In terms of Android applications, there’s life beyond the Google Play Store. Many users of the most used operating system in the world are aware that certain types of applications have to be downloaded from other unofficial repositories.
XDA Labs from XDA-Developers is an Android application that includes an application store with developments uploaded by the system’s own users as well as other downloadable material and information sorted by tabs, with a major advantage for developers: they receive 100% of the profits generated by the sales of their apps, unlike on Google Play, in which case they only receive a 70%.
An app store and much more thanks to XDA
Includes a News tab where XDA includes the latest information and posts written in XDA-Developers.
The application store includes all the apps uploaded by developers affiliated to XDA-Developers and only requires a free account on the service to download them.
The app includes a section with several wallpapers that we can download to both our Android device or our posts if we write on XDA.
Furthermore, it also includes support for Xposed modules that can be comfortably installed in a matter of seconds on rooted devices. We’re talking about modules that offer us endless options to customize our mobile operating system.