RuStore, another mobile app store for Android devices, has been announced. The beta version will be available on May 25. At the start of the beta version, more than 100 apps will be available.
Among them, applications of Russian banks banned on Google Play. VK is developing the marketplace.
And as noted by the Ministry of Finance, the development and operation of the store are carried out without using budget funds. As Interfax reports with reference to the head of VK Vladimir Kirienko, in the summer, RuStore will add application ratings, push notifications and linking payment systems.
RuStore will be moderated in order to ensure “security and legality of applications”. It is also reported that all developers will have open and equal access to hosting applications in Rustore.
This is the third mobile app store for Android devices. Digital Platforms has released a Russian analogue of Google Play, which is called NashStore.
Also in mid-April, Anatoly Smorgonsky, the head of the Russian division of Gett, presented the mobile RuMarket. More on CCeit Almost 50% of DDoS attacks on the NashStore marketplace were from the United States Russian Google branch filed a bankruptcy petition with the court Belarusians will also not be able to download and update paid applications on Google Play.