Follow these steps to install DeepDive. You may need to enable installation of apps from unknown sources.
Why is this necessary? Google rejected DeepDive for installation by Google Play. From one perspective they have a point, DeepDive makes it easy to find hidden game codes, Easter Eggs, and other artifacts left around by lazy computer programmers. But the main reason Google rejected DeepDive is that it exposes the entire economic engine of offering free apps and services, being nice and friendly on the surface, while selling your private information to domestic and foreign governments, and commercial third-parties.
Generally speaking, installing apps from unknown sources is dangerous and should be avoided. The good news is that with DeepDive you can perform a cybersecurity inspection on apps before you install them. You may even inspect DeepDive itself.
Follow these steps to allow installation from unknown sources.
You may can uncheck Unknown sources after installing the DeepDive app.