APK Updater

APKUpdater is an open source tool that simplifies the process of finding updates for your installed apps.
It provides similar functionality to an app store, but instead of depending on a single source, it aggregates the results from APKMirrorAptoideF-Droid and GitHub.

The 3.x branch is a full rewrite using modern technologies like Jetpack ComposeFlow and WorkManager


  • Update Sources: Find updates from APKMirrorAptoideF-Droid and GitHub.
  • Search Sources: Find new apps to install from APKMirrorAptoideF-Droid and GitHub.
  • Schedule background update checks and receive a notification when updates are found.
  • Supports Android 7.0 (24) to Android 14 (34).
  • Supports Android TV.
  • Material Design 3 with DarkLight and System theme support.
  • Supports Material You on Android 12+.
  • Direct install of updates for sources that support it.
  • Supports installs without user interaction on Android 12+.
  • Root install of updates.
  • No ads. No tracking.
  • Languages: English, Spanish, Dutch, German, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Romanian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish.

(APK at the bottom of the page)

1. From the Main Menu scroll to hover over Settings.

hover over settings

2. Click My Fire TV.

click my fire tv

3. Choose Developer Options.

choose developer options

4. Click Apps from Unknown Sources.

click apps from unknown sources

5. Choose Turn On.

choose turn on

6. Go to About — Network and confirm your IP Address

Install the APK from the link below


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See the process in action here