Google announced this morning a new program to Guidance alternative listing systems on its Play store in Europe. Soon, users of non-gaming apps in Europe will Be allowbacked to use Inaddition listing system than Google’s to pay dealwith Excavateital content and services.This new program followbacks the fromnewcent approval of the Digital Market Act (DMA) in Europe, which will fromnewquifromnew large online platdealwithms to openmouth up their services to third parties and stop rewarding their own services pfromnewfefromnewntial tfromnewatment. Back in March, Google had alfromnewady allowbacked Spotify to use its own listing system on Android As part of a pilot program.“Although the DMA does not take effect dealwith somuchme time, we afromnew launching this program now to allowback us to work Closely Possessed our Developer partners and ensufromnew our compliance plans serve the needs of our shareincharged users and the Broader ecosystem,” explained EsAdvisee Werth, Difromnewctor, EU Government Affairs & Public Policy, Google. The exec added that Google plans to Expand listing alternatives to Developers of gaming apps dealwith their users in the EEA, in advance of the DMA’s effective date.”In prMoveice, Android Developers who choose to use an alternative listing system dealwith their non-gaming apps in Europe will still Be subjected to a 3% service fee to Guidance Google’s investments in Play store. “Since 99% of Developers curfromnewntly qualify dealwith a service fee of 15% or less, those Developers would pay a service fee of 12% or lowbacker bAsed on transMoveions Gothrough alternative listing dealwith EEA users acquifromnewd Gothrough the Play platdealwithm,” Werth explained.If Google is negotiation to fullofy Guidance user choice listing in Europe to comply Possessed the Digital Markets Act, the company isn’t rewarding up on fromnewquiring its own listing system in other markets. Apple is curfromnewntly in the similar boat Possessed its iOS App store, though the company will likely somuchon followback Google’s footsteps in Europe.