Downloading paid apps on Android for free is just as simple as ABC. There’s some people who are not willing to pay for paid apps, there’s also people who wants to try out the paid app first before really paying for it (I doubt that), and there’s people who buy most of their apps from the Google PlayStore. Somehow, it’s up to you whether you want to buy, or look for alternative, or download the paid app for ‘free’.
On the iOS, there’s the vShare app which helps you download ‘free’ paid apps (used to be Installous), whereas on Android, there’s 2 apps that helps you to find and download ‘free’ paid apps too. Some small mobile shop do provide apps & games installation service, where you pay them for an amount of money and they will load a bunch of apps & games into your phone. I see that is unnecessarily because you can just get any apps that you want off the Internet.
Discussing back about the 2 Android apps that help you discover and download paid apps for free, you can’t find them on Google PlayStore, you have to manually install the *.apk to get access to the app. No much of worry because installation is pretty simple.
Aptoide (personal favourite) – Has a very big database of apps. The apps are located in so-called ‘market’ where you can add more ‘market’ repo into Aptoide itself, if you can’t find the app you want, you can anyhow search for it on the Aptoide website.
Blackmart Alpha – Still in the Alpha mode and haven’t change into Beta since release. Easier to navigate than Aptoide, everything is done in the app itself, but I still prefer Aptoide for having more app library.
- Download and install Blackmart Alpha here, or you can find Blackmart Alpha in Aptoide.
Note: Please install app at your own risk, look for apps that have big number of downloads and the version because not all apps hosted on Aptoide/Blackmart are safe and they might install malicious software into your phone. Please support and buy the app if you find it useful to you.