AndroidOut does not charge anything for downloads. However, some Google Play apps can be paid. To avoid any confusion, our site states clearly which apps are free and which are paid on Google Play.
AndroidOut helps you find and choose the latest apps, games, and themes for your device through listings which are updated on a daily basis. We also offer detailed descriptions to help you decide if the app interests you or not, as well as various download methods.
It's very easy. Simply go to Settings > Applications and click on the app you want to eliminate. An Uninstall option will appear. Click and the app will be uninstalled automatically.
At times, Google Play decides to ban some apps because they do not comply with their requirements, or they simply might not be available in certain countries. In these cases, the only way to obtain the app is to download its APK version.
Our collaborators are working every day to complete as many descriptions as possible. However, new apps are released every day, so it is close to impossible to complete all of them. If you wish to obtain more information regarding a particular app, you canask us and we will get to work.
APK (Android Application Package) is a type of Android file that allows you to install apps and games that are not available on Google Play on your Android device.
Yes, but first, you need to download an emulator, such as Bluestacks, to be able to use the app on your computer. Find more information in our tutorial.
AndroidOut is an online community where you can discover, download and share Android apps, games, and themes. If you want to know more about us, check out our corporate site.
1. Select an app.
2. Click Free Download.
3. Select a download method (email, Google Play, or QR code) and click on the corresponding button.
4. Wait while the site redirects you to Google Play. If you are downloading by email, enter your account and follow the instructions.
5. Once on Google Play, click install and the process will proceed automatically.
You can browse through our categories and lists or use the search box to find a specific app, game or a theme you want to download.
Absolutely! Registering is very easy and completely free.
On our main site, click on the blue button in the upper right corner that says Create a Free Account. Select your registration method (Facebook, Google+ or Email) and fill in the required fields. Welcome! You are now a member of our community!
No need to worry! Click on the this link and give us your email account so we can send you a new password.
Access your profile on AndroidOut and head to My Personal Information which you will find on the left side of your screen. Click on Change Password and you will be able to insert your new password.
Simply, login into your AndroidOut account, select Edit Information and on the bottom of your personal details, you will find a Cancel Account button. Once you click, a box with an option to tell us why you are leaving will appear. We will miss you!
In this case, make sure you have sufficient memory space available on your device to install the app. If this does not solve the problem, it may be that the app is not compatible with your device.
In that case we suggest you get in touch with the developer. You can find the developer's name on the app's page in our site, or get their contact info from the app in Google Play.
There are two options. You can install an APK file if it's available or follow the steps described in this tutorial.
Time to time, the email we send out is directed to the spam or junk folder. Check it, it will probably be there! If not, it might be an internal problem. In this case, you can contact us. In the meantime, you can download the app directly from Google Play.
You're in luck! AndroidOut is available in 17 languages. Under the positive and negative points, and the "likes" you will find a hyperlink with the number of languages it's available in. Click on it and a pop-up window will appear, giving you access to the app's description in different languages. Another option is scrolling down to the bottom of the home page where you'll find links to all our languages.
Scroll down the page of the app you want to ask about. The comment section offers you an option to comment or ask us a question. Select Question and one of our specialists will respond shortly. You can also use the /contact/contact form.
Simply put, rooting is a process that allows you to get a full access to your device and become a 'super user' as it gives you freedom to modify and manipulate the system. However, be aware it is not an easy process. If you want more information on how to root your device, you can have a look at our tutorial.
There are several steps you have to follow to do this, which are specified in the following tutorial.
Unfotunately, all apps which appear on AndroidOut are only compatible with devices using Android. The devices previously mentioned have their own operating system and app store from which you can download apps.
We would be delighted to publish your app on AndroidOut. Get in contact with us via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or via our /contact/contact form.
Due to our presence in 17 different languages, we provide multiple options to publicize apps whether your are a smaller or larger developer. For more information get in touch with us.
We filter hundreds of apps on a daily basis and sometimes not all of them make it onto our website. If yours isn't on the web, get in touch with us and we'll try to solve this problem.
It's an optional feature that allows you to receive messages even when you are not connected to a specific website. If you are interested in the content we offer at AndroidOut, we can notify you when we publish new applications, games, themes, news, etc. All this without having our web page open in your browser.
We send notifications because we believe we have a lot of interesting content to offer to our users. It is a very useful way to keep our community informed about relevant Android news.
We send two types of push notifications: those related to news or Android applications.
News related notifications include articles, tutorials and lists with the best apps.
Android application related notifications will keep you up to date with the most popular apps, games and themes.
Google Chrome: In the navigation bar you will find a padlock next to the URL. Click on the padlock and where it says Notifications you have to choose "Always block on this site".
Mozilla Firefox: You have to go to the Firefox menu and select Options. Then select the Content panel and where it says Notifications, click on Select. Search for AndroidOut and click on Remove Site.
Another alternative to unsubscribe is to delete your account at AndroidOut, following the steps listed in the Your Account section within our FAQ.
If you need more information, please visit the Google support page