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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
Hi, just got a new android phone.
Does anyone know where i can download the apps to PC then transfer them over?
i was hoping the android website would let me but it just says its sent to my phone but i dont have unlimited internet or wifi so i cant do it that way without being charged.
anyone know a safe and trusted website which has android apps for download to pc?

Thanks.
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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#1
As most apps are tiny downloads, but then consume a large amount of data when installed, what exactly do you intend to do with your phone to avoid data charges?
#2
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As most apps are tiny downloads, but then consume a large amount of data when installed, what exactly do you intend to do with your phone to avoid data charges?


i only have 500mb of internet....im not sure how fast it will get used.
what do you mean by consume large amounts of data when installed? even something like angry birds?
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#4
500mb is HUGE! Just download whatever you want
#5
ok im just gonna download straight to phone and keep an eye on my useage
banned#6
You can get internet usage apps which let you know how much you have used for the month.

Or if you are after a lot of apps download them through a wireless network if you have 1
#7
Who're you with? If you're with Three, you can access your Remaining Allowance through the mobile.three.co.uk site, so you can keep track of things easily. But, that aside, yeah, 500MB is surprisingly lots. It's 16MB per day, which unless you're streaming music or video, you won't get anywhere near. Do install Opera Mini though, since that compresses inbound webpages, which brings your internet browsing usage down to just a few KB per page.
#8
Also, don't forget that lots of apps once installed are constantly sending and receiving information to the net. You may want to dissable 'background data' in settings\accounts & sync when it's not needed, or at least keep an eye on your data usage.

But as already mentioned, most downloads are very small files anyway, so shouldn't use much bandwidth.

Edited By: Richierea on Mar 08, 2011 16:54
#9
Can you not connect your phone over WiFI? thats what I do when dl big apps, oh just read you dont have unlimited net, so pop into maccy d's and use there free one

Edited By: fridgehead on Mar 08, 2011 17:10
#10
dxx
Who're you with? If you're with Three, you can access your Remaining Allowance through the mobile.three.co.uk site, so you can keep track of things easily. But, that aside, yeah, 500MB is surprisingly lots. It's 16MB per day, which unless you're streaming music or video, you won't get anywhere near. Do install Opera Mini though, since that compresses inbound webpages, which brings your internet browsing usage down to just a few KB per page.


im with orange, i can check it online.
i'll check out opera mini too.
thanks.
#11
Do you mean this? https://market.android.com/

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