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Google Play Store vs Aptoide, Which One Is Best For Your Android Device?

Aptoide - We all know that Android platform covers almost 80% market in these days, and the numbers of Android users are increase day by day, and all Android users know that where to find apps and games for their Android devices. which are Google Play Store, which contains millions of free and paid apps and games.

But how many people buy paid apps or games from Google play store, I think very less because they want to use that app, but they are too much expensive for the regular user, so what is the solution for it.

So today I am going to reveal an app called Aptoide which helps you to run free and paid apps for free of cost for a lifetime, the Aptoide is a mega app store which also contains millions of apps and games, and all are free. All the apps and games are free for you for a lifetime and they never charged you for any app, even you love it to know that no one is going to blame you for using paid apps for free because it is legal my friends.

Aptoide is a third party app store company that covers new and old android users who own a $150 smartphone. And want to taste an Android platform for free of cost after investing in Android smartphone. According to a big giant tech company, Aptoide has raised $4 million to increase their app store capacity and offers a vast collection of apps and games for free of cost for all users.

Alvaro Pinto - COO and Co-Founder of Aptoide said,

Around 100 million people downloaded apps from Aptoide in 2015 and count of users increasing daily. Right now, Aptoide installer contains 500,000 apps and has exclusive apps such as Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram with a certificate from the app owners.

Google play store is a good platform, and we love to use it, but the Play Store doesn't help us to use paid apps for free. However, Aptoide does that for us for a lifetime, this company focuses on users happiness first then for themselves. So we would like to know which platform you like the most and you can use our comment section below to share your thoughts with us.

Google Play Store vs Aptoide

So, ‘G’ stands for the Google Play Store and ‘A’ stands for Aptoide.

G – Hosts limited apps.
A – You can find many apps which are not available on the Google play store on Aptoide.

G – Hosts both free and paid apps.
A – All apps, even the premium ones are available for free.

G – You cannot revert to a previous version of an app.
A – You can return to an earlier version of an app.

G – You cannot setup your marketplace.
A – You can setup your market and showcase your apps.

G –Not is available in restricted countries like China.
A – No region restriction and available everywhere.

G – No automatic update.
A – Automatic update.

So these are some of the featured differences between the Google Play Store and the Aptoide. So now, wouldn’t you want to download the Aptoide?

Here I give my 100% to ensure to you that which one is good, if I am talking about myself, I like Aptoide most because it contains both types of apps free and paid. Both are free of cost with legal licenses so why not we use this platform. Now it’s up to you guys whether you are happy with basic free apps or you want to use paid apps with giving any single penny from your pocket.

If you have any doubt, query or feedback regarding this app then you can post your comments in the comment section below and write us whether you like it or not and if not then why? We are doing a survey to know whether this app store can beat Google play store or not. We are waiting for your feedback, after using this fantastic app on your Android phone; then you can visit our main website called websapk.com. There you can find all the resources and step by step guides to using it on Phone, PC, Mac, etc.

Thanks for giving us your precious time but mind you guys, this time, worth it for you if you are going to use this Aptoide on your smartphone.
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Pokemon Go Is Now Live On Android And iOS Platforms
Pokemon Go is the most awaiting game app for the Android and iOS users. The app is now live on both platforms in certain regions but not compatible with all devices and not available worldwide.

The game is live on Google Play Store and App Store but most of the users have noted that the game is incompatible with their Android and iOS devices. Pokemon Go is currently available in Australia and New Zealand iTunes app stores.

Developer Niantic said,

Pokemon Go is free-to-play mobile gaming app which lets players track down and catch Pokemon by visiting real-world locations. The game will be released worldwide in July, as will the Pokemon Go Plus hardware accessory.

As you all know Pokemon's like Pikachu, Bulbasaur is discovered on planet earth! Now you got a chance to discover and catch them all. You will be joining in one of three teams and battle for the prestige, ownership of Gyms with your Pokemon at side.

Pokemon's are out there and you need to walk around a neighbor, once you reach your smartphone will vibrate when there is a Pokemon nearby. Take them by throwing Pokemon ball, you will have to stay alerted or it might get away!

For more information you can check out all the latest updates on our blog, we will update you when the game go live for all the users.
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Twitter Introduce Stickers To Add Fun On Your Photos
There are millions of users who tweets photos on Twitter on every day. Photos speak more than the words, captured moments be either big or small.

Twitter on a blog post,

Today we are excited to introduce #Stickers, a new fun way to creativity to your photos and connect them to the world on Twitter.

Soon Twitter users can browse the sets of stickers from the library of accessories, emoji, and props to add more fun to your photos. Share these edited photos to tell what you are doing or how you are feeling.

You can use multiple stickers on a single photo, also reside and rotate them. After you share a photo with stickers on it, your photo becomes searchable in a new visual spin on the #tag. When you tap on a sticker in a tweet takes you to a new timeline where people all over the world are using stickers.

The ability to add stickers on your photos will roll out soon within next few weeks on Twitter for iOS and Android users.
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Samsung Gear VR Users Can Watch Rio Olympics Events In Virtual Reality
Samsung took a step forward to make their users watch Rio 2016 Olympics events in Virtual Reality with Samsung Gear VR. This is exclusively available for the Gear VR products owners from August 6 to August 22, 2016.

Samsung announced that it has made a deal with NBC Olympics to provide this content to owners of Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge Plus, S7, S7 Edge, Note 5 and a Gear VR headset. Users will be able to watch the Olympics up to 85 hours from the opening ceremony to closure.

Samsung said,

If you are right there! NBC Olympics will also provide VR coverage of the beach volleyball, boxing, diving, men's basketball, gymnastics, track and field, fencing events including the semi-final and final events.
Users won't be able to watch the live events but can watch in a slight delay. If you want to watch them live, you can switch to NBC Sports app and attach the Gear VR. NBC Sports requires a cable subscription, so you will need to sign-in to verify that you are paying for the content in the first place.

The content will begin hitting the service from August 6, a day after the Rio Olympics events begin.
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Coolpad Launches Virtual Reality Headset VR 1X For Smartphones
Coolpad smartphone maker has launched its first Virtual Reality headset recently in India. The 'Cool VR 1X is made available exclusively on Amazon at a price of Rs 999.

Cool VR 1X provides an immersive 3D experience with cool clip drawer design that transports you to a whole new dimension. It works on all the gyroscope sensor available phones and fits perfectly on 4.7 - 5.7 inches screens. It is compatible with Coolpad Note 3 Plus, Note 3 Lite and Max.

It comes with immersive VR with 95 - 100 viewing angles and has customizable lenses that help in optimizing the focal length and object distance, making it comfortable to use for a long time.

The headset comes in a black with a white color design plate on the front.
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Freedom 251 Smartphone Maker Planning To Launch Cheapest LED TV Sets
Freedom 25, world's cheapest smartphone which is available at a price Rs. 251. The maker Ringing Bells is getting ready to launch the products for their customers who have requested for cash on delivery.

Ringing Bells in a statement, once it's done with the first phase of delivery to the customers from June 30 we will soon open the registrations again for those who wish to buy the handset.

The company CEO - Goel said,

We are facing a loss of Rs 140 to Rs 150 in each product but hoping to make a profit on volumes. We will have a loss, but we are happy that the dream of connecting rural and poor as a part of 'Digital India' and 'Make in India' initiatives has been fulfilled with Freedom 251.

Freedom 251 is going to be available in 2 color variants both black and white. And features 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB ROM (expanded up to 32GB), 8 MP rear camera with flash, 3.2 MP front camera, Dual SIM, 1800 mAh battery and runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop.

Goel said,

We are planning to launch a cheapest 'Freedom' 32-inch HD LED TV which would be available for less than Rs. 10,000. And within 2 days, the delivery would be done and we will sell them online.

 The normal cost of 32-inch HD LED TV which is sold currently are around Rs. 3,000 in the market.
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Skullcandy To Launch Grind Wireless Headphone In India
Skullcandy to launch Grind Wireless Headphone with Bluetooth functionality in India at a price range of Rs 6,499. These are upgraded version of Grind 2.0 and will be exclusively available at Croma store for one month, later will be expanded to the other stores in the market.

The Grind features look similar to Grind 2.0 headphone and got added integrated amplifier to enhance the sound over Bluetooth. Grind has all functions like microphone, call, track and volume controls on the right ear cup. The battery life of the headphone will standby up to 12 hours on a full charge.

Grind features Bluetooth an integrated amplifier which provide a higher power rating and less distortion while high-end drivers enable dynamic range. It has on-ear cushions and a light weight metal headband that give a weigh of 180 grams to the headphone.
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Meet KFC Watt A Box To Charge Your Phone

KFC has recently launched 'Watt a Box' that helps customers to charge their phone while they eat the food. This is the first ever created meal box that comes with a built-in power bank.

Whenever we go out for shopping or having food it's very hard situation for us to charge our phone, searching for a power socket or searching for a power back in the bag.

Lluis Ruiz Ribot - KFC India CMO said,

We launched the 5 in 1 meal box in March this year with the objective of providing a complete meal at an affordable price to the customers. With the launch of 'Watt a Box', we have gone a step ahead by introducing an element of utility into the box.

Most of the restaurants are providing such different added services for free to attract their hungry customers. This could be much useful for customers to charge their phone while they have a meal.