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Installing apps on Android is relatively straightforward with the Android Market. You search for an app, select it and click install. However, there are often times when you may want to install a newly released app or an app that is not available in the Android Market. In these cases you will usually have to manually download and install an .apk file. An .apk file behaves in a similar manner to a “.exe” file on Windows, you need to copy it to your device and run it.
Warning: Downloading Paid Apps is probably illegal and we don’t advise you to do this, this is for informational purposes ONLY! For those of you who want to install paid Android apps for FREE, there’s actually a rather simple way, as Ray has pointed out here using his Droid: Basically what you do is do a Google search for any .apk files.