Mirror Apk Over the past month or two, you may have noticed a change in our “APK Download” posts. Previously, we used to go through the daunting process of first admitting to hunting the desired APK we wanted and then uploading it to a selection of different mirroring services, each with their own interface, There are advertising concerns and other questions. In fact, we’ve changed the mirror service several times due to intermittent advertising or other issues.
In an effort to keep things simple, and perhaps fun, we created the Mirror Apk. Over the past several months, we’ve been working to create a smooth, reliable, reliable site for hosting downloaders and maintaining the full experience in the AP family. After a soft start, we thought it would be a good idea for those who want a more regular introduction to the mirror, which may not have been discovered yet.
When a new APK hits, the most important thing for download seekers is to get it faster. We’ve made sure that the Mirror Apk is faster and faster, and responds to whatever device you’re going through. The launch of the site was fast, but after Google’s new calendar app was affected, we ran into some serious traffic that consumed the download speed, so further improvements were made. Moving forward, users enjoy a seamless download.
The site also stays out of your way. This ad is supported, but we do not use pop-ups, pop-unders, or any other nasty trick or interrupting ad.
The Mirror Apk also has Pushbullet integration – If you want to keep an eye out for new APKs (automatically), Pushbullet can do all the heavy lifting for you.
Users can subscribe to different levels, including all new APKs, all APKs from a specific developer, or just APKs for the specific app they select.
For actually using the site? It is easy. We want to make sure users always get what they want in a few clicks, so at the bottom of the latest upload, Google Apps (the most popular category) is featured on the front page. We also have a list of the most popular downloads in the sidebar so you don’t miss anything interesting. In most places where the app lists appear, users can also find instant information about downloads and a link to the post discussing the update.
To upload an APK for the community, just hit FAB in the right corner (or the cloud icon, if you’re on mobile). A form will appear, in which you can drag files, tell us what’s new, and hit upload. When all is clear, you can dismiss the dialog and get back to business. Once we have approved the APK, you will receive a quick note to confirm.
If you’re downloading, no need to worry if you’re catching the latest version of an app – we’ll let you know. Each version of the given app is listed on its download page, providing instant access to the latest – or most recent – upload.
Of course, we’re aware of the dangers of running a site that provides downloads of user-uploaded content, especially when that content is installed on your device. To keep things safe, the app staff checks every APK that has been uploaded to make sure it’s the real deal. To make sure there is no tampering, we also have an automated signature check that will match the app’s signature to the original. In addition, MD5 and SHA1 values are clearly presented to the user (with useful compatibility information) in case any downloads go wrong.
For those interested in details, there are notable pairs. For starters, APKM supports IPv6.
And remember earlier when I said that we improved the way we handle traffic on the site. Prior to the increase in traffic, which I mentioned, APKM did not use CDN to transmit content to users. However, since that spike, we have enabled Cloud Flyer for the site, which describes itself as a “reverse proxy” for our clients’ sites, standing between the original host and the user on its own. Acts as a powerful CDN. This means that users should not experience excessive download drag during heavy traffic.
Most importantly, we haven’t been to APKM yet. We’ve got viable service right now, and we’ll be reiterating both on design (I have a lot to work on!) And future functionality in the near future. In fact, we’ve added another new feature today – the ability to view the full list of recent uploads in an inverted historical setting.
The work may or may not even have an APK mirror app. I can’t give any details of the proposed app right now, but it’s under consideration, and I can say that – if it looks light – it will have a well thought out, well-rounded design and a great feature list. ۔