If you're an Android user, you know that the Google Play Store is the go-to place for downloading apps. But what if you want to access apps that aren't available on the Play Store, such as the eClass parent app download? Fortunately, there are ways to install apps on Android without Google Play. Sideloading is the process of downloading apps from outside of the Google Play Store. This can be done by downloading an APK file (Android installation package format) and installing it manually. To do this, you'll need to give your device permission to install apps from unknown sources.
You can also access third-party app stores, such as the Galaxy Store, to download your favorite apps without having to install one. Additionally, some apps provide their 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. One of the benefits of using APKs is that you can find older, much smaller, and more resource-efficient versions of applications that have an exaggerated size and hardware requirements in current versions without a very serious improvement. It's important to note that while Android and Google Play are linked, you can download and manage certain applications on an Android device without using Google Play.
However, it's important to be aware that some app stores, such as Amazon Appstore and Humble Bundle, are not available because they download other applications.