The number of apps on the Android Playstore is several million, and the number of apps varies daily as new ones are put in and old apps of lower quality are deleted.
Due to its offer and overcrowding, the Android Playstore has allowed smaller app stores to find their share of the pie. When we use the services of smaller application retailers, we see the advantages, which are:
better visibility of apps in the store can be achieved, Playstore is unavailable in some markets and other stores offer apps, some devices give selective access to the playstore store, niche stores have better target audience concentration, easier optimization in some stores, etc.
The mobile app store is a valuable and large industry, so in addition to Playstore as the largest store for Android applications, there are also smaller stores in the game with better results in placing mobile applications on the market.
The list of the most important Android app stores are: Google Playstore, SlideMe, 1Mobile, CodeNgo, AppBrain, Aptoide, etc.
The company's developers distribute their applications on all possible platforms, and some of them are: Amazon App Store, GetJar, Opera Mobile Store, Appolicious, Appszoom, NexVa, Appland, Kongregate, Itch.io, etc.