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Uptodown Android


All the applications that you want on your Android device





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Uptodown's official app for Android operating systems is your direct access to full app descriptions, screenshots, and of course, full apps. In addition, it allows you to always have the latest updates and versions of every app.

All Content: Limitless apps, betting apps, multimedia apps, and competitors from any sector or area.

Every Country: Completely free and global access without region restriction, like political or business limitations.

Every Device: You don’t need Google Play services. In fact you can download and install any app just from your browser.

Every User: No Google registration required, no email, accounts or credit card info for payments. Just you.

From the main interface on Uptodown Android, you'll get daily featured apps major Android news, including new apps and updates. Also, below the image of the daily, you'll find a dropdown menu with shortcuts to all of the available Android categories: video games, messenger apps, video players, office software… if you’re looking for any app, it's here.

Because Uptodown store has over a thousand different APKs, the app gives you the possibility to access both older versions of some apps and others that are not yet available on Google Play. This means that you have the option to install older (and possibly more stable) versions of practically any app. All you have to do is scroll down to the bottom of a file to see all of the versions available.

Thanks to this feature, Uptodown Android offers the possibility to do a ‘rollback’ of any app. For example, let’s say you updated Facebook to the latest version, but you're not happy with it. No problem. Just download the previous version from its file on Uptodown and the problem is solved.

Uptodown Android is an interesting alternative to other app download services like Google Play because it not only lets you download thousands of different apps, but it also has older versions of the same apps. In addition, Uptodown displays neutral content instead of the descriptions and media files offered by many developers. Thanks to this feature, users always know what they’re downloading with just a glance.
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