You can download the XAP file by clicking the highlighted link above and save it onto your smartphone. This will take you to the vendor's website, and provide the instructions on how to do so. Browse the file to find the green highlighted application icon, which is the one you need to sideload it onto your phone.
You can also use a web browser on your phone to sideload most apps, although this is quite a catch-all approach, so is not recommended if you want to be able to install apps that require the developer to "check" permissions before installing them. All that said, your best bet is to download the XAP file and sideload it. When you're ready, follow the prompts to install the XAP onto your phone.
You can also sign into your Microsoft account, download the Games Hub app, and click the APK button to install the app. When finished go back to the Games hub and click the tick next to the APK.
The Games Hub will then prompt you to allow the app to access your Microsoft account if it does not already have permissions. Click Allow and the app will be installed with the appropriate permissions.
Greasemonkey and its scripts are extremely entertaining, but they are not compatible with the web version of YouTube. This video tutorial will show you how to convert a monologue script into a Greasemonkey script, so that you can enjoy the script on YouTube. It is very easy to do, and you will learn how to convert everything from a monologue script into a Greasemonkey script. I have already made a tutorial on how to script a monologue video, so I will skip most of the steps. This tutorial is only for converting a monologue script into a Greasemonkey script.
If you are upgrading from Windows Phone 8.x to Windows Phone 8.1, there are some things you need to do. I recommend taking time to do these steps. If you don't do them, you will have problems. Otherwise, you won't be able to get apps from the Windows Phone Store on your Windows Phone 8.1 device. d2c66b5586