10 best Android Apps which are not available on Google Play Store

10 best Android Apps which you should have on your smartphone but are not available on Google Play

As you may already know, there are more than a million Android apps on Google Play which cater to your different needs. But there are some great apps which you should have on your Android smartphone because they are not available on Google Play. The reasons for this are various, prominent among them is that most of them violate Google’s terms. If you are one of those who loves to experiment,  you can always grab APK files for these Apps and install them on your smartphone.

These apps are easy to install, so long as you know where to find them. Remember that in most cases you won’t be alerted when they are updated, so it’s a good idea to check back with the download location from time to time to ensure you’re always running the latest version. Also to install these APKs on your Android smartphone/tablet, be sure to enable Install from Unknown Sources from Settings.

#1 VideoMix

10 best Android Apps which are not available on Google Play Store

This is the best App that will let you stream videos, TV shows and lots more for free of cost. Also, there will be no need to sign up or register in this App, just open the app search for your favorite movies and start streaming.

#2 Blackmart Alpha

10 best Android Apps which are not available on Google Play StoreThe app well known as a black market provides you all the cool apps for free of cost. The apps that are paid on Google Play store are available at free of cost there.Also in this app, you will get the apk file instead of the installed file.

#3 Lucky Patcher [root]

 Lucky Patcher [root]
Lucky Patcher is an App that allows you to modify other Android apps in various ways. You’ll need a rooted device to harness all the features of Lucky Patcher. You can run several actions with this App such as removing license verification for premium apps, modifying APK files, and backing up/restoring apps. It’s better to make a full backup of your Apps and data before using this App as it can possibly lead to loss of data.



TubeMate is a very popular YouTube downloader app which is obviously not allowed on the Play Store due to Google restrictions. It also supports downloading video from other websites such as Facebook, Vimeo, and DailyMotion among others. While the interface is a little clunky and riddled with ads, it works very well for what it’s worth and allows you to download videos in a variety of formats and resolutions.

You are advised to download the APK for Tubemate only for the above link, as there are a lot of fake, infected TubeMate APKs available online. Another alternative to TubeMate is Videoder which has an attractive interface but slower download speeds.



MiXPlorer is one of the best Android file managers out there with a very neat user interface and plenty of features that should appeal to both casual and power users alike. For one, it offers tab support and a dual panel mode on big screens which helps if you’re working with several folders at once. You can also access your cloud files with up to seventeen services to select from including all the popular ones such as Google Drive, Dropbox, MEGA, andOnedrive.

MiXPlorer also supports root access for advanced operations, advanced search functions, and a very customisable user interface. Overall, it’s a very well-rounded file manager you can get for free that doesn’t have ads.



F-droid is the market for free and open-source Android software. Downloading the F-droid client makes it easy for you to search for and install open-source apps, and it also helps you keep track of updates on your device. It’s highly recommended for open-source enthusiasts.

#8 Amazon App Store

Amazon App Store
The giant shopping network has their own App store where you can find a huge collection of free apps that you may not get in the Google Play store that is why it is also known as the best alternative to Google Play Store. You can also download Amazon Underground from Amazon App store. This app gives you all the usual shopping features along with access to the Amazon Appstore. More importantly, it includes Underground Apps, a selection of $20,000 worth of apps, games, and in-app purchases available for free.

Popcorn Time


Popcorn Time allows you to watch movies and TV Shows on your Android device either by streaming or downloading to watch offline. There are literally thousands of high-quality movies here, and you can either search for specific titles or browse the available collections.

XPosed Framework Installer


Installing a custom ROM is one way to modify your Android device, but you don’t really need to do so if you just want to modify a few things here and there. The XPosed Framework allows you to modify your existing system without going through the hassle of installing a custom ROM. It is for root-level users only, and there is a wide range of mods and tweaks that can be applied to your device, but be careful. Do backup your data before using the Xposed Framework or its components.

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