Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by vey6whpgybtg, Jul 1, 2010.
Is there a similar website like Apptrackr, except for Android?
Don't know what AppTrackr is, but check out AppBrain to see if it's what you're looking for.
AppBrain sucks. I'm looking for something similar to Apptrackr, where you can try out apps that can be found from Itunes, before buying them from Itunes.
Well on Android if you don't like an app you paid for just uninstall it and they give you your money back. Easy as pie.
My opinion is that the site someone mentioned does NOT offer the same functionality as apptrackr for iphone. That's the truth.
No one has provided an answer, so my question was valid. I didnt know of any such site, and no one replied with a site that's close enough to apptrackr (for iphone).
My question is still not answered. BTW, I have an HTC Evo with no sprint service because i got it free from google with 30-day free sprint, and let it expire.
Hey vey6whpgybtg, android already has something better built in. When you pay for an app on the android market then you have 24 hours to play with it, if you uninstall it within those 24 hours you do not get charged.
As mentioned previously, the Market already has that facility built-in. Install any app and you have 24hrs to decide whether you want to keep using it before your payment goes through. Uninstall it within that 24hrs and you receive a full refund instantly.
See above. Maybe we'e missing something here, but the Android Market already appears to provide exactly what you're looking for? If not please be more specific as to your requirements.
I love Apptrackr site. I've been looking for something is similar to that site for Android but haven't found one yet. With Apptrackr, you can download apps/games and install them on jailbroken iPhones without paying for them. Android Market on the other hand, will only let you try apps/games for 24 hours and get full refund if you don't like them. BUT you can't keep/share with others for free.
Apptrackr is illegal... and its against the rules here to talk about pirated apps. This is definitely not the place to be asking... Back when i had an iphone, i did use apptrackr occasionally to try out paid apps but with android they give you a day to get a full refund. So unless you want to get paid apps for free, there is no reason you would need a site like apptrackr.
app tracker is not illeagal, it watches for all the apps that are new or have recently gone on sale and dropped their price to a set minimum or FREE. It is an awesome program to help you save money and time, especially if you are looking for a specific app ... we all know the developers offer sales or free days, but finding them isn't always easy, AppTracker does it for you!
He's (or she) is not talking about App Tracker, but Apptrackr, which allows you to download pirated programs on iPhones that have been jailbroken. That is against forum rules.