原帖由： Albert ,
You can simply use the Play Store app. '''Note:''' ''You won’t see incompatible apps when searching via Google Play on your Android smartphone or tablet. They just won’t appear in the search results.'' Android is an open-source platform and, thus, you have more options than you do with something like iOS. One of those freedoms is the ability to install third-party apps from outside of the Google Play Store. It’s not a practice we recommend because the Play Store has so many security measures. However, for whatever reason, you want to install something from somewhere else. You can definitely still do that. There are two ways to install third-party apps without the Google Play Store. The first is through third-party app stores like F-Droid, Amazon’s App Store, and others. The second method is finding APKs from websites and manually installing them. '''Note:''' ''Android devices include a build.prop file that identifies the model of the device. if you have a [link|https://www.minitool.com/android-recovery/how-to-root-your-android-device.html|rooted Android device], you can edit the build.prop file and make your device appear to be another device entirely. This will allow you to install apps that are marked as compatible with the other device.''