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Indus App Bazaar claims to cross 100 million-users mark

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Indus App Bazaar, India’s app store by Indus OS claims to have has crossed 100 million users milestone. The app store aims to help users discover new and trending apps.
The key features of Indus App Bazaar are said to be no mandatory sign-in, availability of apps in multiple languages and personalization of content and apps. As per the company, the highest number of users on the app store are from the states of Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh followed by Gujarat, West Bengal, Karnataka, and others. Among cities, Hyderabad has the highest number of users on Indus App Bazaar followed by Mumbai, Thane, Mumbai Sub, Kolkata, Pune, Chennai, and Bangalore.
“Gaming emerged as the highest downloaded app category since the pandemic, followed by entertainment, social media, education, ecommerce, and finance. Finance and e-commerce apps witnessed a significant rise in downloads since March, with people preferring to shop and transact from the safety of their homes. Online games, a fast-growing app segment in India, have seen a further increase in the number of downloads on Indus App Bazaar (up by 15-25%) and the average time spent on the apps by users since March this year. Games involving real or virtual money have been particularly popular, recording 50-200% increase in their month-on-month user base,” said the company in a statement.

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