|6 Best Android Apps That Are Not available on Google Play Store – 2021
6 Best Android Apps That Are Not available on Google Play Store – 2022
There are some apps on the web that have malware, so if you’re ever looking to download an app that isn’t on the Play Store, just be very careful. The apps that I’m about to show off are completely safe and most of them can be found on f- Droid or XDA labs.
- 3 Methods to Unlock/Reset Pattern Lock On Android Device Without Losing Data – 2021
- How to perform Manual SQL Injection Exploitation ?
- How to Access Any Website Or Forum Without Registering Using Googlebot And Firefox 2021
- How to set up an auto-reply to missed calls, and texts on an android phone?
- What is Port Forwarding, and How to set up Port Forwarding on your WiFi Router?
- How To Perform A Man-In-The-Middle(MITM) Attack Using Ettercap in Kali Linux
The first non Play Store app is a screenshot editor called hishoot2I. This lets you play screenshots into smartphone frames but it takes it a step further by allowing anyone to create a template. Most of the templates can be found on a telegram channel called “hishoot templates”. you basically go on that channel scroll through until you find a screenshot template that you like.
once installed open the high shoot to the I app and you can find the templates by tapping the Gallery icon and then default from there you just select the template that you downloaded.
You can also edit the background, shadow frame glare, and badge. once you’re done you can save the image and upload it to whatever you’d like. There are other apps on the Play Store that function similarly but none of them take it to this level.
2. Blok ADA
Moving on one of the most annoying things within free applications or websites is intrusive ads. Now look I have nothing against developers trying to make money off their apps games or websites but there are a few that take it too far. I’m talking about free games that have non-skippable video ads on every other level. They charge a lot just to remove the ads with no extra features.
I set out to find a great ad blocker that not only blocks intrusive ads but also stops trackers and doesn’t require a route. I stumbled across the blockade. In my opinion, is arguably one of the best ad blockers I have ever used.
it’s open-sourced once you download it. you just toggle it on and it’ll create a VPN interface to block ads across all your apps and browser. you can also choose from your list of recommended hosts to block ads. They have a feature called block add a tunnel that encrypts your data, hides your IP address, and marks your location. however, that feature does cost six bucks a month.
Like I said before it’s one of the best ad blockers that I have ever used. however, if you like an alternative, I recommend DNS66 but I did find blockade to be more battery efficient and it has a few more features.
3. Bro mite
I wanted to show up a chromium-based browser that is focused on enhancing your privacy as you surf the web and also includes an ad blocker. it has a few more features that Google Chrome doesn’t have, so for example you can play videos in the background for websites that Google Chrome doesn’t support. it has a native ad-block engine with filters from easy lists.
I said before it has more privacy settings such as support for DNS over HTTPS. which should significantly increase your user privacy. Since your DNS query will have an encrypted connection and you’ll also have higher security. it’ll better protect you against men in the middle attacks.
Google Chrome does have this feature but it’s disabled by default on their Flags page plus bromide lets you use other third-party hosts that aren’t just Google such as cloud fair add guard quad 9 etc. on top of that bro my automatically removes click tracking.
it has anti fingerprinting mitigations. you can have links always open automatically in ankle veneno mode and it has a ton of privacy and security patches from other popular third-party browsers such as brave or iridium that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
VIPRE for Android, it’s a tool that will enhance your smartphone’s audio. No matter if you’re using headphones, phone speakers, a USB connection, or a Bluetooth device. you can modify the sound to the extreme for example if your wireless headphones don’t provide that much bass. you can increase the base frequency and gain.
you can also make the sound even louder if your headphones don’t get that loud. if you want to surround sound then you got it there’s a compressor an equalizer amplifier etc. it’s a very feature-packed sound app. There are even some options that I have no idea what they do but for an audiophile this app is gold.
Note: I definitely recommend it ,the only catch is that it does require route to work because it does modify your sound drivers on your phone the latest version is on XD labs.
5. App scope
Next, I wanted to discuss really isn’t an apk but a progressive web app called app scope. it’s a marketplace filled with web-based apps that you can download. For those of you who aren’t aware, web-based apps mimic the same functionality of regular native apps but they take up less storage space on your phone. so since they’re small in size they’re pretty good alternatives for installing apps.
you barely use for example Instagram has an app size of 84 megabytes but on the PWA version, it’s just using the google chrome app as the base. you can do most of the same things that you were able to do on the regular Instagram app. you can think of app scope as the App Store for progressive web apps.
You just go to your browser look up “appsco.pe ” in the search engine and then select “add scope to your home screen” then add again and you’ll find the marketplace in your app drawer. once you open it you can tap on an app or a game that you’d like to install.
Select launch app taps the three menus, open in Chrome then tap the three men you again select add to the home screen and then add. other sites perform a similar function to app scope but none do it quite so well.
6. Lawnchair 2 ( Pre-alpha)
The last step on this list is lawnchair – Now listen I know this app is already on the Play Store and it’s very popular. however, if you downloaded it off the Play Store then you don’t have all the latest features. I mean the last time the beta version was updated on the Play Store was back in December of 2019. However, the truth is that the developers are still updating it 8th time this year and they’re calling these versions pre-alpha app caves.
obviously, you may experience a few bugs if you use the pre-alpha version but if you do encounter a huge flaw then you can just revert back to the previous version.
Anyways let’s talk about the difference between the beta version of the lawnchair – and the pre-alpha version. Besides the fact that the pre-alpha version has a ton more under the hood changes and fixes. it also has preview pages in the settings for when you tap on the icon grid or you’re trying to change the number of icons allowed on the doc.
It makes it really easy to change the icon layout on your home screen within the desktop menu. it also shows you how your icons on the desktop will look. if you want to modify the text size, icon size, color, etc- Those changes can be seen live immediately on this page.
LAST WORD: we hope that you enjoyed this full article till the end. if you want to get the latest updates about the new and interesting technical articles, you have to connect with our social network and its pages. we will meet very soon with an interesting article. thank you guys for reading it and I’ll catch you guys in the next one.