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FAQ on Downloading Apps
Q: What is the Google Play Store?
A: The Google Play Store is the official app store for Android devices. It allows you to browse and download apps, games, books, movies, TV shows and more.
Q: What is the Apple App Store?
A: The Apple App Store is the exclusive app store available on iOS devices like iPhones and iPads. It offers apps, games and other content developed specifically for Apple’s mobile operating systems.
Q: How do I open the Google Play Store?
A: On Android devices, open the Google Play Store app. It will be pre-installed and listed with your other apps. If you can’t find it, search for “Play Store” in the app menu or use the Google app to search for “Play Store”.
Q: How do I open the Apple App Store?
A: On iOS devices, open the App Store app. It will be pre-installed and located on the home screen. You can also access it from the iOS Settings menu.
Q: How do I search for apps?
A: In both stores, use the search bar at the top to find apps by name, category or keyword. You can also browse featured or top charts categories.
Q: How do I download and install an app?
A: For both stores, locate the app you want then tap the “Get” or “Install” button. The app will begin downloading then automatically launch a popup to complete installation.
Q: How do I update apps?
A: Both stores will notify you of app updates and automatically update apps over WiFi. You can also go to the store’s “Updates” section to manually update apps as needed.
Q: Is it safe to download from these app stores?
A: Yes, the Google Play Store and Apple App Store have moderation policies to scan for malicious apps before publishing. However, only download from trusted developers for best security.