How to download Android apps out of country using VPN:

Now a days Android Applications become an important part of our journey, i.e we always need some applications always installed in our smartphone.  it doesn’t matter wherever we are. But do you know that Android Applications have region restriction, i.e you may  not be able to use different applications in different countries. For example, Google map does not works in Chaina.

The world has changed over the last 10-15 years and the original way of releasing products and media has pretty much been obliterated with the uptake in internet use. However even though user interaction has changed, it appears the same antiquated distribution models still loom heavy in many markets. While regional restrictions serve some purpose in some cases, the majority of instances have no merit. Stopping you downloading Android apps out of country is one such case.

What is VPN?

VPN is Virtual Private Network. We can assume VPN like a tunnel. Suppose, you are checking news feed on facebook, here the VPN works as a secure medium between you and the facebook server.

So we can say, A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is a secure tunnel between two or more devices. VPNs are used to protect private web traffic from snooping, interference, and censorship.

How to download?

Step 1: At first you need to download and install a VPN Application on your android phone. It will help you to fake your location to the Google Play Store.

Step 2: Now open the VPN Application and select the country where your desire App is available. After selecting the fake location, connect to the VPN service.

Step 3: Then, go to Settings->Apps->Google Play Store and tap Storage. Go ahead and clear data as well as cache of the app. Then, go back to the app info page and hit Force Stop.

Step 4: After completing the previous step, go to Google Search and search for the app you want to install and tap the Play Store link you get in the search results. If you search directly from the Play Store’s search functionality, you won’t find the app.

Step 5: Now the link will open up in the Play Store. Then, accept the prompts from Play Store and you should see the Install button now, which was previously missing.

Step 6: Click the Install button and Google will first ask you to continue setting up your Play Store account. Select skip and the app should start downloading.

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