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Aurora Store is an unofficial, FOSS client to Google's Play Store with an elegant design. Not only does Aurora Store download, update, and search for apps like the Play Store, it also empowers the user with new features.
For those concerned with privacy, Aurora Store does not require Google's proprietary framework (spyware?) to operate; It works perfectly fine with or without GooglePlayService or MicroG. However, those still reliant on those services are welcome to use Aurora Store as well!
While Aurora Store was originally based on Sergei Yeriomin's Yalp store, v3.0 is a clean & complete rewrite from scratch that follows Material Design and runs on all devices running Android 5.0+.
-- Has GPLv3 licence
-- Built upon latest Material Design guidelines
-- You can log in and download with anonymous accounts so you don't have to use your own account
-- You can download purchased apps or access your wishlist by using your own Google account
-- Instantly see trackers an app is hiding in its code
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Doesn't work and there's no direct all download link from the github page. So I managed to track it down to https://labs.xda-developers.com/store/app/in.dragons.galaxy however you need a xda account...See why people do not like Aurora Store 😡 Post your review
It is a great way to access Gplay's apps and it looks better than Yalp
Works great! Allows you to download all the apps from the Play Store without need to have Google account. Does what it promises, is stable, super fast and looks beautiful. What more could you want?
Doesn't work and there's no direct all download link from the github page. So I managed to track it down to https://labs.xda-developers.com/store/app/in.dragons.galaxy however you need a xda account (can create a dummy) so once I did get the apk and tried to install it said there was a problem parcing the package
You can get it with f-droid.org