Lucky Patcher is an application that can be used to hack and modify other Android apps. Not all apps are modifiable, but those that can be modified, can have their ads removed, in-app purchases unlocked for free, other in-app content modified, like adding coins and gems to Temple Run 2, and much more.
As you can imagine, there are some questions surrounding the use of Lucky Patcher - it essentially strips the developers of their revenue. As a result, it has been removed from the Google Play Store and can only be downloaded from the official website and other third-party websites.
It is free to use, but you should be careful to only install directly from the official website or other trusted third-party websites. Once you have installed it, you'll immediately notice that the app has a very simplistic UI. The design hasn't been created to please the eyes. Thankfully, it's still very easy to navigate through it.
The home page is where you'll spend most of your time within Lucky Patcher - it shows all of your installed apps and describe whether the app has in-app purchases, Google Ads, custom patches available and similar.
You can tap on any app and create a modified version of the .apk with attributes like, removed ads, removed in-app purchases, applied custom patches created by other Lucky Patcher users, and others. The first two in the list above are straightforward. Custom patches are modified versions of the .apk file that may unlock content or change the app in some way. You can find custom patches on the official website.
For the most part, Lucky Patcher works as intended, but not all apps can be modified, even if Lucky Patcher gives you the option to try. It should be also mentioned that most of the app requires root access.
• Get free access to in-app purchases
• Remove annoying Google Ads
• Change other app's permissions
• Some features require root access
• UI is outdated
• Some questions about the legality of the app