Downloading paid apps and games sounds like a great idea, no? The good news is that you are able to do it without the need to pirate them and expose your device to a variety of threats.
There are a variety of methods that allow users to download paid apps for free. Below you can find a list of the most popular alternatives that will allow you to use great apps without paying a dime.
Freeappi will highlight a free app every morning. Some of them are not that great but you can grab some sweet deals when the time is right. Keep in mind that most of the apps will be limited in one way or another. Some will limit certain features in order to encourage you to pay for the premium version while others aren’t updated anymore.
This is a great app for those that want to learn more about apps that are free or on sale without the need to browse through the Play Store. Users are able to set a variety of filters in order to look for interesting apps and hide the ones that aren’t relevant for them.
Ask the internet
You may be surprised to learn that a large number of people enjoy the idea of grabbing the latest promotions. A high number of social platforms offer forum threads where the latest app deals are listed. Some of them may not be available in your country but you can find some hidden gems on the lists.
Google Opinion Rewards
Some of the best apps are locked behind a small paywall. Those that wish to buy cheap apps are able to download the Google Opinion Rewards app. Complete a survey each week and you will receive Play Store credit that can be spent on what you want. Sadly the app isn’t available in some countries and some surveys won’t be rewarded but it’s still a great opportunity to get premium apps for free.
Emmy Skylar started working for Debate Report in 2017. Emmy grew up in a small town in northern Manitoba. But moved to Ontario for university. Before joining Debate Report, Emmy briefly worked as a freelance journalist for CBC News. She covers politics and the economy.