You will need UnoVPN access and a Google account in the respective country in order to get Out-of-Country apps on your device. You can sign up for a US Google account by connecting to our US VPN. If you already have one please proceed to Method 1 or 2.
If you are a free-trial or premium member, you can upgrade to a full gold account for VPN access at the link below.
Or you can sign up for a 3-day trial of UnoVPN at the link below.
How to download Out-of-Country apps in Google Play Store
1. Turn on UnoVPN of the country you want the app to be in on your device. For example, if you want BBC iPlayer, turn on UK UnoVPN.
2. Go to Settings in Android
3. Tap on Apps
4. Tap on Google Play Store
5. Tap Force Stop, Clear data, and Clear cache one by one.
6. Open Google Play Store again.
7. Select the US or UK account that you have created and added to your Android Device.
8. Now you will see Apps from a different country.
Note: This method may not work for devices such as cellphones, tablets connected via mobile networks (3G/4G) Turn off Data for Mobile Networks by going to Settings -> More... -> Mobile networks -> Uncheck Data enabled and make sure the phone is connected via Wifi before trying the steps above.
How to download Out-of-Country apps via your computer
1. Connect to UnoVPN on your computer using the US server for US apps and UK server for UK apps.
2. Sign in with the Gmail account tied to your device at play.google.com
3. Search for the geo-blocked app you want to download and click install.
4. Select your mobile device from the Send to… drop down menu.
5. You app should start downloading on your device.
Note: In order for this method to work, you must have previously downloaded apps to your device using the same Gmail account.