List of mobile software distribution platforms

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This list of digital distribution platforms for mobile devices includes digital distribution platforms that are intended to provide mobile software to mobile devices. For information on each mobile platform and its market share see the operating systems section of mobile operating system and smart phone. For a comparison of development capabilities of each mobile platform can be found in the article mobile development. For cross-platform development see multiple phone web-based application framework. The article mobile software contains other general information.

Operating system-native platforms[edit]

These application market places are native to the major mobile operating systems.

Name Established Status Owner Available apps Download count Installed base Device platform Allows individual developers to publish Developer's cut per sale Developer fees Development tool(s) Free of charge IDE?
Amazon Appstore 22 March 2011 Live Amazon.com 250,908
(July 2014)[1]
Unknown Unknown Fire OS, Android Yes 70% US$99/year
(Waive fee for first year, plus $50 AWS promo code[2])
Amazon Mobile App SDK[3] Yes
App Catalog 6 June 2009 Live Palm/HP 10,002
(December 2011)[4]
108 million
(August 2011)[5]
2.6 million
(July 2010)[6]
webOS[l 1] Yes 70%[7] Free[7] Mojo SDK Yes
App Store 10 July 2008 Live Apple 1,000,000
(22 October 2013)[8]
50 billion
(Mar 2013)[8]
500 million
[citation needed]
iOS[l 2] Yes 56-71% (varies depending on the developer's country)[9] US$99/year[10] iOS SDK, Xcode Yes (Xcode 4 is free on the Mac App Store and Apple Developer.)
BlackBerry World 1 April 2009 Live BlackBerry 223,601
(26 October 2013) BlackBerry OS, PlayBook and BlackBerry 10 apps[11]
billion
(May 2012)[12]
75 million
(Jan 2012)[13]
BlackBerry OS, BlackBerry Tablet OS, BlackBerry 10 OS[l 3] Yes 70%[14] Free[15] 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 Fun/Download Catalog 1 October 2002 Closed[16] Danger, Inc./Microsoft Unknown Unknown Unknown Danger OS Yes 40% Free Danger OS SDK[17] Yes
Google Play 22 October 2008 Live Google 1,000,000
(24 July 2013)[18]
50 billion
(July 2013)[19]
500 million
(June 2012)[20]
Android[l 4] Yes 70% US$25[21] Android SDK, Android Studio Yes
Hispace 2014 Live Huawei Unknown Unknown Unknown Android Yes Unknown Unknown Unknown Yes
Jolla Harbour November 2013 Live Jolla Unknown Unknown Unknown Sailfish OS Yes N/A Free[22] Sailfish OS SDK Yes
Firefox Marketplace 6 September 2013 Live Mozilla Foundation 4,132
(July 2014)[23]
Unknown Unknown Firefox OS, Android, Windows Yes Unknown Unknown Unknown Yes
Nokia Store 26 May 2009 Live Nokia 120,000 (August 2012)[24]
17 million/day (October 2012)[24]

~billion (August 2012)[25]

885 million
[citation needed]
Multiple[l 5]

Symbian, MeeGo, Maemo, S40, Nokia X software platform
Yes 70% 1 [26] Qt 4 SDK,[27] Nokia Web Tools,[28] Nokia SDK for Java, Java ME[29], Nokia X services SDK [30] Yes
Palm Software Store 16 December 2008 Closed[31] Palm 5,000
(December 2008)[32]
Unknown Unknown Multiple[l 6]
Palm OS, Windows Mobile
Yes 60% Unknown Unknown N/A[33]

[34]

Samsung Galaxy Apps 14 September 2009 Live Samsung 13,000 (24 March 2011)[35] 100 million Bada Apps (March 2011), 20 million Samsung Smart TV Apps (25 June 2013)[36] 5 million (March 2011) Multiple[l 7][37]
Android[note 1], bada, Samsung Smart TV
Yes 70%[38] Free Android SDK,Samsung Mobile SDK,[39] Samsung Smart TV SDK,[40] Bada SDK is discontinued Yes
Tizen Store Coming soon Coming soon Linux Foundation, Tizen Association, Samsung, Intel Unknown Unknown Unknown Tizen Yes[41] Unknown Unknown Tizen SDK Yes
Ubuntu apps directory 2012 Live Canonical Ltd. Unknown Unknown Unknown Ubuntu Yes Unknown Unknown Unknown Yes
Wakti 2014 Live Huawei Unknown Unknown Unknown Android Yes Unknown Unknown Unknown Yes
Windows Phone Store 21 October 2010 Live Microsoft 300,000+
(August 2014)

[42]


billion
(February 2014)[43] (12 million per day,65 per person)
56 million
(December 2013)[44][45][46][47][48]
Windows Phone[l 8] Yes 70% US$19 for individuals, or US$99 for companies /year/unlimited paid apps and 100 free apps submissions Or

Free for students [49][50] One Registration fee for both of Windows phone Store and Windows Store.

Windows Phone Developer Tools, includes specialty versions of Microsoft Visual Studio, Expression Blend Yes
Windows Store 26 October 2012 Live Microsoft 150,000
(21 March 2014)

[51][52]
Windows Desktop and
Windows Runtime (Windows 8/RT)/ Windows 8.1
Yes with restriction[note 2] 70% that is raised to 80% if developer sales exceeds US$25,000 in a year Individuals: US$19/year or US$0/year for student, Companies:US$99/year . One Registration fee for both of Windows phone Store and Windows Store. Visual Studio 2012 Express for Windows 8 or Visual Studio 2012 professional or higher. Visual Studio 2013 Express for Windows 8.1 or Visual Studio 2013 Professional or higher. Yes
Notes
  1. ^ Only Samsung Smart TV and discontinued Bada platform apps are classified as Native Operating system platform. Android apps in Samsung Apps store should be classified as third-party platform apps as alternative for Google Play.
  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.[53] Microsoft verifies company accounts by contacting the company official, while this is not done for individual accounts.[54]

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, customized user interface, SDK and API (except billing API which is related only to application store).

Name Established Status Organizations Available apps Download count Install base Device platform Developer's cut per sale Developer fees Developer Console Development platform(s)
Apinik November 2013 Live HGS Ltd. 8,000
(June 2014)
156,000
(June 2014)
50,000
(June 2014)
Android 70% Free Yes Android SDK
Appland January 2011 Live Appland 100,000 Unknown White labeled and co-branded app stores for: STC, Telia, 3, etc. Multiple
Android, BlackBerry OS, iOS, Java, Symbian, Windows Mobile
70% Free Unknown Unknown
Android Application Online March 2010 Live AndAppOnline 4,000
(December 2012)
Unknown Unknown Android[l 4] 85% Free Unknown Android SDK
Aptoide October 2010 Live Aptoide 100,000
(Mar 2013)
300 million
(Mar 2013)
10.5 million
(Jan 2013)
Android up to 87.5% Free Unknown Android SDK, Java ME
AndroidPIT App Center October 2010 Live Fonpit AG 6,100 10 million Unknown Android[l 4] 70% Free Unknown Android SDK
App Center January 2011 Live Symantec Unknown Unknown Unknown Multiple
Android, iOS, Windows Phone
100% Free Unknown Android SDK, Apple Xcode/iOS SDK
Appitalism 2010 Live Appitalism, Mobile Streams, Simon Buckingham 719,000 3 million
(April 2011)[55]
Unknown Multiple[l 9]
Android, BlackBerry OS, iOS, Java, Palm OS, Symbian, Windows Mobile
Unknown Free[56] Unknown Android SDK, Java ME
AppList January 2014 [1] AppList Unknown Unknown Unknown Symbian Unknown Free Unknown Symbian SDK
AppsLib August 2009 Live AppsLib, Archos 38,771
(8 December 2012)
Unknown Unknown Android 70% Free Unknown Symbian SDK
BBbundle March 2012 Live BBbundle Unknown Unknown Unknown BlackBerry OS[l 9] Unknown Free Unknown Unknown
BloomWorlds July 2010 Private Beta BloomWorlds Unknown Unknown Unknown Android[l 4] varies US$99/year Unknown Android SDK
CeBeans October 2000 Live Vincent Collura 10,201
(10 August 2014)
Unknown Unknown Windows Mobile varies Free Unknown Unknown
Cellmania June 1999 Live General Software 200,000
(April 2011)[57]
Unknown Unknown Multiple
Android, BlackBerry OS, Flash Lite, iOS, Java, Symbian, Windows Mobile
varies according to operator deployment Free Unknown Unknown
FastApp 2009 Live FastApp 441,904 Unknown Unknown Multiple
Android, BlackBerry OS, iOS, Nokia OS
varies according to operator deployment Free Unknown Unknown
FLYPP 2008 Live FLYPP 200,000 Unknown Unknown Multiple
Android, BlackBerry OS, iOS, Nokia OS
varies according to operator deployment Free Unknown Unknown
FuckedApps June 2011 Live FuckedApps 157 1.5 million Unknown Multiple
Android, iOS
All apps are free to download; some offer premium paid features which are charged directly by the developer Free Unknown Android SDK[citation needed]
GetJar 2004 Live GetJar, Accel Partners 257,000
(September 2011)[58]
billion
(September 2011)[58]
Unknown Multiple[59]
Android, BlackBerry OS, Flash Lite, iOS, Java, Palm OS, Symbian, Windows Mobile
N/A Free[59] Unknown Unknown
Handango 2000 Closed PocketGear 190,000[60] Yes Unknown Multiple[l 10]
Android, BlackBerry OS, Palm OS, PSP, Symbian, Windows Mobile
≈42% Free N/A
Handmark 2000 Live Handmark Unknown Unknown Unknown Multiple[l 9]
Android, BlackBerry OS, iOS, Java, Palm OS, Symbian, Windows Mobile
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Ibtikarati Appstore February 2012 Live Mesh Venture Ltd. Unknown Unknown Unknown iOS Apple N/A Free Unknown Unknown
Indiroid August 2011 Live Basari Mobile 170,000
(29 December 2011)
Unknown Unknown Android[l 4] ≈50% Free Unknown Android SDK
MobileRated 2006 Live Kalador Entertainment 55,000
(December 2010)[61]
300 million
(December 2010)[61]
Unknown Multiple[61]
Android, BlackBerry OS, Java
N/A Free[56] Unknown Android SDK, Java ME
Mobango Unknown Live Mobango Unknown Unknown Unknown Multiple[l 9]
Android, BlackBerry OS, iOS, Java, Palm OS, Symbian, Windows Mobile
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
Mobgets 2008 Live Mobgets Unknown Unknown Unknown Multiple[l 9]
Android, BlackBerry OS, iOS, Java, Palm OS, Symbian, Windows Mobile
≈70% - 90% Free Unknown Unknown
Mobiles24 2006 Live Mobiles24 35,000 150 million Unknown Multiple
Android, BlackBerry 10, Java, Symbian
N/A Free Unknown Android SDK, Java ME
neXva Unknown Live neXva Unknown Unknown Unknown Multiple[l 9]
Android, BlackBerry OS, iOS, Java, Palm OS, Symbian, webOS, Windows Mobile
70-85% Free Unknown Unknown
explorePDA.com 2004 Live explorePDA 1,500 10 million
(May 2010)[62]
120 million
(May 2010)[62]
Multiple[l 11]
Android, BlackBerry OS, Java, Palm OS, Symbian, webOS, Windows Mobile
75% Free[62] Unknown Java ME, S60
LG Application Store 13 July 2009 Live LG 1,400
(July 2009)[63]
Unknown Unknown Windows Mobile[l 12] Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
MiKandi 29 November 2009 Live MiKandi Unknown Unknown 80,000
(December 2009)[64]
Android[65] Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
MobiHand 2004[66] Bankrupt
MobiHand, Inc. 5,000
(3 June 2009)[67]
Unknown Unknown Multiple
BlackBerry, Palm, Symbian, Windows Mobile and Android[67]
60-80% Free Unknown Unknown
Mobile2Day 1999 Live PocketGear 140,000 Yes Unknown Multiple
Symbian OS, Palm OS, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, Android, JavaME. webOS
60% Free Unknown N/A
Opera Mobile Store March 2011 Live Opera Software 200,000
(January 2014)[68]
700,000 per day
(March 2011)[69]
Unknown Multiple[70]
Android, Java, Symbian, BlackBerry OS, Windows Mobile, iOS
70% — Android, Symbian, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile; 50% — Java[71] Free[71] Unknown Android SDK, Java ME, S60, BlackBerry SDK, Windows Phone Developer Tools
PocketGear 1999 Closed PocketGear 140,000
(June 2010)[72]
Yes Unknown Multiple
Android, BlackBerry OS, Java, Palm OS, Symbian, Windows Mobile
≈55% Free Unknown N/A
Soc.io Mall June 2011 Live Gigamarket Ltd. 9,120 9,000,000
(Jan 2012)
80,000
(Jan 2012)
Android 80% Free Unknown Android
SlideME April 2008 Live SlideME 21,850
(18 March 2014)
Unknown Unknown Android[l 4] 80-98% (varies depending on buyer payment method) Free Unknown Android SDK
SmartAppFinder October 2010 Live SmartAppFinder 12,000
(Jan 2012)
Unknown Unknown Android 70% Free Unknown Android SDK
Nduoa Market May 2010 Live Ndoo Inc. 9,000
(31 March 2011)
Unknown Unknown Android[l 4] 70% Free Unknown Android SDK
Software Store (Sprint) 2006 Live Sprint Nextel, Handmark Unknown Unknown Unknown Multiple
BlackBerry OS, Palm OS, Windows Mobile
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
VZAppZone
Get It Now
Unknown Live Verizon Wireless, Intertek Unknown Unknown 86.6 million
(April 2009)[73]
Multiple[l 13]
BlackBerry OS, BREW, Windows Mobile
Varies US$750/app per update; 1st platform included, then US$150/platform[74] Unknown Unknown
AdultAppMart 2011 Live AdultAppMart 1,000
(December 2012)[75]
Unknown Unknown Android[76] Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
F-Droid 2010 Live F-Droid Limited 1,878[77] 13,611,571[78] Unknown Android Unknown Free Unknown Android SDK
Mobogenie 2007[79] [2] Changyou.com 929,431 [80] Unknown 50,000,000[81] Multiple
Android, Windows
Unknown Free No Android SDK
Yandex.Store 2012 Live Yandex 100,000+ Unknown Unknown Multiple
Android, Sailfish OS
70% Unknown Yes Android SDK, Sailfish OS SDK

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