The simple answer: You cannot.
The expanded answer: You cannot, unless the Developer has specified this on their site. You could also email them to ask them.
The developer uses the manifest file of their app to specify certain hardware or software version requirements for their app - Google Play then uses this info so that it doesn't install an app on an incompatible device.
Some examples of what they could put are:
- Minimum Android version
- Maximum Android version
- Hardware requirements
- GPS required
- You need to have an accelerometer
- You need to be able to use portrait/landscape mode
- Geographic location or Google Account country (which can't be changed afaik)
- Cellular Network Provider/Telecommunication Carrier company
If the app uses the NDK and it is built for armv7, you will need an armv7 device.