An application can be searched based on a key word. Search can also be performed on the basis of sectors, application type, Government, Private etc.
Published applications can be sorted based on different criterion like Sector, order (Ascending and Descending), Title, Popularity, Rating, Last Updated, Most Recent, Web based, Mobile App, Component, Web-service, Government and Private by putting appropriate filter in the panel above.
Click on the APPS tab in the menu bar on Home page. Portal will list all the published applications in the eGov AppStore. The panel above provides link to sort and filter the applications. The extreme left hand side box shows “Search for Apps” box. By default, there will be no filter applied and all the published applications will be shown in the order of ‘Most Viewed’ first and so on.
The e-Gov AppStore has been designed, developed and hosted by National Informatics Centre under the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY), Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India.
The eGov Apps Portal is based on the Open Government Platform (OGPL), includes the function of searchable catalogs that provide access to applications/ products, Searchable by state, ministry, Keyword, application type.Once in the catalog, click on the "Title" (i.e. the name of the application/product of interest) and you will be taken to a page with more details and metadata on that specific item.If there are additional applications/products that you would like to see included on this site, please suggest more apps here.
With the vision of accelerating delivery of e-services as envisaged under NeGP and optimizing ICT spending of the government, the Government of India has launched the initiative of establishing the e-Gov AppStore. The e-Gov AppStore is a national level common repository of customizable and configurable applications, components and web services that can be re-used by various government agencies/departments at Centre and States, which will include the setting up of a common platform to host and run applications (developed by government agencies or private players) at National Clouds.