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I had no problems downloading the app with the extension (find attached). Is it labeled as compatible with your device in the play store?
Originally Posted by abarax
Sadly, it still doesn't support most of the apps I attempt to download. Here's a list:
That's just a few.
I'm thinking that Google corrected some of the coding in Chrome as it regards to the Play Store to prevent people from downloading apps that WILL work with your devices, but still declare them incompatible.
I was able to download the apps that are labeled as compatible in play store. The Huffington Post and the CNN link were for Tablets only, so they failed. But when I tried their apps for phones, I was able to download those as well.
Originally Posted by scottharris4
How do I know if a free app is supposed to be downloadable?
You can't know. But if you set up everything correct, you can be almost
sure that you can download all apps that are labeled as compatible with your device in Play Store. Me personally
, I never found an app that was labeled as compatible and I was not able to download it via the extension. Whenever it is labeled as compatible, I can download it.
@Felimenta97: There're a few exceptions; for a few apps I was able to download them even though the Play Store said it would be incompatible. However, as said above, a general rule of thumb is that you will be able to download only the apps that are labeled as compatible for your device.
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