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SAI is an app for installing and exporting split APKs – apps that consist of multiple APKs.
SAI can install apps using standard Android API, using root access or using Shizuku.

SAI is an open-source app, you can get the source code on its GitHub repo – github.com/Aefyr/SAI

With Android devices, installing different apps from varied sources does seem like a simple and undemanding task. That’s said, you’ll find yourself being able to create awesome apps with varied uses from both the official and other online sources with the APK files, especially those that aren’t available on the Google Play Store.

Genres
Tools
Version
3.7
Developer
Polychromaticfox
Requires
5.0
Size
3.82 MB
MOD Features
Untouched
Updated
2020/03/05

Hence, whenever you wish to install new apps, just need to look for their APK files then manually install them on your devices. Still, this could be quite tedious and slow as you try to install multiple apps at once, such as when you wish to quickly install certain apps on your newly refreshed phone.

So basically, if you wish to quickly install certain sets of Android applications on your mobile devices, you’re going to need the APK bundle (or split APK) files. And to quickly install those files, you’re going to need this useful app from Polychromaticfox. That’s said, the app boasts a variety of useful features that would make your app installations a lot less tedious and boring. All it takes is a single tap and you’ll be good to go.

Having said that, you can have the app installed on your mobile devices and make uses of its capabilities to effectively install certain split APKs on your Android devices. In addition, the app also allows users to export their own split APKs from a list of different mobile apps that are currently available on your Android devices. Just choose your preferred apps and the process can begin immediately.

To start with, you should keep in mind that it’s recommended to use the app on Rooted devices, as it would make things a lot simpler. But if you don’t want to root your device, it’s also possible to use Shizuku and use it through ADB connection, which could get quite tricky for beginners.