Is your phone an essential part of your life, helping you pass the time, get work done, and even allowing you to avoid human interaction? Do you often find yourself wanting to get newer and newer apps to stay on top of things? Well, look no further than GetJar, your one-stop shop for everything app-related. Visit www.getjar.com now to find everything you could ever hope to have on your phone.
How to Download Apps from GetJar
To download apps from GetJar, follow the simple procedure given below:
- Turn on your computer and open the browser you prefer to use.
- At the top of the page, type the following web address in the address bar:www.getjar.com.
- This will open GetJar’s main page. Here, you can browse through the top and newest apps, or you can browse the apps according to categories by clicking “Categories”.
- The categories include Games, Social & Messaging, Productivity, Entertainment, Education, Finance, Food, Health, Lifestyle, Maps, Music, News & Weather, Personalization, Photos, Religion, Search, Shopping, Sports, Tools, Travel, Wallpaper, Widgets, and Adult.
- Click on the category you wish to browse.
- Next, select the app you want to download.
- On the main page for the app, you will find the app’s screenshots and a “Download” option. Click on “Download”.
- This will give you the Quick Download code to install the app on your phone.
- Next, visit www.getjar.com on your mobile device.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page, and click “Quick Download”.
- Enter the Quick Download code you received on your computer to download the app.
- Once the app has been downloaded, go to your mobile’s Settings and navigate to Security.
- Select “Unknown Sources (Allow installation of apps from unknown sources)”. Click OK on the pop-up that appears.
- Then, pull down your notification pane or navigate to your Downloads, and select the .apk file of the app you downloaded.
- Tap on this file to install the app.
Dana Anspach is a Certified Financial Planner and an expert on investing and retirement planning. She is the founder and CEO of Sensible Money, a fee-only financial planning and investment firm.