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How To Download Paid Android Apps Free

I am using android phone and i want to download some paid apps but could not found any place from where i can get free downloading can anyone inform me about free apps store.

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Never do this. Here's why.
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Hi, Thanks a lot i have read this link but it is still not effective once again thanks.

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The link works here. Here's the highlights.

Because there are bad folk out there they will take a paid app, crack it then infect it then put it up on a free download site.

In the past it was just going to take your contact and passwords and send them to the bad guys. It's far worse now.

"Researchers have uncovered a new type of Android adware that's virtually impossible to uninstall. The adware exposes phones to potentially dangerous root exploits and masquerades as one of thousands of different apps from providers such as Twitter, Facebook, and even Okta, a two-factor authentication service.

The researchers have found more than 20,000 samples of trojanized apps that repackage the code or other features found in official apps available in Google Play and then are posted to third-party markets."


What this means is that for most the loss is more than the data but the device is now lost.

Can you afford this? Most can't. And I didn't even broach the subject of piracy.

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