Download And Install TutuApp On Android And iOS

If you want to download an app, the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Stores aren’t the only places from where you can download apps. There are also third-party app installers such as the TutuApp. If you are wondering why you should use them, keep in mind that they come with various advantages.

For example, the TutuApp allows you to download modded apps and games for both Android and iOS devices. There are more than 5 million users that download apps from TuTu. Here is how you can also install it on your device.

Download it for Android

If you want to install the TutuApp on an Android device. First of all, you need to download the APK for it. You should find it online. Make sure you enable downloads from “unknown sources first”. Go to the APK and tap the file in order to begin the installation. Accept the terms & conditions and wait until the installation is complete.

Download it for iOS

If you want to get the TuTuApp for an iOS device, you need to open the browser on your iPhone and iPad and head over to the TutuApp website. There you should be able to see the Install now button. Click it and then wait until the app is downloaded. It will take only a few people. Once the app is downloaded you should find it on your Home screen.

Now you need to open the app and you should receive the “Untrusted Enterprise Developer” prompt. You need to give the app permission and in order to do that you have to head over to “General Settings” in “Profile & Device Management”. Go to “Enterprise Apps”, find the name of the developer and tap on it. Click “Wux Xin Bai Sheng Amusement Equipment”. A new window will pop up, click Trust. Now you can use the app.

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