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How to try Play Store apps before buying them

Play Store is a huge repository of quality apps and games, some are free and some are paid. Certainly, if the apps are free, you don’t waste a second to try that app but what if one or the other app you are interested in is paid? Would you give it a shot without any hassle? What if the app for which you paid is not as interesting as you thought it would be? For you, it’ll be waste of money, Isn’t it? This seems to be a real annoying situation. You’ll mail the developer or file a return to get your hard earned money back if the app does not perform as stated. Isn’t it? Certainly Yes.

Today, at GizmoStorm, we are here with another amazing app that lets you to search, try and then install any app you are interested in. If the desired app meets your expectation after trying, then only go ahead and install it. Saves much time and money and moreover, prohibits unnecessary apps to get downloaded on your smartphones.

*Before you begin, you need :

  • An Android device running 2.2 or higher version.
  • AppSurfer app on your device (PlayStore link).

Moreover, if you doubt the ability of AppSurfer, you can test AppSurfer app itself before installing it to your smartphone by heading over to the link.

AppSurfer is still in it’s initial phase and developer needs to add more apps to the collection. But, the idea is a real trend setter. No waste of money, no waste of time, prohibition of unnecessary apps to be downloaded on your phone. Great concept, Great app.

Do let us know your reaction about AppSurfer  app. Keep subscribed for latest apps at Gizmostorm. For more Android Tutorials, head over to Tutorials  section right away.