You will be able to access most of the apps for free. However, some of the apps may come as demos or trial-ware, meaning that, once you have downloaded the app, you may be asked to create an account, choose a subscription level, or make a purchase to gain access to all the features.
We strive to make our site a safe place where you can download all your favorite apps. In fact, we only link to official websites, stores, and other reliable sources. However, as we do not develop these apps ourselves, we cannot guarantee whether they have been built 100% securely. Downloading these apps from official sources is already a big step in the right direction, though!
We recommend not to download installable files from app portal sites. Giving users direct access to installable files like APKs or EXEs without linking to the developer’s website is not fair towards the developer’s work. In addition, app portal sites may not offer the latest version of the files, meaning that you will miss out on bug fixes and new features.
Most of the time, you will be able to cancel a subscription through the official vendor or any other reliable websites that offer the download.
The good news is that cancelling mobile apps’ subscriptions is super easy. In fact, all subscriptions can be cancelled via the Play Store and the App Store. Please take a look at the links below to learn more:
If the app required for you to set up an account, you will find the login page on the official developers’ site. This site should also give you the option to reset your password should you need to. We also recommend you check your inbox for any emails you may have received from the app developer in the past. Most of the initial correspondence may include access details to the app.
No, you will not receive an installable file. Downloading apps outside of the official store is never a good idea. For example, on mobile, you should always use the Play Store for Android and the App Store for iOS.
For desktop apps, we always aim to link to the official Apple and Microsoft stores, as they offer excellent security standards. However, if the app is not available from these stores, rest assured that you will be sent to its official website or git repo.
When it comes to Chrome browser extensions, we will never link to any site other than the official Chrome Web Store. We encourage you to never add extensions to your browser through unofficial channels. These channels may compromise your privacy and security. We also recommend that you follow the same advice for any other browsers.