How To Install Android Apps Outside of Play Store
The official Android app store is just Google Play to meet your demands, the Play Store is flooded with millions of apps to improve usabity of your Android’s smartphone but are you satisfied with just one app store for your Android-powered gadget? It can happen in many situations of your life especially when you love any unofficial app or Google pulled any of your favorite app, there are even many other Android apps markets to come up with your demands.
It’s not too much difficult to install apps outside of Google Play, there are just few settings to customize and you are done with your task, so let’s start discussion. The first thing to do is enable unknown resources, if you are on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or above, you can find them from Setting>Security otherwise go to Setting>Applications. Android apps support “APK” format, many people can run into roadblock here, you just need to get the APK file of your required app and it will done the job for you for sideload. Search the app’s apk on search engine, download it to any where you want, once you have the APK file of your app, transfer it to your Android device, tap on file, select “install” to start installation and you are done.
It’s important to keep in mind that other markets can spread viruses to damage valuable data stored on your mobile phone, so be sure to install a better antivirus app to your phone. You can use the below comment section for queries.