Check out the app Aurora. It's like the play store but better for your use case.
I use it for android 6 install on a tinker-board
You can even install apps as a guest (no account required)
If a user has auto-update enabled in the Google Play store, apps will be updated according to:
Developer preference. Developers can specify that only a certain amount of users receive an update to an app, and then, if the update is successful, roll out the update to more users (either all at once, or slowly).
Region. Sometimes specific updates are only ...
Here's a solution for Android:
Turn on the Pin windows feature. (For my phone, it's located in Settings --> Lock screen and security --> Other security settings --> Pin windows.)
When you're about to watch an ad for rewards, pin the app window.
Once the ad ends, it'll try to redirect to google store and fail. Then, you hit the back button, and ...
Don't ask for problem. Ask for solution. Try making two accounts add both to a family group and share both with each. That way you pay once and get both apps on both accounts. Thats what i would do. I recommend sharing with nearby share. (offline)
After hours of trying different things, I realized the problem is that I used Swiftkey. Apparently, third-party keyboards will trigger this issue. So you have to disable any third-party keyboards and use Google keyboard or the default keyboard of your smart phone.
Sau nhiều giờ thử nhiều thứ khác nhau, tôi nhận ra vấn đề là tôi đã sử dụng Swiftkey. Có vẻ như ...