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How to Create a Dummy APK for Android




Have you ever wanted to create an Android app but didn't have the time or skills to code it? Or maybe you just wanted to test how an app would look and work on your device? Or perhaps you wanted to share your app idea with someone else without publishing it on Google Play? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might be interested in creating a dummy APK for Android.




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A dummy APK is a file that mimics the behavior of a real Android app. It has the same extension (.apk) and can be installed and launched on any Android device. However, unlike a real app, a dummy APK does not have any functionality or logic behind it. It simply displays some static content or images that you choose.


Creating a dummy APK can be useful for various purposes, such as:


  • Testing how your app would look and feel on different screen sizes and resolutions



  • Prototyping your app design and layout before coding it



  • Sharing your app concept with potential clients, investors, or users



  • Learning the basics of Android development without getting into complex coding



In this article, we will show you two ways to create a dummy APK for Android: one with a free online tool called AppsGeyser, and another with the official IDE for Android development called Android Studio. Both methods are easy and fast, and do not require any prior programming knowledge.


How to Create a Dummy APK for Free with AppsGeyser




AppsGeyser is a free online tool that lets you create APK files without coding. You can choose from over 50 app templates, such as website, social media, messenger, book reader, and more. You can also customize your app content, name, icon, and settings. After creating your app, you can download the APK file and install it on your device.


To create a dummy APK with AppsGeyser, follow these steps:


Step 1: Choose an app template from the AppsGeyser website




Go to and select either "app to make money" or "app for business". Then browse through the available app templates and choose one that suits your needs. For example, if you want to create a dummy app that shows your website content, choose the "Website" template.


Step 2: Fill in the app details and customize the content




After choosing an app template, you will see a form where you can enter some information about your app. Depending on the template, you may need to provide your website URL, app name, app description, app category, and app keywords. You can also customize the app content by adding images, text, buttons, links, and other elements. You can preview your app on the right side of the screen and make any changes you want.


Step 3: Name your APK file and choose an icon




Once you are happy with your app content, click on the "Next" button at the bottom of the screen. You will be asked to name your APK file and choose an icon for your app. You can either use the default name and icon or enter your own. You can also upload your own icon image if you have one.


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Step 4: Download your APK file and install it on your device




After naming and choosing an icon for your app, click on the "Create" button at the bottom of the screen. You will see a message that says "Your app is ready". You can either scan the QR code with your device or enter your email address to receive the download link. Once you have downloaded the APK file, you can install it on your device by tapping on it and following the instructions.


Congratulations! You have just created a dummy APK for Android with AppsGeyser. You can now test your app on your device and share it with others.


How to Create a Dummy APK with Android Studio




Android Studio is the official IDE for Android development. It provides a comprehensive set of tools and features for creating, testing, debugging, and deploying Android apps. You can use Android Studio to create real apps with functionality and logic, or dummy apps with just some basic UI elements.


To create a dummy APK with Android Studio, follow these steps:


Step 1: Install Android Studio and create a new project




Go to and download and install Android Studio on your computer. Then launch Android Studio and click on "Start a new Android Studio project". Choose an app template from the list, such as "Empty Activity", and click on "Next". Enter a name for your app, a package name, a save location, a language (Java or Kotlin), and a minimum SDK version. Then click on "Finish".


Step 2: Add some code and resources to your project




After creating a new project, you will see the main window of Android Studio with several panels and tabs. On the left side, you will see the Project panel, which shows the files and folders of your project. On the center, you will see the Code Editor, which shows the code of your app. On the right side, you will see the Layout Editor, which shows the UI of your app.


You can add some code and resources to your project by editing the files in the Project panel. For example, you can edit the MainActivity.java or MainActivity.kt file to add some logic to your app. You can also edit the activity_main.xml file to add some UI elements to your app. You can use the Layout Editor to drag and drop UI components from the Palette panel to the Design panel. You can also use the Attributes panel to change the properties of each UI component.


Step 3: Build and run your app on an emulator or a real device




After adding some code and resources to your project, you can build and run your app on an emulator or a real device. An emulator is a virtual device that simulates an Android device on your computer. A real device is an actual Android device that you connect to your computer via USB cable.


To build and run your app on an emulator or a real device, click on the "Run" button at the top of the screen. You will see a dialog box that asks you to select a deployment target. You can either choose an existing emulator or create a new one by clicking on "Create New Virtual Device". You can also choose a connected real device if you have one. Then click on "OK". Your app will be built and installed on the selected device.


Step 4: Generate a signed APK file from your project




After building and running your app on an emulator or a real device, you can generate a signed APK file from your project. A signed APK file is a file that has been digitally signed with a certificate that identifies you as the developer of the app. A signed APK file is required for installing or distributing your app outside of Google Play.


To generate a signed APK file from your project, click on "Build" at the top of the screen and select "Generate Signed Bundle / APK". You will see a dialog box that asks you to choose between a bundle or an APK. A bundle is a file that contains the compiled code and resources of your app, and can be uploaded to Google Play for generating optimized APKs for different devices. An APK is a file that contains the executable code and resources of your app, and can be installed or distributed directly. For this tutorial, we will choose APK and click on "Next".


You will then see another dialog box that asks you to create or select a signing key. A signing key is a file that contains the certificate and the private key that are used to sign your APK file. You can either create a new signing key by clicking on "Create new" and filling in the required fields, or select an existing signing key by clicking on "Choose existing" and browsing to the location of the key. Then click on "Next".


You will then see another dialog box that asks you to select the build variants and signature versions. A build variant is a configuration of your app that d


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