Dig - Emulator Front-End APK

Version 1.39.6 - com.digdroid.alman.dig

Painlessly manage and enjoy your retro game collection

Dig - Emulator Front-End apk

APP Information

Download Version 1.39.6 (165)
Apk Size25.74 MB
App DeveloperDig Games
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.0.x and up
App Packagecom.digdroid.alman.dig.apk

Download Dig - Emulator Front-End 1.39.6 APK

App Description

Dig - Emulator Front-End is digdroid,alman,entertainment, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 3.67 by 6 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Dig Games website who developed it. com.digdroid.alman.dig.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.0.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.39.6 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 43348+ times on store. You can also download com.digdroid.alman.dig APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

NOTE: THIS IS NOT A GAME!! If you don't know what emulators and front-ends are this app is not for you!
This is an emulator front-end that will painlessly organize your retro game collection. 
Little to no set-up is necessary in many cases. Dig will automatically scan your device for games, download cover art, and assign emulators.
However, you must supply your own games and install the emulators yourself. Dig will take you to the Play Store pages of emulators that are not installed.
Other features include
* Support for 83 systems and counting
* Merged game sets
* Android homescreen game launching
* 6 game view types
* customizable themes with (optional) background pictures, videos, and musicsound effects
* voice search
* support for zipped CD images
and more!
For more information please visit 
. https:digdroid.com 

App ChangeLog

  • 1.39.6
  • * Extracted/unzipped games can now be cached. Games will not be deleted until the cache is full. Set the cache size under Device options.
  • * Restored support for ScummVM 2.0.0. This is the last version that works with Dig's method of launching games.

App Screens

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Apk scan results

Apk Scaned By TotalVirus Antivirus,com.digdroid.alman.dig.apk Was Risky.Detected 1 From 55 Scan.
Scan Stats:harmless:0|type-unsupported:11|suspicious:0|confirmed-timeout:0|timeout:0|failure:1|malicious:0|undetected:59|
File type:Android
Magic:Zip archive data
File size:26992373
Uncompressed Size:21634016
Contained Files	:2058
Contained Files By Type:xml:257,cfg:505,ttf:1,txt:2,uae:3,7z:1,png:184,

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Tyler Christenson-avatar

    Tyler Christenson

    I bought the paid version because I really wanted to setup my retroid pocket 2 with this as the main UX for the device. Themes are nice, and I like how it handles emulation. HOWEVER. Matching is terrible and there doesn't seem to be a way to OVERRIDE what system to play a game on (annoying because it sees a lot of PS1 games as PS2 games) It's also mildly buggy, unfortunately for me. All the bugs seem to be centered around PS1 games so that's a RIP on my end. The MOST annoying bug is that I can't select what emulator it's going to use. Classic Boy is awful and I have a few others that work better but I can't switch away. Lastly, it seems like it's abandoned. The bug where you cant change emulators has been a thing for at LEAST 2 years. I get that life happens but I'm annoyed that I paid for a product that has essentially been abandoned. Thanks.

  2. Caleb Bransby-avatar

    Caleb Bransby

    Love it and how it gets cover art for each individual game it can identify. My only problem is that I use lemudroid and it's not an option in dig to use or boot from there into this emulator Pls add support. I really love this app. Edit : I think there's a manual way to make it compatible If there is ignore the part about lemudroid

  3. David Rhodes-avatar

    David Rhodes

    I found this very hard to use for a while but, with some effort, googling and Youtube checking, it can be good. Eg I only just discovered that you can set the emulator by using "manage". If you have emulators already installed then select one or, install Retroarch and install many more there. Dig will find them. I'm still working on getting themes though.

  4. Vincent Lee-avatar

    Vincent Lee

    Some of the fan made themes are awesome. But it's been very quiet with updated. DuckStation needs to be fixed to run the PSone game within DuckStation, instead of the emulator itself.. It doesn't scan all the ROMs (especially RomHacks/translated games) so i had to put those ROMs in their individual named folders then ADD a ROM location manually. And then it adds the game. Adding box art is neat, via online searc Currently: Use it on GPD XD and a Snapdragon 735 phone with telescopic controller.

  5. John Johnson-avatar

    John Johnson

    Great, nearly perfect. Suffers from inconsistent UI design. The settings page is the biggest offender. With some of the smaller buttons being near impossible to tell if you have selected unless you use a darker skin. You also can't fully change controller binds. You can change everything apart from 'back' and 'select' for some odd reason. Which is annoying because the app can't seem to decide which is which on some pages. The system select screen in particular. It also crashes a fair bit.

  6. Gary Hancock-avatar

    Gary Hancock

    Almost perfect and fast frontend. Please add the ability to change font sizes and have an option to allow game titles to be displayed over 2 lines.

  7. ESJ Tech Solutions-avatar

    ESJ Tech Solutions

    Absolutely the best frontend for Android! It's feature rich, surprisingly easy to setup, and looks/works amazingly. I can't recommend this enough.

  8. John Jennings-avatar

    John Jennings

    Great! Best front end for Android TV that I've found. It's a great mix, halfway between 'easy to use' and 'highly customisable'. Other front ends I tried were either too complex to set up (and I consider myself fairly tech literate) or too basic. Very nice. Recommended!

  9. Babak Afifi-avatar

    Babak Afifi

    The app have incompatibles with some emulators for me. For example it won't open any games that runs on DuckStation emulator directly and it only opens the emulator itself. Other than that pretty useful.

  10. mohamed rabah-avatar

    mohamed rabah

    this was a good frontend now , it doesn't work at all , the art doesn't work , and it can't read mame roms for some reason , I need a refund .