/r/Android App store


/r/Android App store is a store where you can download apps for Android and which is based on a reddit thread that shares software for Android devices

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You are visiting Malavida right now so we don't need to tell you that Google Play Store is the be all and end all of downloading and installing applications on Android, right? And although Malavida is the best (what are we gonna say?) there are other worthwhile stores where useful and interesting applications can be found.

An app store that comes from a reddit thread

What is possibly the major news aggregator and discussion forum on the Internet has served as the inspiration for developing /r/Android App store. This is an app store for hassle-free downloading of APKs onto our devices. We can find all kinds of them, from practical tools to videogames, and it offers us features like the following:

  • App description.
  • Screenshots.
  • Sort applications depending on whether they are for a smartphone or tablet and on whether they are free or not.
  • Search filter for finding new apps more easily.
  • Different settings for the user interface.

This is a pretty decent tool for discovering cool applications and it features a minimalist layout.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.1.
  • The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
Sean Mitchell
Sean Mitchell
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