Mitron, a domestic short form video sharing application, has launched Admiral Apps on Google Play as a platform to find applications made in India for various services and needs. Atmanirbar Apps seems to be taking Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Atmanirbar Bharat initiative forward, providing users with a quick portal for domestic applications. The application provides recommendations based on business, e-learning, news, health, shopping, games, application, entertainment, social and more. As of now, Atmanirbar apps are only available for download on Android devices.
Atmanirber Apps are available for free Google Games. It allows you to explore and discover over 100 Indian applications developed by local developers. It also wants to take the Admiral Pledge to support the Atmanir Bharat initiative initiated by Narendra Modi. The application requires no registration and once downloaded, it instantly blows up recommendations of all Indian applications that a user can download. These include Arokya Sethu, PHIM, Narendra Modi App, GeoTV, Digilocker, Caucasus Scanner and IRCTC Rail Connect.
The list shows the size of the application, the number of Indians who installed it and a brief description of what the particular application does. The download size of Atmanirbar applications is 12MB. Currently, the platform claims to host more than 100 apps and plans to bring in a total of 500 by the end of this year. The site offers a wide range of applications from e-personality, application, agriculture, gaming, entertainment, lifestyle, e-learning and many more. It enables the visibility of lesser known applications such as Atmanirp Kifayat, Crosit, Jain Dela, Home Shoppe, Your Code, Award Stores, Explore AI Keyboard, M.Parivahan and many more.
Clicking the Get Get button next to the recommended app will redirect you to that app’s Google Play list, which you can then download. No plans have yet been announced for the release of Atmanirber Apps on the iOS platform.
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