Indonesia, Vietnam, and Sri Lanka, Australia, Austria, Denmark, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Macau and many more.

  • Idea

    Idea is a pan-India integrated wireless broadband operator offering 2G, 3G and 4G services and is one of the top three mobile operators in India.

  • Indosat Ooredoo

    Indosat Ooredoo is an Indonesian telecommunications provider. It offers a subscription-based Android app store for its mobile-phone customers.

  • Jazz

    Jazz is Pakistan’s leading telecom service provider with in excess of 50 million subscribers. It was formerly known as Mobolink.

  • Life

    The Belarusian operator life :) is part of the Turkcell group of companies - one of the most important players in the European mobile communications market.

  • lifecell

    lifecell is Ukrainian mobile operator with 100% of shares owned by the international leading company Turkcell. LifeCell is the #1 operator for smartphones in Ukraine.

  • MegaFon Store

    MegaFon, previously known as North-West GSM, is the second largest mobile phone operator and the third largest telecom operator in Russia. It does not have its own web app store but developers apps are automatically distributed.

  • MobiFone

    MobiFone Vietnam is the communication way of nearly 50 million subscribers (about 30% of market share). In 2014, MobiFone Corporation’s revenue exceeded 2 billion dollars.

  • MTN

    MTN Group is a South African-based multinational mobile telecommunications company. It recorded over 232 million subscribers across its operations.

  • MTS Store

    MTS provides fixed telephony services, broadband Internet access and digital cable television in more than 200 cities in all federal districts of the Russian Federation.

  • Ncell App Market

    Ncell's App Market offers it's customers a choice of free and premium apps depending on the subscription fee they pay. It supports Android, Symbian, Java, bada and Blackberry.

  • Nextel

    Nextel is a Brazillian 3G operator with national coverage for voice and internet. AT&T aquired Nextel Mexico in 2015.

  • neXva

    NeXva partners with over 20 of the largest mobile operators in the world, which covers more than 150 Million customers.

  • Oi Brazil

    Oi is Brazil’s leading telecommunications service provider, with a fully integrated nationwide presence. Its app store offers a range of games, news and lifestyle apps.

  • One Store

    The One Store has over 18.5M users. It is a unified marketplace between the three largest online stores in South Korea.

  • Orange

    Orange is a French multinational telecommunications corporation with approximately 256 Million customers worldwide. The developer portal is powered by neXva.

  • Orange Egypt

    Orange Egypt formerly Mobinil, is the first mobile network operator in Egypt, founded on March 4, 1998. Orange provides voice and data exchange services.

  • QeLasy Learning Store

    Qelasy App Store offers a large selection of apps which are available for download on the Qelasy educational tablet.

  • Reliance India

    Reliance Games Arcade is a store featuring a collection of more than 300 Android premium games from International and Indian developers.

  • Robi Bangladesh

    Robi Axiata Limited, DBA Robi, is the second largest mobile network operator of Bangladesh. It is a joint venture between Axiata Group Berhad, of Malaysia, Bharti Airtel.

  • Samsung Galaxy Apps

    Samsung Galaxy apps store is one of the world's leading Android app marketplaces. It is pre-installed on most of Samsung Galaxy devices which equates to over 300 million devices.

  • Sony

    Sony’s official app store for phone and tablet, available on iOS and Android operating systems.

  • Tata Docomo

    Tata Docomo Ltd is an Indian mobile network operator, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Teleservices. It is the country's eighth largest operator in terms of subscribers.

  • Telcel Mexico

    Telcel is the leading wireless services provider in Mexico with more than 64.1 million clients and 70% of the Mexican wireless market.

  • Telkomsel Indonesia

    Telkomsel is currently the largest cellular operator in Indonesia, with 178 million customers. Its subscribers can purchase games on Android, Windows and iOS platforms.

  • Telenor Bangladesh

    Telenor, the largest telecommunications company in Norway, owns a 55.8% share of Grameenphone, Grameen Telecom owns 34.2% and the remaining 10% is publicly held.

  • Tigo

    Millicom International Cellular SA is an international telecommunications and media company. It offers a wide range of digital services to more than 63 million customers.

  • TIM (Brasil)

    TIM Brasil is the Brazilian subsidiary of Telecom Italia, an Italian telecommunications company. In the first quarter of 2018, it had over 57.9 million customers.

  • Unitelapps (CABOAPPS)

    CaboApps is the first store specifically for Cabo Verde, giving developers a way to reach users across all operating systems.

  • Viettel App Market

    Viettel AppMarket is a subscription-based app store featuring a selection of apps and games which can be downloaded for one monthly fee. It is available on Android, Symbian, Java.

  • Vinaphone - EA Game

    EA Game is the content portal for mobile phone network VinaPhone. Its mobile game content is Java and Android based and is distributed exclusively on the VinaPhone mobile communications network.

  • Vivo App Store

    Vivo, legally known as Telefônica Brasil, is the largest telecommunications company in Brazil. It offers its customers a subscription-based app store.

  • Vodacom Appstore

    The Vodacom Appstore is accessible on Android, Windows, Java, BlackBerry and iOS. It only shows users apps that are compatible with their phone. It is accessible by Vodacom.

  • Vodafone Games & Apps

    Vodafone India has over 210 million customers on their network. The app store is available for customers to download on to their mobile handset.

  • Windows

    Microsoft Store is the primary digital distribution platform for Microsoft Windows and supports over 650,000 apps.

  • Windows Store

    Windows Store is the primary means of distributing Universal Windows Platform apps. There are almost 700,000 apps available on the Store.

  • XL Axiata Indonesia

    XL Axiata Indonesia is a mobile telecommunications services operator. Its customers have access to an app store subscription club called Gudang App.

  • Y Coinsy

    Y Coins is a Japanese virtual currency that is backed by Softbank. Paid apps on the app store can be purchased using Y Coins virtual currency.

  • Yandex.Store

    The Yandex.Store is the premier store for the Russian market with over 55% of the search market share in Russia. It has over 120,000 apps and is available in 38 languages.

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