There are thousands of apps available for free legally for iPhone, iPad, iPod and android users. These apps may be completely free, or they may be trials, demos, or lite versions of full paid products. Taking advantage of free apps can save you a lot of money in the long run, and they can be downloaded directly from the App Store.
Apps are a big part of what makes a smartphone a smartphone. They are small programs, ranging from simple tools to elaborately designed video games, that can be added to your touchscreen device to make it more useful and entertaining. Follow the steps below to learn how to find and install free apps for the smartphone operating system (OS) of your choice.
Method1:iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch Apps
Before you get any free apps, it is essential that you have iTunes on your computer, or the App Store app on your phone. Amanbo APP also can be downloaded for free at http://app.amanbo.com
Ø Be sure to get the correct version of iTunes for your operating system.
Ø Once you've downloaded iTunes, find the download and double click on it to open and run the installation program.
Ø The App Store app should come preloaded on your device. Tap to open it.
2.Find the App Store. Open iTunes and look at the sidebar on the left to find the “iTunes Store” link. Click the link to load the store inside iTunes.
Ø Once the store is loaded, look at the dark bar along the top of the window and click the “App Store” button.
Ø You don't need to do this if you're browsing from the App Store app on your device.
3.Download your app. Once you've found a free app you want, be sure your device is linked to your computer and click the gray button on the description page to download the app. Sync your device to complete the process.
Ø If you're browsing from your device, simply tap the gray button to download it directly.
Ø You can check the apps you've downloaded by clicking the Apps category in the left sidebar of iTunes, below the Music category.
Ø If syncing doesn't seem to work, try dragging icons from the Apps category directly onto the name of your device, displayed in the left sidebar.
1.Decide how to shop. This guide is primarily designed for adding apps from your computer to a linked Android device.
Ø Connect your device to your computer before you begin, unless using your device to shop.
Ø If you're shopping with the Google Play Store (aka Android Market) app on your device, the process is simpler. Tap the icon to get started.
Ø From the menu on the left, select Android Apps.
3.Browse free apps by “Top Free” category on the left side of the screen. Click “All Top Free Apps” at the bottom of the category to view the most popular free Android apps. Your results will be limited to the top 480 most popular free apps.
4.Browse popular free apps by category. If you have some idea of what you want, click the “Categories” tab at the top left of the screen to see a list of categories, including several game categories and a long list of non-game categories.
Ø Choose the category you're interested in.
Ø Look for the tab that reads “Top Free” in the middle of the screen, near the top, next to the “Top Paid” tab.
Ø Click the tab to browse the top 480 free apps for the category you chose.
5.Search by name. If you know the name of the app you want, use the search bar to look for it directly. Enter the name of the app into the bar and hit enter.
6.Download your app. Click the gray “Install” button to retrieve the app. If you haven't accessed the store with your device before, you will be prompted to do so now.
Ø Once the store knows what device you're using, download the app. It should install directly to your phone.