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Android Application package name is needed for developers but sometime others also need to embed any app download button, promote android application on website and other apps. While someone write app review and best app they directly use download button of app and at that time package name is required. Not only that, some online tools require android application package name to download apps. If you are android developer, package name is needed while uploading app in different store including Google Play Store. To find any android app package name is not much difficult. Here I am going to show you how to get android package name from Play Store and from android app manifest file.


Note: We all can find package name of any android apps which are available in Play Store and from android manifest file app package, name is found by only who develop that app.


Find Android App Package Name from Play Store


From play store we can get package name easily, just follow the following simple steps:
Step 1: Go to Play Store, search and open app that you want to find package name.


Facebook Package Name


Step 2: Now look at address bar there is long URL here I have opened Facebook app and URL looked like this:

Facebook Package Name


https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.facebook.katana

Step 3: The package name of facebook app is com.facebook.katana
Almost all android app package name start from com.

Again here I have opened another Android app Viber and package name and URL looked like this:

Viber Package Name

Viber Play Store URL: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.viber.voip
Package Name of Viber is com.viber.voip


Find Android App Package Name From Your Application Package


Open your app AndroidManifest.xml file and at the top of this file you can find package name and it looks like this.


Android App Package Name From Manifest File

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