Split APKs Installer (SAI)

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4.4
18.1K reviews
5M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

SAI is an advanced APK installer with split APK support. It also has simple app backup/export functionality.

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

Please note that SAI only installs user-provided files and is not responsible for those apps behavior.
Please also note, that some devices/ROMs aren't supported by SAI, that has to do with bad Android API implementation in said ROMs and can't be fixed on app side.
Updated on
Feb 25, 2021

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Personal info, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
4.4
18.1K reviews
Alex Ohannes
January 13, 2020
Seemingly needlessly unintuitive design, but functional. With all due respect, I truly don't understand why a separate button or even the same button couldn't be used to open the system file picker. I'm not the first one to be thrown off by this either, as the reviews show. I can't think of any other app that has Easter egg style navigation like that. I apologize for not reading the FAQ, but needing to read an FAQ to access a basic feature like that is sort of the definition of unintuitive.
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steve lund
July 27, 2020
Looks like a GREAT app but I could see it being even better if it could handle automatic backups of both APK and APKs apps. The issue is that you won't know that an app has been updated in the background and that you need to make a backup of it. Then one day a bad update will come along and break app functionality (or your phone!). Now you need that backup but will you have it? I have had this happen with several prominent and system apps like Gasbuddy, Facebook, and Google maps. Not as uncommon as you would think. Especially on older hardware and OSs.
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獅子猫又NiffirgkcaJ
April 13, 2020
Guys, the reason why YouTube Vanced is split it's because the YouTube app in recent versions has been split to reduce the size of the application and to make installation more efficient. Before I discovered this app, I've always used Lucky Patcher to install split apks, either using it's backing up feature or archiving the apks myself, but it in itself has its limitations. This app fixed my problems with installing split apks, kudos to the developer for developing a very useful app.
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What's new

4.5:
• Added a setting to disable opening .apk files via SAI
• SAF fixes for Android 11
• Added warning when installing huge (>150MB) apps

4.4:
• Fixed in issue where system suggested SAI when opening any type of file
• Added Sui support for Shizuku Installer

Legendary SAI update Pog
4.3:
• Support for opening .apk files via SAI
• APKM support (only for the unencrypted .apkm files)
• Installer Pro mode is now enabled by default
• Config splits shouldn't be marked as Unknown anymore