1. NameAlrdytaken's Avatar
    I've been searching for certain apps that are compatible with my tablet. It's weird, but google play store says that this device is not compatible with this version. I see no other way to search for various versions there. Someone recommended iapktop.com. I've never heard of it nor can I find any reviews or references to it. I found that it does indeed have the apps compatible with my tablet that I've been looking for. I'm just wondrin' if this site is safe.
    10-05-2012 04:43 PM
  2. anon(847090)'s Avatar
    I dont think its legal because it let you download paid apps for free..

    This is how people get virus and stuffs.. I would say No.
    10-05-2012 06:24 PM
  3. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Not all apps are optimized to be on all devices. Google won't allow you to install an app on your tablet if it isn't optimized for tablet use, because they can't guarantee that it will work, and they also can't guarantee that it won't screw things up. It is possible to find APK files elsewhere, but you definitely take a risk if you download APKs from unvetted sources.
    10-05-2012 06:45 PM

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