Downloading apps to your Android device is a simple process. All you need to do is open Google Play, find the application you want, verify its trustworthiness, and then tap Install or the price of the app. Once it's downloaded, you can click Open and install the application. If you're using Android 8 Oreo or later, make sure you've given the cloud storage app permission to install apps.
As long as the device has enough RAM and internal storage to run the secondary application, there should be no problem. You can also access the Galaxy Store and download your favorite apps without having to install one. To download and install an application from “Microsoft Store”, open Microsoft Store. This method can install applications that are not available in the “Microsoft store”, but you should be careful and always install applications from official or trusted websites.
Downloading applications involves downloading an APK file (Android installation package format) and installing it manually. With a few taps, a few configuration settings, and a third-party game store, you'll have just what you need to download apps without Google Play. This allows you to download a large number of applications with your PC and then install them on your phone in one go. For example, the Amazon Appstore and the Humble Bundle are not available because they download other applications.
If you have Windows, you can use it to download applications on your laptop. The Android operating system doesn't allow you to download any apps outside the Play Store by default. In this case, WhatsApp provides its own direct download page that you can visit on a desktop computer and then transfer the file to your phone or visit your phone's browser (requesting the desktop site from the browser settings) and then downloading it directly to your device. If for any reason you're having trouble downloading an APK directly to your Android, you can also download the file to your PC, then connect your phone to the PC via cable (select Transfer files) and copy the APK to your phone. One reason to use a third-party app store on Android is that certain apps don't meet Google Play's terms and requirements, but that doesn't mean they're risky or dangerous.