India’s e-commerce industry is growing. With the addition of 40 million new online customers, India’s e-commerce industry is expected to generate $55 billion in sales by 2021. Broadband internet and the rapid proliferation of mobile phones are accelerating this trend.

Flipkart, for example, has already surpassed a billion-dollar value. If you have a product to sell, now is perhaps the ideal moment to do it online.

Here are the top 5 selling apps you should consider for selling. 

Facebook Marketplace

Facebook is available in more than 70 countries, with over 1.5 billion users. You have the option of keeping the transaction local and arranging for delivery or pickup as well as payment. If you need to ship the item, Facebook will supply the shipping label and charge you a 5% commission. Messenger is used to pay for a Facebook Marketplace sale. Sellers can pay to promote a listing as an ad in order to help it sell faster.


eBay was founded in 1995 and now has over 182 million members globally. Users can sell items at a fixed price or in a 1, 3, 5, 7 or 10 day auction. While some eBay sellers can ship their products to another city, state, or country, others can advertise items locally for local customers. Local selling is great for large, expensive-to-ship products. Payment can be made by PayPal, credit card, or debit card. Although eBay is best known for selling large-ticket products, you may also discover smaller items on the site.


Amazon was founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos with the goal of delivering convenience to its customers through easy delivery services. 

You may sell a variety of items, including fashion, electronics & accessories, appliances, home & kitchen, mobile & tablets, and so on. To become an Amazon seller, you must first register and create an Amazon account, which requires a PAN card, bank account, business permission to add private labels, GST information (which are required if you are selling taxable items) and a business address.


Flipkart is another fantastic online shopping platform where you may start your business. Flipkart’s narrative appears to be identical to Amazon’s. Both of these firms began their operations by selling books.

Flipkart is a Bangalore-based business founded by Sachin Bansal and Benny Bansal in 2007.

You may sell a variety of items, including fashion, electronics & accessories, appliances, home & kitchen, mobile & tablets, and so on. To sell on Flipkart, you’ll need some PAN cards and various other documents. Flipkart provides free registrations, with further discounts based entirely on your goods. It might range anywhere from 5% to 25%.


Small companies and physical establishments may use this software to move their sales online via social media platforms. Vidit Aatrey and Sanjeev Barnwal, both IIT Delhi grads, founded the company in 2015. The firm flourished and became the first Indian start-up to be financed by Facebook by catering to the demands of Indian clients. You can sell any fashion, lifestyle, or handicraft item explicitly. There is a one-step registration procedure in which you must give information about your company, your PAN, GSTN, and Aadhaar card.

If you’re not sure which one to choose, read up on each one and see which one best suits your needs. NDHGO is the platform for you if you want to create your own online store for free. Visit to set up your own online store in a matter of seconds.