NEW DELHI: As per the analysis report released by SimilarWeb, a London based IT company, the Indian mobile commerce is chiefly dominated by the e-tailing company Flipkart. According to the December 2015 data released by SimilarWeb, e-commerce firm Flipkart has 47% of share of visits among the major Android shopping apps in India.
India’s largest online-fashion company, Myntra occupies the second place in the list with over 16% share of visits followed by Amazon (15.86%) and Snapdeal with 13.84%. Myntra is also owned by the India’s largest e-commerce firm Flipkart.
On the other hand, Flipkart also leads the race in terms of total app installs. Flipkart and Myntra has a combined app install base of 47% of the Android smartphones in India, with Flipkart alone accounting for 37% of the install base.
SimilarWeb said that the other contestants Snapdeal and Amazon have a relatively less install base, when compared to Flipkart. As per the statement released by the company, both Amazon and Snapdeal shares an install base of 18% each.
Android smartphones accounts for 80% of the smartphones in the sub-continent and the latest report describes the consistency of Flipkart in the Indian mobile-commerce.