Most Android users get their favorite apps and games from the Google Play Store but other market apps are also available.
The main limitation of the Google Play Store is the fact that premium apps and games are locked behind fees. Minecraft is one of the most popular games even on Android devices but only the trial version is available for free. Those that wish to gain access to all the features of the game will have to fork money and while the price is low, it may still be a bit much for those that live in poor countries.
vShare allows user to download Minecraft and other premium apps without spending a dime. The app is safe and easy to use and it is available for both Android and iOS devices. In this article, we will focus on the Android version.
In order to get the app on your device you will have to go through several steps. A comprehensive tutorial can be found below and users will be able to enjoy their desired content in a few minutes after the installation is complete.
Downloading the APK
The APK file can be downloaded securely from the official website. It is no recommended to obtain it from other sources since it may be modified by a malevolent third-party.
Notice: If this is the first time when you install an app from an external source you will have to go to Settings/Security and enable the Unknown Sources option before you try to install the APK. You can skip this step if your device is running Android 8 or better since tapping on the APK file will allow you to directly confirm the installation.
- Find the APK file. It should be located inside the Downloads folder.
- Tap on the file and read the permissions. Tap on agree to continue.
- Confirm the installation and wait for the task to finish.
- Tap on the icon to open the app.
- Enjoy countless apps for free.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.