As a user, do you install an app only after verifying its country of origin? Or do you only install apps that come from a specific country? Or do you wish to know the origin country for the apps that have already been installed on your device? If your answer is a yes for all these questions, then this article is a must-read for you.
As in this article, we will be discussing some tried and trusted ways to know the originating country of any apps in the Google Play Store. Also, we have included a dedicated App Country finder and Manager app to easily know the country your app is from.
So without further ado, let’s quickly start the article.
Usually, any app that is published on Play Store has its App developer information on the app page under the Developer or Information section.
But it is found that in many cases the app country name provided in this section is not real but fake. This is because the information is provided by the app owner himself and there is a possibility that the owner may have given the different location details. However, it is still the most used method to find app country names. Apart from this, there are 3 other ways that we will be sharing with you in this article.
The app page available on the Play Store provides a lot of information about an app, like its Size, the total number of installs, ratings, version, compatibility, permissions, and Developer Information.
Now since you wish to know the app country name then to find the same, open the app on the Play Store and scroll down to the bottom of the page.
Here, under the section, Developer you will find the information regarding the company that owns that app, its origin, its website address, company address, and email address.
If you still have any questions about the app or its origin then you can also contact the email address shown under the Developer section on the app page.
Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia created and edited by users, moderators, and volunteers from all around the world has millions of Wiki pages that too include the popular Android apps.
So, if the app for which you wish to find the originating country name is a popular one, then you can get a detailed description about it on Wikipedia.
However, if it’s a new app or a local/region-specific app then it is highly unlikely that you found its Wikipedia page.
Google, a search master that seems to have answers for almost all the queries in the world, can be used as an app country finder tool. To check the originating country name for any of the apps you just need to open Google Search and in the Search box type, “Snapchat app country of origin” and hit enter.
Note: Please replace Snapchat with the name of the app for which you want to find the originating country.
Now, Google will list all the possible results for your search query. Just check for the results, and you will be able to find the origin country of the app.
The ways that we have discussed above will require a lot of research and obviously patience. And still, there is no guarantee that you will still be able to find the origin country of the app. Therefore, to avoid all this hustle we will be sharing an application, named App Country Finder and Manager.
Using this amazing app country finder tool, you can find the app country name for all the apps installed on your Android phone, without even heading to the Developer information section.
App Country Finder and Manager not only provide the users with country-specific information but also help them to manage and remove the apps coming from a specific location or country.
Salient features of App Country Finder:
• Sort apps installed on your phone by country in Ascending/Descending order
• Option to backup the installed apps
• Uninstall an app right from the app interface.
• Easy and intuitive user interface.
• One touch uninstalls and backup feature for the installed apps.
So readers this is how you can easily know the originating country name for any of the Play Store apps. We hope that after going through the article you have various ways to find the app country name that will decide whether you want to install the app or not.