QooApp Alternatives

    QooApp is described as 'alternative market for Asian video games that lets you download tons of Android games directly to your smartphone or tablet. You'll find games inspired by Saint Seiya, Dragon Ball, One Piece, and Naruto, just to name a few well-known franchises' and is an app in the Online Services category. There are more than 50 alternatives to QooApp for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, Android, Android Tablet, Windows and Kindle Fire. The best alternative is F-Droid, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like QooApp are Google Play Store (Free), Aurora Store (Free, Open Source), Aptoide (Free, Open Source) and APKPure (Free).

    This page was last updated Jul 21, 2021

    1. The F-Droid Repository is an easily-installable catalogue of free and open source apps for Android. With F-Droid, it's easy to browse and install apps on your device, and keep track of updates.
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    2. Google Play (formerly the Android Market) is an online store by Google for Android devices. Browse and search for apps, books, and movie rentals from your web browser or Android device.
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      Almost everyone thinks Google Play Store is a great alternative to QooApp.


    3. 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.
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    4. Aptoide is a distributed marketplace for mobile applications which runs on the Android operating system. In Aptoide, unlike the default Google Play Store, there is not a unique and centralized store but each user manages their own store.
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    5. APKPure is a totally free APK downloader for Android phone and tablet. Download apk directly from Android market even without Google play store account.
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    6. The project's aim is to promote free and open source software on the Android platform. Fossdroid takes its data from F-Droid, but organizes apps in an attractive, Google Play-like arrangement with the ability to view apps by popularity.
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    7. In an effort to make things easy, and maybe even fun, AndroidPolice.com created APK Mirror. Over the past several months, they've been working to build a smooth, reliable, trust-worthy site to host the downloads users love. You also can upload APKs to the site yourself.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Android
      • Android Tablet
      An alternative client app to browse the F-Droid repository.
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    8. AppBrain is a website which makes sense out of the high number of apps available in the Google Play Store.
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    9. Uptodown is an international download site for mobile apps and desktop software. It was created on December 20, 2002, and is based in Málaga, Spain.
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