Download APK Files of Android Apps from Play Store

If you are an advanced Android user, you must know what APK file stands for. To make it clear for the new users, APK files are the packaged version of the Android apps. While all Android apps are served from Google Play and you can install them directly from there, APK files are useful for advanced job. You can use any file manager app to transfer the APK files from computer to the Android device and touch that to install. You can also transfer that from one device to another using Bluetooth or WiFi.

Various reasons can be there behind downloading APK installer of the Android apps from Google Play Store:

  1. You might want to install the app on a device without having internet connection. Just download the APK installer and transfer it to that device and touch the installer to install the app.
  2. Some time Google play says your device as incompatible with the Android app while you know that it just work fine with your device.
  3. The device without having Google Play Store like Amazon Kindle can still get the app installed by the APK file.

How to Download APK Files from Google Play Store

Evozi allows you to download the APK file for the apps in Google play store. what you need to do is just copy the web URL of app from google play and paste at this page: http://apps.evozi.com/apk-downloader/.

Download APK Files of Apps

Once you paste the app URL, click the “Generate Download Link” button. It will grab the APK file for the app from Google play store and host on its own server which lets you to download that installer.

Since all the APKs are downloaded from the Play Store they are free of any type of virus. So go ahead and download the APK installer without fearing about getting infected by virus or malware. This site does not allow you to download APKs for paid apps, it works only for the free apps in Google play.

Note: We do not encourage downloading paid apps and spreading piracy.

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