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Friday, 22 December 2017

3 Websites to directly Download Apk from Google Play Store on PC/Mobile with No requirement of Device ID

Android is the most widely used Operating System today on Mobile devices, and the default and safest source to get Android apps which are packaged as .apk files is the Google Play Store. But many a times the Google Play runs very very slow , or as it is in case of many devices – its simply absent, so this leaves very less options from where we can download apps which are not modified by 3rd party and are safe and secure. In such cases, we still can download apps from Google Play, by using these sites thus,safeguarding us from malicious/modified apps.You can also use these websites to get back-up of your apps/Download it on PC and preserving them so that you can install the apps from their apk later. Let’s check out the 3 best Websites to directly Download Apk from Google Play store.

Pre-requisites :

  • Google Play Store URL OR Package Name of the App . For e.g “” is the Google Play URL and the Package name will be “com.whatsapp”
  • As shown in below figure – The image shows Google Play store URL, and the Blue colored rectangle shows the package name in our case for e.g its “com.whatsapp”
  • Unlike other services which ask for “Device ID” to download Apk’s these sitew require no Device ID‘s at all! and method to download too is very simple 
Website #1. Evozi Apk Downloader


Request Update/Force Refetch of Apk file from Evozi Apk Downloader
Evozi Apk downloader is the first website which i came across which provided the service of directly Downloading Apk files from Google Play Store, And the method to use Evozi Apk Downloader website is very Simple too..

  • Visit the Evozi Apk Downloader Website by clicking here.
  • In the Box labelled “Package name or Google Play URL” Enter either the Google Play URL or Package name of the app which you want to download.
  • No Click on the Blue-colored “Generate Download Link” button, The App will be fetched and A Green button to Download the App/apk will appear below the Blue “Generate Download Link” button.
  • Check the Figure below for Download button example of Evozi Apk Downloader. You can also refer the Figure alongside for advanced option of Evozi to Update Apps and Force Refetch of Apk File indicated by the Red Arrow,and Green rectangle respectively . Besides this you can also request it to fetch Japanese Apps by ticking the option highlighted in Blue box from the image 
    Download button example of Evozi Apk Downloader
Website #2. may be defined as a worthy alternative to Evozi Aok Downloader, it also works in the Same way as that of Evozi, you either have to enter the Package Name, Google Play URL or the App name of the App you want to Download and click on Blue-button “Generate Download Link”

  • After the App gets processed on the Server , you will see a download link for downloading the requested Apk file , as shown in the figure alongside (The Green Arrow indicates the link to Download the Apk)
  • After you click on this link (indicated by green arrow) , Please wait for 5-10 Seconds for the Download of Apk to Start
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Website #3. is yet another alternative to Evozi Apk Downloader/Apk Leecher and like the previous two the interface too is quite Similar, We simply have to enter the App Package Name or Google Play URL ,and click on the Blue “Generate Download Link” button.

  • After the Apk is available to Download Click on the Green Download Apk button (as indicated by Green Arrow in the Figure alongside).
  • Within 5-10 Seconds , your Requested App’s Apk file download will be Started :). Simple and Easy!
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Thursday, 21 December 2017

The first 13 things you should do with your Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus

1) Rearrange the on-screen buttons

So the Galaxy S8's eye-catching curves convinced you to make the switch to Samsung after years of using another brand. It can be a little tricky to adjust, especially because Samsung insists on putting the on-screen Back and Recents keys the wrong way round (if you've used any other Android phone, that is).
Thankfully, you can now flip them back to the way you remember. Just head to the Settings app, tap Display, and then tap Navigation Bar. Tap Button layout and you can reverse the layout to something a little more familiar.
You can adjust the sensitivity of the digital home button here, too - or change the navigation bar's background colour to suit whatever wallpaper you're using.

2) Pick your app drawer preference

Android owners will feel right at home with Samsung's app drawer, which neatly hides and organises all your installed apps and keeps your homescreens free for widgets.
How you open it is up to you, though: either with a familiar drawer icon in the bottom row of homescreen icons, or with a simple swipe up or down anywhere onscreen. Both options are in Display -> Home Screen. Tap on Apps Button and choose the one that best suits you.
Apple owners might not want an app drawer at all, and that's fine: head to Display -> Home Screen and tap Home Screen Layout. Now you can ditch the drawer altogether for multiple home screens filled with apps, in the order you choose.

3) Search for anything on your phone

By the time you've filled your phone with apps and games, it can be tricky to remember where you left all your icons - especially if you chuck them into folders and rarely use them. 
The search bar built into the app drawer can help you out, though. Just swipe down anywhere onscreen, or tap the app drawer icon if you've got it enabled, then tap on "Search phone" at the top of the screen. This'll search through any installed apps, as well as calendar appointments, SMS messages, and Settings pages, which should help you get to where you want to be that little bit quicker than doing everything manually.

4) Secure your phone with fingerprints, iris scanning or facial recognition

You've got plenty of choice when it comes to keeping the Galaxy S8 safe: fingerprint scanning, facial recognition, and iris scanning, on top of the usual onscreen passwords, PINs and patterns. You could just opt for one of these, but we've found that a combination is much more convenient.
Add a password by going to Settings -> Lockscreen and Security, and registering your face, fingerprint and iris. Each one has its own sub-menu on this screen. You'll also need to set a PIN, password or pattern before you can use biometrics, and you can only use one of either facial or iris scanning at once.
With a registered fingerprint, onscreen password and either iris or facial scanning enabled, you'll have three ways to quickly unlock your phone.

5) Sleep better by turning on the Blue light filter

We all like to use our phones in bed, catching up on the day's news, or simply scrolling through Facebook, but it could be impacting your sleep. The blue light pumped out by the screen can trick your brain into feeling more alert and awake, when you should be resting.
Samsung's got an easy fix, though, in the form of a 'Blue Light filter'. You can turn this on manually, either by going to Display -> Blue Light Filter in the Settings app, or by pulling down the notification tray and turning it on there instead. This strips out the blue light, leaving your screen looking warmer and yellower, but without confuddling your brain while you're glued to the phone at night.
Even better, you can set it to a schedule; either set one up manually, or leave it on automatically between sunset and sunrise. Both options are in the Blue Light Filter screen in the Display page of the Settings screen.

6) Set up edge panels

These handy shortcuts pop out from the edge of the curved screen - hence the name. There are plenty to choose from, including app shortcuts, phonebook contacts, the always-handy Smart Select panel, a Clipboard showing all the text and images you've copied recently, weather, quick tools, a calendar, sports, finance, news and other reminders. Basically, there's masses of them.
Only a few are turned on by default, though, and the handle that you have to swipe to open up the edge panels might not be in the best place for your fingers. To change it, go to Settings -> Display -> Edge Screen and tap on Edge Panels.
From here, you can toggle on different panels, or tap the three dots in the top right and select Handle Settings to move the location of the trigger, make it bigger, or turn it transparent so it doesn't get in the way of your apps

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