List of mobile app distribution platforms

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This list of mobile app distribution platforms includes digital distribution platforms, or marketplace 'app stores', that are intended to provide mobile applications, aka 'apps' to mobile devices. For information on each mobile platform and its market share, see the mobile operating system and smartphone articles. A comparison of development capabilities of each mobile platform can be found in the article mobile app development. For cross-platform development, see mobile development framework. The mobile software article contains other general information.

Mobile app platforms[edit]

Native platforms[edit]

These application marketplaces, or 'app stores' are native to the major mobile operating systems:

app store
name
date
established
status owner available
apps
download
count
installed
base
device
platform
allows
individual
developers
to publish
cut for
developer
per sale
developer
fees
(per
year)
development
tools
(SDK)
free of
charge
IDE?
Amazon
Appstore
for
Android
22 Mar 2011 live Amazon.com,
Inc.
453,706
(Q2 2020)
[1]
unknown unknown Android OS
(customised)
, Android, BlackBerry 10
yes 70% US$99
(waive fee for 1st year, plus $50 AWS promo code) [2]
Amazon
Mobile
App SDK

[3]
yes
Apple
App Store

(iOS / iPadOS)
10 Jul 2008 live Apple Inc. 2,200,000
(Jan 2017)
[4]

(1M iPad apps)
(Mar 2016)
[5]

130 billion
(Jun 2016)
[6]
800 million
(Jun 2014)
[7]
iOS [l 1]
iPadOS
yes 60–70% [8]
originally
56–70%
(varies depending on the country) [9]
US$99
[10]
iOS SDK,
Xcode
yes [11]
(Xcode 6 is free on Mac App Store and Apple Developer)
BlackBerry World 1 Apr 2009 live [12][13]
with payment features removed [14][15]
BlackBerry
Limited

(formerly
Research
In Motion)
223,601
(26 Oct 2013)
BlackBerry OS, PlayBook, and BlackBerry 10 apps
[16]
3 billion
(May 2012)
[17]
75 million
(Jan 2012)
[18]
BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry Tablet OS, BlackBerry 10 OS [l 2] closed
for new app
submission
70%
[19]
free
[20]
BlackBerry 10 native SDK (with full POSIX and Qt support), HTML5 Qt4 SDK, Android (via BlackBerry Android Tools SDK), Adobe AIR SDK, BlackBerry OS SDK yes
Download Catalog 1 Oct 2002 closed [21] Danger, Inc. / Microsoft unknown unknown unknown Danger OS yes 40% free Danger OS SDK [22] yes
Firefox
Marketplace
6 Sep 2013 closed [23] Mozilla
Foundation
5,957
(Mar 2014) [24]
unknown unknown Firefox OS yes 70%
[25]
unknown unknown yes
Google Play
(formerly
Android
Market)
22 Oct 2008 live Google, LLC 3,500,000
(Dec 2017)
[26][27]
50 billion
(Jul 2013)
[28]
over 2 billion
(May 2017)
[29]
Android
[30]
yes 70% US$25
[31]
Android SDK, Android Studio yes
HP App
Catalog
6 Jun 2009 closed Palm, Inc. / Hewlett-
Packard
10,002
(Dec 2011) [32]
108 million
(Aug 2011)
[33]
2.6 million
(Jul 2010)
[34]
webOS [l 3] yes 70%
[35]
free
[35]
Enyo yes
Huawei
AppGallery
2011
[36]
live Huawei
Technologies
Co., Ltd.
96,000
(Sep 2020)
[37][38]
261 billion
(H1 2020)
[37][38]
700 million
(Jul 2020)
[39]
Android,
Huawei EMUI
yes 100% for first 2 years, then 70%
[39]
free
[39]
Android SDK,
HMS Core,
HMS Toolkit
yes
(Huawei Quick App IDE) [40]
Microsoft
Store

(formerly
Windows Store)
26 Oct 2012 live Microsoft
Corp.
669,000+
(Sep 2015)
unknown 410 million
Windows PC devices
(Nov 2015)
[41]
93 million
smartphones
[note 1] (Sep 2015)
[42][43][44][45]
[46][47][48][49]
Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone yes,
with
restriction [note 2]
70% - raised to 80% if developer sales exceeds US$25,000 in a year individuals: US$19, or free for student; companies: US$99.
One registration fee for both Windows Phone Store and Windows Store.
Visual Studio 2013 or higher for Windows 8.1.
Visual Studio 2015 or higher for Universal Apps.
Windows App Studio
yes
Nokia
Download!
2006 replaced
with the
Ovi Store
Nokia
Oyj
unknown unknown unknown Symbian (S60),
Series 40
unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown
Nokia
Store

(formerly
Ovi Store)
26 May 2009 closed,
replaced
with the
Opera Mobile Store [52]
Nokia
Oyj
120,000
(Aug 2012)
[53]
17 million/day
(Oct 2012)
[53]
~6 billion
(Aug 2012)
[54]
885 million
[citation needed]
multiple [l 4]
Symbian, MeeGo, Maemo, S40, Nokia X software platform
yes 70% 1
[55]
Qt 4 SDK,[56] Nokia Web Tools,[57] Nokia SDK for Java, Java ME,[58] Nokia X services SDK[59] yes
OpenStore
for
Ubuntu
Touch
Sep 2014
[60]
live UBports
(a democracy)
many
most Linux software applications will run on Ubuntu Touch
unknown unknown open-source mobile phones yes
(anything packaged in the Ubuntu package database should run)
N/A free Linux yes
PureOS
Software
Center
Nov 2017 ?
[citation needed]
live Purism

supported by The Debian Project
(a democracy)
quite many [61]
most Linux software applications will run on PureOS
unknown unknown open-source mobile phones yes
(anything packaged in the Debian package database should run)[61]
0 free Linux yes
Samsung Galaxy Store
(formerly
Samsung
Galaxy Apps)
Sep 2009 live Samsung
Electronics
unknown unknown over 1 billion
(Oct 2020)

[62]
Android,
Tizen,
Windows
Mobile
,
Bada
unknown unknown unknown unknown unknown
Snap Store 9 Dec 2014
[63]
live Canonical
Limited
unknown unknown unknown Linux
distributions
yes N/A free Snapcraft unknown
Ubuntu
Software
Centre

aka
Ubuntu
App Store
17 Oct 2013 closed,
replaced by Snap Store
Canonical
Limited
2,650+
(Dec 2015, incl. web apps & scopes)
[64]
unknown unknown Ubuntu Touch yes N/A free Ubuntu SDK yes
Windows
Phone
Store

(formerly
Windows
Phone
Marketplace)
21 Oct 2010 closed,
merged
with the
Windows Store [65]
Microsoft
Corp.
400,000+
(Mar 2015)

[66]
9 billion
(Mar 2015)
[66]
(105 per device)
100 million
(Jun 2015)
[42][43][44][46]
[67][68][69]
Windows Phone [l 5] yes 70% individuals: US$19, or free for student; companies: US$99 / unlimited paid apps, and 100 free apps submissions.[70][71]
One registration fee for both Windows Phone Store and Windows Store.
Windows Phone Developer Tools, includes specialty versions of Microsoft Visual Studio, Expression Blend yes
app store
name
date
established
status owner available
apps
download
count
installed
base
device
platform
allows
individual
developers
to publish
cut for
developer
per sale
developer
fees
(per
year)
development
tools
(SDK)
free of
charge
IDE?
Notes
  1. ^ Including Windows Phone 8.0, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 10 Mobile. Excluding Windows Phone 7, because although it is still live, so is no longer supported and never be able to take advantage of all types of applications (e.g. universal apps)
  2. ^ Microsoft classifies developer accounts to individual accounts and company accounts. Individual accounts are restricted from using specific app capabilities and cannot list desktop apps in Windows Store, while company accounts do not have this restriction.[50] Microsoft verifies company accounts by contacting the company official, while this is not done for individual accounts.[51]

Third-party platforms[edit]

Third-party platforms are software distribution platforms which are used as alternatives for operating system native distribution platforms. Independent operating systems are software collections which use their own software distribution, customised user interface (UI), software development kit (SDK) and application programming interface (API) (except billing API which is related only to application store).

app store
platform
name
date
established
status owner available
apps
download
count
install
base
device
platform
cut for
developer
per sale
developer
fees
(per
year)
developer
console
development
platform(s)
(SDK)
Appland 2011 live Appland 130,000
[72]
25 million
(Mar 2016)
5 million
(Mar 2016)
Android and iOS up to 70% free unknown unknown
Aptoide Oct 2010 live Aptoide 1,100,000
(Oct 2020)
17.5 billion
(Oct 2020)
120 million
(Oct 2020)
Android up to 75% free unknown Android SDK, Java ME
Cafe Bazaar Apr 2011 live Hezardastan Technologies 160,000
(May 2019)
[73]
unknown 40 million
(May 2019) [73]
Android up to 70% free unknown unknown
Cydia Feb 2008 live saurik unknown unknown 30 million iOS N/A free unknown iOS SDK, Xcode
F-Droid 29 Sep 2010 live F-Droid
Limited
3,018
[74]
248 million
(Mar 2015) [75]
unknown Android N/A free unknown Android SDK
GetJar 2004 live GetJar,
Accel
Partners
849,036
(Mar 2015)
[76]
3 billion
(Mar 2015)
[77]
200 million users
[76]
multiple [78]
Android, BlackBerry OS, Flash Lite, Java, iOS, Palm OS, Symbian, Windows Phone
N/A free
[78]
unknown unknown
Handango 2000 closed PocketGear 190,000
(MMM 20YY)
[79]
unknown unknown multiple [l 6]
Android, BlackBerry OS, Palm OS, PSP, Symbian, Windows Mobile
≈42% free N/A unknown
Handmark 2000 closed Handmark unknown unknown unknown multiple [l 7]
Android, BlackBerry OS, iOS, Java, Palm OS, Symbian, Windows Mobile
unknown unknown unknown unknown
MiKandi 29 Nov 2009 live MiKandi unknown unknown 80000
(Dec 2009) [80]
Android
[81]
unknown unknown unknown unknown
Opera
Mobile
Store
Mar 2011 live Opera
Software
300,000
(Nov 2014)
[82]
45 million per month
(Dec 2012)
[83]
unknown multiple [84]
Android, Java, Symbian, BlackBerry OS, Windows Mobile, iOS
70%: Android, Symbian, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile; 50%: Java [85] free
[85]
unknown Android SDK, Java ME, S60, BlackBerry SDK, Windows Phone Developer Tools
Pocket
Gear
1999 closed PocketGear 140,000
(Jun 2010)
[86]
unknown unknown multiple
Android, BlackBerry OS, Java, Palm OS, Symbian, Windows Mobile
≈55% free unknown N/A
app store
platform
name
date
established
status owner available
apps
download
count
install
base
device
platform
cut for
developer
per sale
developer
fees
(per
year)
developer
console
development
platform(s)
(SDK)

See also[edit]

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