This page contains instructions on how to install the Warzone mobile client on your Android device.
You may also wish to see Android devices for a list of devices that are known to work or not work.
 From Google Play or Amazon.com
The primary way of installing the Android app is from Google Play. Use this link to see the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Warzone
If you have a Kindle Fire, you can install the app from Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Warzone-LLC/dp/B00E3J07DE/
 Manual Installation
If you do not want to install the app from Google/Amazon, you can install it manually. This can be useful if want to install an update that was just announced on the Warzone blog but not yet approved by Google/Amazon, or if you don't have access to the Google/Amazon store for some reason.
Note: If you install manually, the app will not be automatically updated when new versions are released. You should watch the Warzone blog for update announcements, and re-install the latest APK from this page whenever a new version is released.
Here are instructions on how to manually install the Warzone Android app:
- Step 1: Turn on Unknown Sources. This allows your device to install apps from places other than Google Play. To do this, simply go to Settings -> Applications and check Unknown Sources if it’s not already checked. This may be in a slightly different location on your device.
- Step 2: Tap the link below from your device, or scan the QR code.
- Step 3: After following the prompts, the app will be installed and functional. If you have an SD card, it's recommended to move the app there as it can take up quite a bit of space unless you disable map caching. To move it to the SD card, go to Settings -> Applications -> Manage Applications -> Warzone -> Move to SD Card.