Take a quick look at GetJar a third party AppStore that features a selection of paid Android Applications for free download. To download the GetJar AppStore to your phone go to m.getjar.com on your phone, select quick download at the bottom of the screen and enter the code they provide.We feel this is the best alternative for the andriod store.
|Opera Mobile Store App|
2.Opera Mobile Store:
Visiting mobilestore.opera.com on a mobile device will auto-direct you to the relevant section, with a decent number of Android apps already up and available for download should you pop in via an Android phone.
Clicking on download links saves the APK to your phone, which you then have to install manually. And the web app hides the Notifications bar on our HTC Desire, making you quit the browser to find your download. It’s a more complex solution than using the Android Market.
However we rate this store at number 2.
SlideME Android App is a utility to offer Android Developers an alternative to Google’s Official Android Market. Both free and paid apps can be found there. The resource is great for finding those apps either not listed or not permitted in the Android Market. The SAM app offers slight improvements over the official Market such as numerous screenshots versus 2, longer description field versus 325 characters and can associate YouTube videos.But for the less apps in place, we rate it at number 3.
Nexva have huge collection of multi platform apps including android. It will allow you to select handset so we will have sorted apps according to our mobile. On the home page apps are properly organized into different categories. It contain both paid and free apps.
Compared to the clean, minimalist look of the Android Market, the Handango Android app site is downright ugly. Most of the apps here aren’t free, but you still might find something you’ll want to try. Some that look interesting include the GoogHelper which helps you launch various types of internet searches, the Fast Food Calorie Counter, for healthy eating on the go, or the an all-in-one IM app for instant messaging via AIM, iChat, MSN/Live Messenger, ICQ, Yahoo!, Jabber, and Google Talk.
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