Iif you are one Android user, you’ve probably come across a time when you wanted to download an app, but then found out that you had to pay for it. Sometimes, if it’s just for a one-time thing, it might seem unnecessary. Well, there are actually ways to download paid apps without paying for them.
The Google play store is the most place Android Users tend to search for apps, but there are alternatives worth checking out if the above applies to you. Here are some ways to download and use paid apps on Android free.
App Store Aptoide
One of the most popular third-party app stores is Aptoid, which is a direct competitor of Google play store. All you have to do is download Aptoid and you’ll have access to hundreds of apps that you usually have to pay for, all at no cost.
Another app store that you can use is Blackmart, and for that you will not need to create an account or pay any money. On this point, it allows you to sort between paid and free apps, and perhaps more importantly, it gives you the option to download apps that are not available in your country. The idea of Blackmart is to just test the app, so if you think you’ll be using it a lot, consider purchasing it from the Google play store.
While AppSales is not an official market in the way Aptoid and Blackmart are, because it tells you which apps are available for free download at the moment. Think of it as a voucher website, but in this case it tells you when apps were recently listed as “free”.
Paid applications become free
The option of Paid applications become free (PAGF) allows you to find and download apps, games, icon packs, wallpapers and more that you would usually have to pay for, but in the same way AppSales it tells you which ones are available for free for a limited time. You will be directed to the UbuntuVibes blog, where you can then download the app, game, etc.
Google Opinion Awards
Although the option of Google Opinion Awards is not necessarily “free”, you can get credit in your google play balance by completing surveys. Fill in enough of these applications and the applications that you would usually have to pay for become “free”.