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Sadly, no. Android apps cannot work on java phones.
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Depends on what you're looking for. Some popular time waster games are the Angry Birds franchise, card games like Solitaire and poker and hidden object games. Utility apps (th…ose which aim to improve your daily life or phone's function) are also popular. Office tools to view and edit documents, file managers, swype keyboard, daily weather etc. My personal favorite is Could You Survive: Zombies. You can sort in the Google Play market by category, free or paid, new etc in order to find the ones you would be most interesting in.
It doesnt depend on android it depends on the phone company and space that one can have in that phone. Mobile manufacturing company decides the that what is memory limit of ou…r smartphone
Simply go the Android market web and open the link of that app again. On the main page of that app you will see a button to uninstall that app. Basically you can uninstall ap…ps in three ways. You can either use some app dedicated just for that (e.g. Easy Uninstaller) or use your in-built stock app manager.
Go to Settings -> Applications (the exact name of this point differs for each phone, and even each ROM, but they should all mention 'Applications' in the title.) -> Manage App…lications. Find the one you're looking for, and choose Uninstall.
No, They are 2 Different Operating Systems so they both need different things for Software to work on them, If the App that is on Android is in the App Store, You can download… it there.
This depends on the developer. Sometimes a developer will develop applications exclusively for Android or exclusively for iOS. But you can usually find the same app or a simil…ar app regardless of whether you own an iPhone or an Android phone. As for running an app built for iOS on Android, no. Android uses Java for its apps and iOS uses Objective C. Very different programming languages.
There are both free and paid apps available for android phones.
Yes. Android have their own format of apps (.apk) and they can only be run on android. Unless you have an android emulator on your computer.
The Application is not Compatible . Phone is not Supporting thy App. Application is not installed properly. No enough space in phone memory to run it. Are major sympto…ms of termination of a application.
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Go to the Google Play Market (a preinstalled widget on your android phone) and select the app you'd like. From there, just press download and it will d/l and install it on you…r phone.
They cannot use Java apps themselves, though the programming language they run- Dalvik- is closely related to Java.
In Android OS
I am answering your question by assuming you are trying to ask How does Android App store download apps over your device, so what happens is you must be having a gmail account… which is used over the Google PlayStore, when you tap over any app you want to download its associated with your Gmail account. And by the time if you some how remove the app it still stays at your history over the Gmail account you used to make purchase.
You need a file management app for any Android phone,e.g. File Expert, ES File Explorer.