Although downloading apps on your phone is perhaps one of the simplest things you can do. Whether you’re using an Android or an iPhone, you just have to go to the respective store for apps, find the app you’re looking for, and download it.
However, what if there’s a paid app on one of the stores that you want but you can’t have it because it’s paid? Well, normally, you’d pay for the app, but if you want to go the other way, and use a hacked/cracked app, that’s another way too.
The good thing is that there’s a 3rd party app store known as the Tutuapp, this is a Chinese app store that has been in the use for quite some time, and has a pretty good following. It basically has a lot of hacked apps, as well as freemium apps that a person can download and use.
However, there are some mistakes that you need to avoid when downloading apps on your phone. Let’s have a look at them.
Downloading From an Untrusted Source
If you don’t want your overall experience to be bad, and you want to make sure there’s no malicious app that renders your phone useless, or creates some other issues, always download apps that are from trusted sources, that’s because it won’t create any issues.
The most common mistake that people make here is download the apps from sources they have never heard of and even the links that look suspicious as soon as they open on their own. So in order to make sure it doesn’t happen, use your phone’s default app store, or if you’re looking for something more than that, you can always go for Tutuapp as well because it’s definitely trusted.