The Google Play Store is great, and we all recognize its power on the market. But if you’re looking for an alternative, we got your back. Here are the best 5 alternatives of the Google Play Store out there right now.
The design of Aptoid goes just well with the standards of Google, and the experience is just as good as the one that comes with the Play Store.
Aptoide is an open-source Android app store that has more than 700,000 apps. Its collection has more than 3 billion downloads. You should also know that it had been used by over 150 million users all around the globe since its launch back In 2009.
There are many versions to keep in mind when trying Aptoid. There’s Aptoide for smartphones and tablets, Aptoide TV that comes with a smart TV and Set-top Boxes, and Aptoide VR and Aptoide Kids for children’s devices.
You can download APKs to your device and then install them. It’s the safest thing you can get out there, and it’s the best one to use as an alternative for the Google Play Store.
This one lets you download a lot of free Android APKs. There are no paid apps here. But this one does not have a dedicated Android app. So you will need to visit the website for downloads.
The apps that are available on this alternative do not have viruses, and they are safe to download. On the homepage, the apps are placed in chronological order, and there are also popularity charts that are based on a 24-hour, weekly, or monthly basis. You also have a search bar.
The user interface of this one is excellent on a desktop, but if you want to access it through your smartphone, then you might have a problem – it is quite annoying. It’s a bit difficult to find the download button for the APK files. But everything should go alright besides that.
If you want an app store in which you get premium apps for free, then this one is the one you need. Developers give you paid apps for free for a limited time on this store. The app also allows you to get access to extensive details of apps, and you will not find them in any other place. All of the apps found here are also found on the Google Play Store. AppBrain comes with an app and a website, and both are easy to use.
Keep in mind that if you don’t have an account, every time you want to download an app, you’ll be redirected to the Play Store.
This one comes with a large user base, it comes with support for multiple languages, and it shows the same apps that are found in the Play Store. We believe this one is more organized. You can download apps, videos, images, audio files on your computer and then transfer them to your phone or tablet. You can also back up your device.
Mobogenie has an intelligent engine that analyzes your preferences and makes credible suggestions. The interface is easy to use, and you don’t need to have an account.
This one is also known as the Amazon Underground, and it’s one of the best alternatives to the Play Store to download paid apps for free. This one has about 334,000 different varieties of amazing apps, both free and paid. It is also the default marketplace for Amazon’s Android Fire line.
The amazing thing about this store is that has the “free app of the day” feature. Every day you get a premium app for free. Those of you who check back every day will get a popular app without paying money.
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