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Reccomended Alternatives To Google Play Store

 


There’s no doubt that Google Playstore Is The Biggest App Store For Android Users..Formerly Called Android Market , Google Playstore Boasts Of Well over 600,000 Apps , Covering Every Category You Can Ever Think Of..Google has no doubt revolutionized the internet world , no wonder its services dominates every section you can think of and google is recognized as one of the top technology companies in the world!.

Android Users gets %95 Of Apps On Their Phone from google playstore , but google playstore is not the only android app store , there are also some other websites with good and useful android apps..Today I’ld List Out Alternatives To Google Playstore

1Mobile Market : 1mobile Market is a website dedicated to focus mainly on android applications and games..With well over 100,000 apps and games , 1mobile market has covered everything on android applications and games..

If you’ld ask me , i’ld say 1 mobile market is the closest alternative to google playstore .. You can try out 1Mobile Market

Opera Mobile Store : Believe Me , i’ld Be Very Suprised If You tell me you dont know or you dont use ‘Operamini Browser’ On Your Phone..Operamini is one of the popular internet browsers for mobile phones in the world!.. 1 out of every 3 phones has an operamini browser installed in it..

Opera Mobile store has lots of applications for different phone os ..Opera mobile store works just like google play store , you can download applications directly to your phone from opera mobile store..You can give it a try today!

Handango : You’ve probably not heard of handango because its not as popular as google playstore but handango has been existing for many years now..Handago Bosts of hundreds of apps for android , Both free and paid apps are available.

To Ensure easy download , handango also offers users the option to input their email and get the application sent directly to their email ..Users can find apps suitable for their phone by searching for their device name or platform..

Nexva : Nexva Is Also another app store to try out..

Nexva is a multipurpose app store that provides applications for both android and blackberry os platform , just like opera mobile store..Free and paid apps are also available on nexva store..visit Nexva Today!.

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25 thoughts on “Reccomended Alternatives To Google Play Store”

  1. Yes its true, even android phones of lower version work very well with Operamini, i have not heard of 1mobile though, but will check it out, some phones don’t allow google play store to work in them, hence difficult to get most apps, sad

  2. Five years ago today, on March 6, 2012, Google made a huge change to Android that consolidated all of the operating system’s content stores into one platform; the Google Play Store. Previously, Android users had to get apps, games, movies and TV shows from the Android Market, music from Google Music and electronic books from the Google eBookstore. Google’s decision to merge all of these stores into one portal made the lives of all Android device owners much easier, and it likely helped to expand the reach of the OS in general.

  3. With today’s fifth anniversary, we decided to take a very brief look at the history of Android Market and Google Play, along with some of the major changes and improvements that have been made over the years.

  4. Android Market launched in 2008 as a way for users to download apps and games for the new Android operating system. The store added support for paid apps in 2009 in the US and UK, and expanded to more international markets in 2010. It also launched the Google eBookstore that same year. In 2011, Google Music launched, and the Android Market added support for both books and movie rentals in the US that same year.

  5. Obviously, having multiple stores on Android could cause some confusion, which is likely why Google decided to merge all of its stores into Google Play five years ago today. At the time of the announcement, Google made a big deal of the fact that all the purchases via Google Play would be cloud-based, meaning users would not have to worry about losing a downloaded file ever again; they could simply download them again from the store if they needed to switch phones or tablets, or if they needed to do a full refresh of the phone.

  6. At the launch of Google Play in March 2012, the store had 450,000 Android apps and games to download. Obviously, that number has gone much higher in the past five years. Google Play also served as the place to purchase Google’s various Nexus hardware devices.

  7. The company was not going to sit around and rest on its laurels following the launch of Google Play though. In August of 2012, it revealed plans to offer physical Google Play gift cards in the US, allowing people who did not own a credit or debit card a way to purchase apps, games and other content from the store.

  8. Then in May 2014, the Google Play Store made some changes, which included adding some additional information on each app listing, including ratings and file size. In July, Google Play got a major redesign, incorporating the company’s then new Material Design language.

  9. Google also confirmed that summer that since the Google Play launch two year earlier, it had become the company’s biggest source of revenue outside its internet ad business. The number of apps in Google Play had also exploded up to 1.5 million, compared to the 1.2 million apps for iOS users in Apple’s App Store.

  10. In March 2015, Google decided to separate the sale of its hardware devices out of the Google Play Store and into its own Google Store division. That meant that Google Play was just for downloading and purchasing digital content only. In October 2015, the Google Play Store got another big redesign, with curved content section buttons, large images for featured products on top and creating two sections, Apps & Games (self explanatory) and Entertainment (movies, TV shows, books, magazines and music). Later the Entertainment section would be renamed as “Movies, Music, Books”.

  11. All of the icons for the Google Play suite of apps got redesigned in April 2016 so that they would share the same triangle look as the main Google Play app. In May, the company revealed that the Google Play Store, and its Android apps, would become available on a number of Chromebooks running on Chrome OS. Earlier this year, Google said that all Chromebooks that were released in 2017 would have access to Google Play.

  12. Google also continues to evolve the Play Store user interface. In November, it added a Trending section that includes the current hot topics in the entertainment industry, and the appropriate content download links. Google also announced plans in 2016 to crack down on apps that were using fraudulent means to pump up both their download numbers and their reviews.

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