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There are alternative ways to download and install applications on an android mobile device without referring to "Google Play". Android application files are usually .apk files. For the case of actually downloading and installing Google Play, just search for "Google Play apk" file. Sites like "APK4Fun" have most common android application files available open to download. But using .apk files from sources other than "Google Play" isn't always a secure thing to do, so choose at your discretion. If you are having problems installing the application or even downloading it, try a PC android device manager like "MobileGo" by Wondershare. Install the application on your PC and via USB connect your android device to the PC. Make sure USB Debugging is enabled on your device and the device is sync with the PC and not just charging. Once the MobileGo program identifies your android device you can install .apk files to your android device via PC by choosing install app and finding the .apk file on you downloaded on your computer.
With Google Play store sometimes updates don't go as planned when it updates the actual app that is used to download other items to your phone. Best way to fix this is to go to [Apps] --> [Settings] --> [Apps or Application Manager] Choose [All] from the tabs to choose. Then scroll down till you find [Google Play or Play Store] From here you can click on it and then choose "Uninstall Updates" after this is completed you should be able open play store again like normal, select Yes to the terms and conditions and then be back up and running again.
If you don't want to use Google play, the next best Android app site is Amazon's app store. It offers a featured free app every day (these are mostly paid for apps) that the developer has authorized Amazon to promote it and distribute it for free to others.
However, your question pertains to PDA software apps.. so for the pocket PC apps you can try: http://download.cnet.com/s/pda/
or, you might find this site useful: http://www.freewarepocketpc.net/
i've also had good experiences with Softonic's site: http://en.softonic.com/s/windows-mobile-5.1-pda-software:pocketpc
NexGTv has got free application for download where you can watch TV channels online. You can also get applications to watch live TV on mobile devices as well. Read more http://www.nexgtv.com/nexGtvdwnload.aspx
Unfortunately, at the moment, Whatsapp only supports the following phones: 1. Android 2. iPhone 3. Symbian(other nokia devices ) 4. Windows Phone Your phone is not on the list as far as I know and it is not android phone. In order to use whatsapp application, your phone needs to meet the requirement and that is android 2.3.5 for android softwares. If you really want to use whatsapp and you have a PC, you can use whatsapp on your PC/laptop using bluestacks. How to install bluestacks on PC ( see screenshots below for more details ) 1. Download bluestacks here : http://www.bluestacks.com/ 2. Install after downloading 3. Click 1 Mobile Market 4. On the search bar, type Whatsapp 5. Download and install.
If you want to download facebook then you will need to log in to facebook from mobile and then at the page you will found "Get access to facebook faster" written somewhere and click on the written part and in this way,you can download facebook application and also remember that your mobile is compatible or not for that app.