How To Download And Install Apps Manually On Android

How To Download And Install Apps Manually On Android Games and other Apps could easily be downloaded from Google Play Store but there are times that due to some error Apps couldn’t be downloaded through Google Play Store and then there are times when certain apps are removed either due to Google Play Store terms and condition violation or sometimes the developer decides to pull off his App from the Google Play Store as in the case of Flappy Bird when it’s developer decided to pull it off from Google Play Store leaving every game lover to feel terible as they now couldn’t download the Game from the Google Play Store.

But you need not to worry about it as there are various ways through which you can manually download and install Apps on Android and that too without requiring any Root Privileges. So today we are gonna talk about the ways through which you can download and install apps manually on Android.

Download And Install Apps Manually On Android

How To Download And Install Apps Manually On Android

You can easily install almost every android app on your device manually. For this you don’t need much of the technical knowledge, all you need is an internet connection and obviously your Android Device. Now without wasting any more time let’s head on to the various methods to download and install apps manually on Android.

Download And Install Apps Manually On Android – Through Google.com

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  • Open google.com on your browser either from your Android Device or from your Desktop.
  • Now in the new tab open Google Play Store by clicking here.
  • In the Google Play Store search for the App you wanna download say for example you wanna download ES Explorer so search for it on the Google Play Store, now from here note down the version of the app.
  • Now enter the name of the app you wanna download along with its version on the search box of google.com. For example “download Es Explorer v Apk “.
  • Once your app is downloaded transfer it to your device memory.
  • Now on your device go to settings>>security>>Unknown Sources and turn it on if it’s not already.
  • Now open File Explorer on your device and locate the downloaded file you just transferred over your device memory and click on it, now this will install the app.

You now know one of the method to download and install apps manually on Android, now let’s move ahead to the next method.

Download And Install Apps Manually On Android Through Mobogenie

  • Download Mobogenie from here.
  • Transfer it to your device memory.
  • Now on your device go to settings>>security>>Unknown Sources and turn it on if it’s not already.
  • Now open File Explorer on your device and locate Mobogenie file you just transferred over your device memory and click on it, now this will install the app.
  • Once installed open Mobogenie App from your App Drawer.
  • Now search for the app you wanna download from Mobogenie’s search box.
  • Once downloaded just tap on the downloaded app to install.

There are various other App Store just like Mobogenie for example Amazon Store, Slide Me etc but I prefer and suggest you to use Mobogenie as it has most number of Apps when compared to other Alternate App Store and also all the Apps on Mobogenie Store are regularly checked and scanned by one of the finest antivirus Kaspersky.

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Sumit Singh is the owner of WtfAndroid.com . He is recently pursuing his engineering degree from KU. He is obsessed with android and likes to unleash it credibility via WtfAndroid. He loves to review new gadgets and share his knowledge with people.

4 thoughts on “How To Download And Install Apps Manually On Android

  1. Hi Sumit !
    I’ve had this issue (error 194) with my android a couple of weeks ago and it was solved by the method you’ve mentioned , but now I have this issue again and it doesn’t seem to be working this time. Guide me plz

    • Well Umar Try uninstalling Google Play Store’s update to do that go to Settings>Apps>All>Go­­ogle Play Store, there click on uninstall updates. This might solve your problem

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