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How to update apps and games you downloaded outside of the Play Store

Our dear robot gives us many possibilities, from a simple change in the system interface, as well as the installation of a custom ROM, which totally modifies the version of Android. That's why we love him so much, because we have the freedom to do what we want, thus leaving the smartphone the way we like it best.

Among the many options we have, today I bring cool tips for those who want to keep the apps always updated without depending on the Google Play Store. We then have two options for this: either we can download an app and install it manually, as well as the option to install another app store and use it instead of the official Google store.

Next, I will bring you four options for alternative websites and stores for you to upgrade your apps.

Sites to download apps

  • APK Mirror: no doubt here where applications are launched first. We have both the final and the beta versions. Here it comes quite quickly, even before Google makes it available on the Play Store. You can check out this great site by clicking this link. Navigate to the search field and enter the name of the application you want to update, then download the latest version.
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Apk Mirror / AndroidPIT (screenshot)
  • Slide Me: Another great site to download apps. The difference that can be downloaded directly from the site, it offers its own store that can be installed on the smartphone. Check out this good alternative here. By accessing the site, at the top of the page, there will be the application search field and the option to download SlideME Marketplace. After downloading, search for the desired app or game and update it.
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  SlideMe / AndroidPIT (screenshot)
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<li><strong>Uptodown:</strong> least importantly we have the well-known uptodown. It always brings the final version of each application released, so it can be downloaded directly to your smartphone. The great advantage of this site is that it is fully in Portuguese. Access through this link, choose the desired application and select the downlod option. </li>
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  • APKPure: This is my favorite option because it updates the apps installed on the smartphone faster than the Google Play store. Download APKPure app and install, then let notifications appear when updates are available
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  APKPure / AndroidPIT (screenshot)
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<p>These were the tips on how to keep your apps always up to date without depending on the Google Play store. Remembering that all options mentioned here are legal and safe.</p>
<p><strong>And do you have any other alternatives? Leave your comments.</strong></p><div class='code-block code-block-4' style='margin: 8px auto; text-align: center; display: block; clear: both;'>
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