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Download apps that are not available in your country

Have you ever seen some apps on your Play Store that you're unable to download because it's not available in your country? Well, it's a problem that's present in almost almost every countries. We'll take the example of the famous Pokemon Go, which is only available in some countries. But you can still download it from APK Mirror or from Google Play Store itself.




You'll need:
1) Your Android Device with Android Version higher than 4.4. You can check it out by clicking here.
2) Hotspot Shield VPN Proxy. An android app available on the Play Store for free.

What's a VPN?

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. This technology helps people from all over the world, to browse the internet in a secure way. It also makes sure, you're anonymous and safe from hackers.


Steps:


  • To begin, go to your play store and download an app called Hotspot Shield VPN Proxy
  • Download the app and install it on your android device. We'll use a VPN to download the game Pokemon Go.


  • Once you've installed the app, you can open it and tap on the CONNECT button, making sure the country it's connecting to is the US.
  • This will create a VPN connection and don't worry, this will keep your mobile activities anonymous and secure.


  • After connecting, Go to your Application Manager.
  • Your application manager will be in settings. Then slide to the 'All' tab, and scroll down until you see Google Play Store. Tap on it.


  • Force Stop it and Clear data


  • You're done!!!!
  • Just Open your play store and you should be having the app you were searching for. 
    In our case, we'll just type Pokemon Go and download it.

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