Thursday, November 30, 2017


Basically, to Update apps are usually a good thing, something that is supposed and also one features of an Android devices but sometimes there are when it is the vice versa"turn to bad". The latest version of your favorite app might remove a feature you've grown attached to, or it could lead to a drop in performance"some features will be evicted".

However, various improvements and bug fixes that take the newly updated app one step closer to perfection sometimes reduces the performance of the app. This includes additions such as crippleware, new bugs, and much more.

Having noticed such blue in the newly updated version of the app, the best solution you would be left with or rather should I say - to avoid the aforementioned situation would be downgrading to the older version of the app. 

Thus, app downgrading cannot take place in all device, it only required rooted devices for this operation and only with the root access granted can it be able to reinstall the old or previous version. Yes, talking about the previous version - it can't just downgrade automatically when you don't have the previous or old version of the app you want to downgrade in your Android device "you must have the old version".

AppDowner/AppDowngrader helps you to revise or to roll back to a previous version of any app  "if you decide or prefer the older version of an app was better than the newly updated one".
Mny people have questions running in their mind - what's the essence of downgrading instead of uninstalling it asks reinstall their preferred version of the app they wish. The answer is very simple, uninstalling any app in Android device goes of with the data of the app"your saved data will be lost" and to avoid loosing any of your saved data - you must undergo this procedure.Anyways, let's just quickly go in to how to downgrade an Android app.
Requirements and Downloads:
Having been able to provide the above requested files, let's now move into the main steps/procedure.

After installation, launch the app in your Android device and click on Select Apk. And now it'll navigate you to your documents and it's now left for you to choose any file manager you wish to accomplish the task.

Grant access:
Having selected the app you needed to downgrade and before clicking on Install Apk, It'll request for permission to grant root access in your device - then accept permission. 

And now Click on Install Apk for the second time and it'll replace the updated version immediately and a confirmation or successful message will appear, indicating a successful app swipe. 

Note: This app downgrade can lead to the break down of the app or rather malfunctioning if it is not replaced completely, so I suggest that you conduct an app backup by making use of Backup/Restore app which is a system app but if your Android device didn't come with it - you can still get one in the Google play store.

Final word:
Since I realized that i can downgrade any apps in Android phone (install lower version or higher version of any Android app) using android feature "pm install -r -d file.apk" today, I have decided to share with you guys by writing this small and simple article which can be of assistance to you.

However, with this app, everything is made-easy for you. Just pick APK and click on Install APK. That's it and nothing more is required.

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