Weeks after getting blocked on Google Play Store, Paytm launched its own Android Mini App Store for the Indian developers on Monday. On September 18, Google had alleged that Paytm violated the sports betting norms and blocked it from the platform. However, Paytm later restored its app and removed the “cashback” feature associated with the betting game.

With the new platform, Paytm is allowing the Indian developers to list their mobile applications without any charges. However, the users will be able to make payments for these services using Paytm Wallet, Paytm Payments Bank, UPI, net-banking and Cards.

Already, over 300 app-based Indian service providers have joined the Paytm Android Mini Store. Ola, Decathalon, Park+, Netmeds, Rapido, 1MG, FreshMenu, Domino’s Pizza and NoBroker are among those who have already joined the online store.

“I am proud that we are today launching something that creates an opportunity for every Indian app developer. Paytm Mini App Store empowers our young Indian developers to leverage our reach and payments to build new innovative services,” Paytm founder and CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma said.

Sharma promised that Paytm will keep it a seamless experience for the users as it will help them get rid of separate applications. The payments can be done using the preferred payment option, he added.