Google has recently announced its deep commitment to the growth of India’s app ecosystem by investing in Android and Google Play. Over the past decade, Google has been working towards helping Indian developers create jobs, reach global audiences, grow financially, and go to market faster. The tech giant has emphasized that its success is aligned with the developers’ success, as it only makes money when developers make money.
Google has created a developer-friendly platform that allows developers to distribute their apps to users through various channels. Android devices come with two or more app stores preloaded, and users can install others. Google has further stated that it provides the best platform, tools, and resources to compete in the market and enable developer businesses to thrive. As a result, developers in India and around the world have found Google Play to be a great tool to help them build and grow their businesses.
Secure and Convenient Monetization
Google has built and operates the largest malware scanning system in the world that analyses over 125 billion apps daily to keep consumers safe. It has reached 2.5 billion monthly active users in 190 markets. Google has also monetized its apps and in-app content conveniently and safely in more than 180 global markets. The commerce platform provides easy access to local payments, including UPI and recharge codes, and monetization tools. Google’s investments in Android and Google Play would not be sustainable without its service fee model.
In conclusion, Google’s investment in Android and Google Play has significantly benefited Indian developers. The developer-friendly platform has allowed developers to distribute their apps to users through various channels. The secure and convenient monetization system has helped developers grow financially and reach global audiences. Google’s commitment to India’s app ecosystem has been evident over the past decade, and its success has been aligned with the success of developers.