Filelinked provides direct access to a database of Android applications (also known as repositories). Filelinked works by allowing developers, or users, the ability to create a shared repository of Android apps (also known as APK’s). Users can directly access a repository via a unique ‘Filelinked code’ via the Filelinked app, which is most popular among users of Android TV and Firestick.
Filelinked codes can be entered into the Filelinked app, which then allow the users to browse an ‘application market’, and install multiple Android applications from within Filelinked. It is a quick, and easy way to share a list of recommended or popular applications with other users.
Creating your own Filelinked repository is easy. You can create your own Filelinked code for free, by creating your own repository, on theFilelinked official website.
Filelinked is most popular on Firestick and Android TV boxes, as most repositories provide access to huge amounts of applications that allow users to watch HD Movies and Sports for FREE, and offer a wide range of the best apps for the Amazon Firestick.
Using Filelinked is both free, and safe. It is recommended to ensure you have a virus scanner, or malware security app installed on your Firestick or Android TV box when using Filelinked, as there are currently no security measures built into Filelinked, that detect malicious applications, which may contain a virus. Unlike the Google Playstore, which has strict security measures in place, any application can be uploaded to Filelinked repositories, which makes it easy for users to install an undetected virus, if no security detection app is installed on your device.