Some of Android application aren’t hosted on the Play Store. This means you’ve to sideload them for you to enjoy their incredible functionality. However, without the Google Play Store, these apps are never automatically updated. So the only option you are left with is scouring the internet for the latest version when you need a bugfix.
Fortunately, the issue of having to download a version now and then is finally over. Developer rumboalla has created an application that will scour the internet for you. This app will then give you a notification every time your sideloaded applications has an update. The app download updates from APKPure, APKMirror or even Google Play Store. The app makes it possible for you to easily for you to update all of the unofficial applications easily in a few steps.
First, download APKUpdater app, hit the Download complete notification and then click ‘Install’ when prompted.
You also have to adjust some of the APKUpdater’s settings. To do that, tap on the gear icon in the top-right corner. Check the box under the option ‘Skip experimental builds’ to make sure the application does not download the alpha or beta versions and then ‘Check for Updates’ option. This enables you to tell the application how frequently you want it to check for updates.
At the bottom of the menu, enable additional application sources. These are sites where the app will occasionally check for updated version of your sideloaded application.
Update the sideloaded applications
With everything now set up, you can now relax because the application will check for new versions of your installed applications in the background. Once it finds an updated, it sends a notification – just click to proceed. The select any application that needs to be updated and you are taken directly to the site where you can easily download an updated version of this APK. Take the APK, launch it and then tap ‘Install’ and your sideloaded application will now be running the newest version in seconds.
Source: Downloader APK
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