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Check for updates on PlayStore and other sources

ApkTrack checks, if updates for installed apps are available.

It was created for users, who do not want use Google PlayStore, but still would like to be informed when new versions of their installed applications are available. ApkTrack performs simple website scraping to obtain the latest version information of APKs present on a device. It can query F-Droid, PlayStore, Xposed, plus many other sources of APKs via the ApkTrack Proxy.

This application is distributed under the terms of the GPL v3 License.

Get it on F-Droid


ApkTrack screenshot

That's it.

Things to keep in mind


Stable releases of ApkTrack are available on F-Droid.
A precompiled and packaged version of ApkTrack can be also downloaded here.
If you want to help testing ApkTrack, feel free to use the current beta version. More features are implemented, but bugs may occur. Be sure to report them!


You can help translating ApkTrack on OneSky. Get in touch with me (using the contact information below), if you need a new language to be set up.

Build ApkTrack

ApkTrack's build system has been switched to Gradle in order to make it easier for contributors to compile this project. Use the following commands to generate the APK:

git clone
cd ApkTrack
./gradlew build
ls -l app/build/outputs/apk/



ApkTrack is completely free, and I don't expect any kind of compensation for using this application. I do like Bitcoins though, so if you want to send some my way, here is an address you can use for that: 19wFVDUWhrjRe3rPCsokhcf1w9Stj3Sr6K
If you don't have bitcoins, but still want to show your appreciation, please consider donating to either La Quadrature du Net or the EFF.
Be sure to drop me a line if you choose to donate in any way, so I can thank you personally and add you to the list of donators below.

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