WSA PacMan is a GUI package manager and package installer for Windows Subsystem for Android

The Android compatibility layer of Windows 11, commonly known as Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA), comes without the Google Play Store or any kind of Google apps. Instead, you get the Amazon Appstore as the built-in solution for downloading third-party apps. While it is possible to manually sideload apps on WSA, there is no simple way to manage all the installed apps on the Android subsystem — unless you install a launcher, or go one step further and enable the Play Store. This is exactly where WSA PacMan comes in.
As the name suggests, WSA PacMan is a package manager utility for Windows Subsystem for Android. Created by XDA Senior Member alesimula, the open-source tool aims to streamline the app sideloading job by providing an easy-to-use GUI installer for APK files. It also displays the full package name of the APK, its version number, the permissions, and the icon — almost like the standard package manager app does on an actual Android device.

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