India requires Google Play Store to host third-party app stores

India’s antitrust regulator last year fined Google over its control of the Android platform, while also requiring a series of changes to the Google Play Store, including allowing hosting of third-party app stores. India’s Supreme Court this week rejected Google’s proposal to block the series of requirements from taking effect, citing the requirements as harming consumers and hindering the development of the Android platform. The Supreme Court’s ruling means that Google needs to develop relevant measures to comply with the request within seven days.

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