In its response, Google said third-party data is not shared with Google’s first-party app developers to unfairly advantage them.
People who have already installed the apps on devices can still use them, but updates will no longer be provided through the App Store, according to Apple and VK.
The litigation comes as part of an ongoing battle by Match, Epic Games and others to force Google parent Alphabet and iPhone maker Apple to loosen their grips on their respective app stores.
The list of top five non-game apps includes Tinder followed by Netflix, Tencent Video, iQIYI and YouTube respectively.
App Store, that will turn 10 on July 10, now sees 500 million weekly visitors and hundreds of stories on the "Today" tab that have been read by more than 1 million people.