What’s an APK file?
APK (application package files) are a compressed single-file package of an Android app. The APK must be executed once (by tapping on the file) for the application to be installed and able to run on the Android device.
Allow application installs from “unknown sources”
Next you need to let your phone install any APK file, not just the one downloaded on the officiel App stores. or get .Apk file from Apps2apk.com.
Android 2.x: Go to Settings > Applications > tick “Unknown sources“
Android 4.x: Go to Settings > Security > tick “”Unknown sources“.
If present, you can also tick “Verify apps” for Android to check whether the app you’re trying to install might be dangerous.
Security warning: in any case we recommend you to be extremely careful about the apps you download, as installing pirated applications can easily result in your Android device getting a virus or a malware. Only download legal APK files from trusted websites ( Apps2apk.com.).
Install APK with the file manager
Launch the app, locate your Download folder (or wherever you saved your APK) and tap on them to install them. Once the installation process complete, the icon will appear in your application list. This process is also known as “sideloading”.
That’s it! Once again, respect the work of the developers (don’t steal!) and be careful about what apps you install if you don’t want to damage your phone or your data.