How to download the correct versions APK?
If you’ve ever tried to download an app from third party sources, you know how confusing it can be. There are often multiple versions of the same app designed for different devices.
So how do you know which one is right for you? For example, at apkmirror.com YouTube has 40 different APK variants. Generally, the details are broken down into three main categories:
—Architecture—arm, arm64, x86, and x86_64.
—Screen DPI— DPI stands for “Pixels Per Inch”. For example, a six-inch Full HD (1920 × 1080) screen has a DPI of about 367.
To understand which APK to download, you need to determine the specifications of your device. You can do it using the program AIDA64 or another similar one.
Having determined the necessary information, all you have to do is download the correct version of the APK. If your DPI is not in the list of options, then download the closest value or nodpi option.