App Stores

A brief guide to help you download apps onto your mobile device in a variety of formats. Links direct you to places where you can search for apps on your own!

Mac-logoApple–iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch

Click the App Store icon on your iOS device (iPhone/Pad/Touch) and search. You can download direct on your device if you are connected to the internet. Using your computer to download apps? You must download iTunes, go to iTunes and select “store” to view the App Store on line. Download and sync to your device.

AppShopper– comprehensive search of iTunes store in abstract form that gives price, description and last date of update. Indispensable search engine for iOS devices or Mac. You can also download the free AppShopper app for your mobile device to keep up with most popular apps, pricing changes and updates.

Android

Instruction on how to download, install and/or remove Android Apps.

Google play (largest store for Android market)

AndroLib

Amazon Android App store

AndroidZoom

nook-logoNook 

As of May 2013,  if you’ve bought Google Play apps for another Android device, they’ll be downloaded to your Nook at no extra charge. if something’s available for Android, it’s now available for Nook, assuming it’s compatible from a technical standpoint. Among other things, that means you’ll be able to install Amazon’s Kindle app on a Nook and read books you’ve purchased from Amazon. Apps you bought from Barnes & Noble will be marked with an “n” label (for Nook). See this article.

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kindleFire

How To Run Almost Any Android App on the Kindle Fire

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Instruction on how to download,install and/or uninstall BlackBerry Apps from BlackBerry App World

BlackBerry App World

EBS app developer

windows-phone-logo

To install apps, go to Windows store to shop for apps and then click Install button for the apps you choose. To re-install previously purchased apps, follow this link.

Windows Store

2 Comments on “App Stores”

  1. Yvan
    October 18, 2013 at 11:21 pm #

    On my laptop at home I can connect with your site, no problem. But when I go the a free Wifi at the local libraly with my new Samsung phone and try to connect to catholicapps.world.press it return to say that your site is disconnected. Where is the problem? How can I down load some of the catholic apps for my Android phone? I cannot do it through my laptop as I understand the apps have to install directly to the phone.

    • Catholic Apps
      October 18, 2013 at 11:37 pm #

      Thank you for your feedback and for your interest in this site. Everything appears to be running appropriately on my end. I wonder if the wi-fi source has blocked sites of this nature. Have you tried accessing at another wi-fi access spot? Libraries are notorious for blocking all kinds of material on the web.

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