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Mods for Minecraft PE

Complete collection of MCPE master Mods for Minecraft (Pocket Edition) with automatic installation into the game.
We have collected for you the most popular and free mod from around the Internet.
Download and install your favorite mod and addon with our application is very simple and fast.

★★★Key features of mcpe mods:★★★

Survival and adventure
Mods to make the game even more interesting in survival and adventure, for example, travel to another horse, along with the mcpe horse mod.
- Strong lightning
- More aggressive mobs
- Powerful zombies
- Large spiders
- FNAF mod
To survive in such conditions, you need to have a lot of experience in playing the minecraft. Also you can survive in harsh conditions with friends through multiplayer.

Furniture Mod
Arrange your nest with cheats and addons mcpe.
- Stylish armchair
- Comfortable sofa
- Functional bath
- Wooden table and chair
- Own TV
Living in a cozy and beautiful house is much more interesting. Mod furniture is a great simulator of life in MInecraft.

Animals and pets
You diversify your game world, you can easily change the standard mobs to new ones.
- Pixelmond mod
- Lama mod
- Pet mod
- The Dog
- Cat
- Dinosaur
Replace the standard pet, also look after it and it will protect you.

Cars, tanks, cars and airplanes
Install the mcpe mod and you will get powerful military equipment, fast supercars, airplanes of different types.
- Supercar
- Jeep
- Helicopter
- Old aircraft
- Fighter
- Tank and other equipment
Have your car park along with the pocket manager mcpe.

Armor and weapons
Equip armor - it will save your life. Choose the right sword or machine.
- Weapon mod
- Legendary Swords
- Armor and modern armor
- Explosive ammunition
If you install tnt mod - be careful, it is very powerful. All the blocks will be scattered from it.

With the help of different tools you can control the weather to change the texture of the world, create your own mobs and pets.
- Toolbox
- Blocklauncher
- Worldedit
- Pocket Manager
In the application, there are different modes and addons, some can request a block launcher tool.

Portals consist of different resources and are difficult to obtain in the game world.
- Edge of the World
- Lower world
Using mcpe mods, you can quickly and easily make a portal in the game.

Mod GTA 5 will help you create your own gang and make a real shooter simulator just like in the game.
- Gangs
- Weapons
- Wheelbarrows
Also, for a full presence, you can use thematic GTA skins and maps.

Convert the standard boring world by default, create your own unique.

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Google Mod 1.10.2 (Google’s Logos in Minecraft)

Author: MorelPlay ❘ May 10, 2017 ❘ 16,268 views

Google Mod 1.10.2 adds Google’s Logos into Minecraft. It also adds armors and weapon made from Google’s Logos.

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CraftTweaker Mod

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How to install:

  1. Make sure you have already installed Minecraft Forge and required mods.
  2. Locate the minecraft application folder.
    • On windows open Run from the start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
    • On mac open finder, hold down ALT and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
  3. Unzip downloaded (.zip file).
  4. Place the correct extracted files into each respective folder. (/mods and /scripts)
  5. When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the mod is installed.

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Installing Minecraft Mods

Assuming you've already installed Minecraft, let's look at how to install mods.

But first, a word about safety

There are a lot of viruses out there, so be careful what you download.

Searching for Minecraft mods quickly leads you into a twilight of shady web pages. Be very careful to stick to well-known forums, and don't follow links to strange ones. (For instance, seems good. But 9minecraft and minecraftdl are a bit scary, so I avoid those.) Many mods have download links via AdFly; that's fine, but beware! AdFly shows you nasty ads that attempt to trick you into clicking on them by looking like download buttons. ALWAYS wait a few seconds, then click on the great big yellow SKIP AD button. And even then, DO NOT CLICK on the obvious download buttons; you'll have to find the real one (it usually has a size like 39.65KB right after it). Eventually you'll get good at this.

And a word about autoupdating software

There are a lot of places in mod installation where you have to run something you just installed and then quit befor you can do the next step. Forge won't install unless you've run the matching version of Minecraft once; the mods folder doesn't appear until you've launched Minecraft after installing Forge; the latest version of Minecraft won't appear in the Forge profile editor until you've swung a chicken over your head for a while, etc. It's both a blessing (because things do fix themselves) and a curse (because doing a clean install involves many little half-steps just to get things to autoupdate).


Minecraft is relatively easy to hack on, so there are lots of fan-written code changes (called 'Mods').

Unfortunately, there is no authoritative source for mods, though there are a few lists, at e.g.,, and People seem to just find out about a mod and google it or search for it on youtube.

Installation methods used to vary wildly, and incompatibility was rife, but these days, most mods are compatible with MinecraftForge, a convenient mod loader.

These days, I refuse to install any mod that isn't compatible with Minecraft Forge, so the first step in using mods is to install Minecraft Forge.

Installing Minecraft Forge

To install Minecraft Forge, download the latest installer from (it uses an AdFly link, so see above for how to avoid getting fooled into downloading crapware or a virus), then run it, and let it install.

There are many tutorials on how to do this. Here are a few:

Once you have it installed, you have to run Minecraft once, select the Forge profile, and click Play once, to get it to create the mods folder.

Then, to install a mod, you download it to the Minecraft mods folder (see below), and then start Minecraft, choosing the Forge profile; installed mods are always active.

Finding the Minecraft mods folder

Before you can install a mod, you need to find your minecraft folder.
  • On Windows: do Start / Run / %appdata%, or type %appdata% into the location field of the Windows Explorer; then open Minecraft.
  • On Mac: click on the desktop, press Command+Shift+G, type ~/Library and press enter; then open 'Application Support' and finally 'minecraft'.
  • On Linux: in a terminal window, type "xdg-open ~/.minecraft"... or if you like working at the commandline, "cd ~/.minecraft".
Then inside that folder, you should see a folder named 'mods'. (If you don't see one, make sure you've installed Minecraft Forge already and started Minecraft again once.) That's where you'll put any mods you want to install.



The Flans mod adds realistic airplane-building options (not to mention Mechwarrior-like capabilities). To install it and create a World War II plane:
  1. Make sure you've followed the steps above and found the Minecraft mods folder.
  2. Download FlansMod-4.0.jar from the link on the forum page.
  3. Drag the downloaded FlansMod-4.0.jar file into the Minecraft mods folder
  4. Start Minecraft and make sure Flans shows up in the list of Mods, then quit
  5. Look in your Minecraft folder and make sure you see a Flan folder
  6. Download the Simple Parts Pack and WW2 Pack from the Flans forum page, and drag them into the Flan folder.
  7. To test out the mod, launch a game, open inventory, click to the Flans Vehicles tab, select an airplane, place it in the world, and use it. Look through the usual Minecraft controls settings menu to figure out what the controls are (e.g. what key Accelerate is).
  8. See Flan's World War Two Pack Recipes and Lex's Flans Mod Showcase video for how to actually craft a plane.

If you get a crash, you may have downloaded the wrong version of Flans mod or content packs for your version of Minecraft, or the wrong version of a content pack for your version of Flans. When I tested it, using the latest version of everything worked fine.

Haribote Aircraft

I was asked to find the Zeppelin mod, but that has not been updated for recent Minecraft, so I found another one that supposedly lets you build airships.

The Haribote Aircraft mod is available for Minecraft 1.6.2... but the latest Minecraft is 1.6.4, and the download site is in Japanese, so things are a bit challenging! Fortunately, somebody has made a nice tutorial video explaining how to install it. The key points are:

  • You have to download TWO mods (both and to your mods folder
  • If it still hasn't been updated for Minecraft 1.6.4 yet, you have to use Minecraft 1.6.2 / Forge 1.6.2
  • Mods may crash on startup when used with the wrong version of Minecraft or Minecraft Forge, so don't mix mods for Minecraft 1.6.2 with mods for Minecraft 1.6.4

So, if you only have Minecraft 1.6.4 and its Forge installed, you now have to do the following dance:

  1. If you already have any mods, rename your mods folder to (e.g.) oldmods to avoid crashes from mixing old mods with new minecraft / minecraftforge, or vice versa
  2. go run Minecraft 1.6.2 once (by starting the Minecraft launcher, clicking on the Edit Profile button, picking 1.6.2, clicking Done, and then clicking Play)
  3. download and install Minecraft Forge 1.6.2
  4. run Minecraft again, edit profile, select Minecraft 1.6.2-Forge, and run; the first time you do this after installing Forge, it will create the minecraft mods folder.
And THEN you can move the two mods into the minecraft mods folder.

To verify it was installed, start the game, click the Mods button, and you should see the two mods in the list.

Then to verify that you can fly, start a creative game, press E to open your inventory, click on the Transportation tab, drag the Pyxis to one of your active slots, then place a Pyxis block and use it. You fly around by pressing keys on your numeric keypad (8/up = up, 2/down = down, 4/left key = forward, 6/right key = back, 5/center key = stop, and the corner keys are for yaw left and right. If your keyboard doesn't have a numerical keypad, tough... go get a usb keyboard that does and plug it in.


Malware in Minecraft mods

The first version of Minecraft was released way back in 2009, but the game remains incredibly popular to this day. That should come as no surprise; not only is it enormous fun, but it’s a platform for kids and adults alike to create their own worlds. Some even use it for urban planning — and some teachers use it in the classroom.

Unfortunately, as with any successful project, cybercriminals are eager for a piece of the action. Since July of this year, we have detected more than 20 apps on Google Play claiming to be modpacks for Minecraft, when in fact their primary purpose is to display ads on smartphones and tablets in an extremely intrusive manner. We explain what these apps are and how to protect Android devices against such threats.

Fake Minecraft mods on Google Play

At the time of this writing, most of the unscrupulous apps we found on Google Play had already been removed. The five that remained were:

  • Zone Modding Minecraft,
  • Textures for Minecraft ACPE,
  • Seeded for Minecraft ACPE,
  • Mods for Minecraft ACPE,
  • Darcy Minecraft Mod.

The humblest of them had more than 500 installations, and the most popular more than 1 million. Although the apps have different publishers, two of the fake modpacks carried almost the exact same description, down to the typos.

Apps with different publishers, same description

Apps with different publishers, same description

The app reviews are contradictory. Average ratings hover around the 3-star mark, but overall, scores are highly polarized, mostly 5s and 1s. That kind of spread suggests that bots are leaving rave reviews but real users are very unhappy. Unfortunately, in this case, the cybercriminals are targeting kids and teenagers, who may not pay attention to ratings and reviews before installing an app.

The apps receive either five stars or one. Suspicious!

The apps receive either five stars or one. Suspicious!

We informed Google about the malicious apps mentioned above, and the apps were deleted from Google Play by the time this post was published. Nevertheless, it’s worth mentioning that:

  • After apps are deleted from Google Play, they remain on the smartphones of any users who already installed them;
  • The malware creators can try to get their apps back in the store by modifying them and publishing them from a different developer’s account.

Fake mods on the device

Meanwhile, users rightly curse the apps for not doing what they promised. Having landed on a smartphone, the “modpack” lets itself be opened once, but it doesn’t load any mods (in fact, the app we studied closely did nothing useful at all). The frustrated user closes the app, which promptly vanishes. More precisely, its icon disappears from the smartphone’s menu.

Users complain that the app doesn't work and seemingly deletes itself

Users complain that the app doesn’t work and seemingly deletes itself

Because the “modpack” seemed glitchy from the start, most users, especially kids and teens, won’t waste time looking for it. They may even forget it and not bother trying to remove it. Unbeknownst to the user, however, the app remains on the smartphone — and not merely there, but hard at work.

Concealed from the user, the fake modpack starts displaying ads. The sample we examined automatically opened a browser window with ads every two minutes, greatly interfering with normal smartphone use.

In addition to the browser, the apps can open Google Play and Facebook or play YouTube videos, depending on the C&C server’s orders. Whatever the case, the constant stream of full-screen ads makes the phone practically unusable.

How to remove malicious Minecraft modpacks

Perhaps the most annoying thing about the fake Minecraft mods is that their victims have a very hard time figuring out why their browser (or Google Play, or Facebook, or YouTube) keeps opening. They are likely to conclude that the problem lies in the browser (or whichever app the fake modpack loads). However, uninstalling and reinstalling the browser will not fix the issue, and neither will tinkering with settings.

The only way to defeat the problem is to get rid of the malicious app. But that means locating it, which may be tricky; affected users may not remember what exactly they installed before their phones started acting up. After identifying the malicious app, you’ll need to find it in device settings (Settings → Apps and notifications → Show all apps) and delete it from there. Fortunately, the misbehaving modpacks get removed entirely with deletion and do not try to restore themselves.

If you’re having trouble figuring out which app is to blame for the smartphone’s odd behavior, or you just want to clean your child’s gadget quickly and easily, install a reliable security solution and scan the device. For example, Kaspersky Internet Security for Android recognizes fake Minecraft modpacks with the verdict not-a-virus:HEUR:AdWare.AndroidOS.HiddenAd.os, and prompts the user to delete any that are already on the smartphone or tablet.

For the future, to prevent your child from downloading malware, teach them about the potential dangers of apps, including ones on Google Play. In particular, focus on poorly written descriptions and wildly varying ratings and reviews — warning signs the developer or publisher might not be on the up-and-up. And just to repeat, be sure to install a mobile antivirus utility on their smartphone.


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Mods Installer for Minecraft PE

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Minecraft is undoubtedly one of the most exciting games developed in recent times. It’s prevalent because it gives you the chance to add new characters, terrain, collectibles, change colors, and has many more exciting features. All this is possible thanks to mods.

In this article, you’ll see how to explore the world of Minecraft mods and understand how to install them on your device for a completely new gaming experience.

What Are Mods?

Mods are alterations and expansions that help you to customize various aspects of the original version of Minecraft. Currently, there are hundreds of mods that have been developed over time by the benevolent Minecraft community.

Some of the functionalities that mods produce include:

  • Restock your Hotbar with new tools.
  • Add customized carpenter’s blocks, including slopes, beds, doors, flowerpots, windows, and more.
  • Adjust your playing speed.
  • Change the way tools or mobs appear during gameplay.
  • Grant characters new powers and skills.
  • Alter the terrain and landscape.

Why are Minecraft Mods So Popular?

Before mods came along, games were very much like movies. They would only offer a single, predictable storyline, and you had no choice but to stick to what was delivered. In addition, the reward system was fixed and predictable. As a result, games would become boring and repetitive rather quickly.

Enter the world of mods, and the possibilities are limitless! Talented programmers have ensured that almost every aspect of the game is customizable to give you a new experience every time you pick up your playing device.

Preparing for Minecraft Mod Installation

Before modding Minecraft, there are a few things you need to do.

  • Ensure that your device can handle mods. If you’re playing on a PC, for example, you might want to upgrade your graphics to the latest version available.
  • Make sure your device has enough storage. As with all installations, mods take up space.
  • Familiarize yourself with the standard process of downloading external programs.
  • Know the game edition you’re playing. Some mods are best suited for specific editions.
  • Know how to Add Mods to Minecraft.

Mods are simple to download and install, but it is important to note that not all Minecraft editions use mods. If you want to use mods, you must be using the Java edition of Minecraft. Consoles, as well as the Bedrock edition, do not accommodate mods. However, programmers have come up with add-ons that can be added to the Bedrock edition, serving the same purpose as mods.

Assuming you’re using the Java edition of Minecraft, installing mods is simple. However, there’s a catch. Mods do not work in regular Minecraft. First, you must install Forge. This program is specialized and designed to integrate mods into Minecraft. Luckily, Forge is widely available on the internet, and its installation is straightforward.

When downloading Forge, choose the install file that matches your selected mods version requirements. If your mods are built for version 1.15.3, you must download and install version 1.15.3 of Forge.

How to Install Forge on Your Minecraft Server

  1. Visit and download the version of Forge that matches your mods. If you’re using Mac/Linux, you’ll need to use “Installer” to add Forge. If you’re using Windows, you’re free to download Forge using the Windows version of the installer.

  2. Once the download is complete, double-click on the installer and hit “Run.”

  3. Select “Install server.”

  4. Pick a location where you want Forge to install. For ease of access, we recommend that you use a temporary folder on your Desktop.

  5. Click “OK” to download Forge files. Avoid interrupting the process until all files get downloaded.

  6. Inside the Forge files, locate a file named “Forge Universal JAR.” Rename the file to “custom.jar.”

  7. At this point, upload the generated files to your server via FTP. An FTP client is preferable over the web FTP interface because you are uploading multiple files. Once the upload completes, visit the “Control Panel” and pick the “Custom JAR” option found under “Server Type.” And that’s it. You’re done!

How to Add Mods to a Minecraft Server

Once you’ve downloaded and installed Forge on your Minecraft server, add the mods you want.

  1. Download the mods of your choice. As noted, these should match the version of Forge already installed.

  2. Using FTP, upload your mods to the “/mods” directory of your server. You can use “FileZilla” or its alternatives for this purpose.

  3. Once you’re done uploading your mods, restart your server to complete the process. It’s important to mention that most mods must also get installed on your computer.

How to Add Mods to Minecraft on Windows 10

Adding mods to Minecraft on Windows 10 is straightforward.

  1. Download the mods you’d like to use. There are several websites dedicated to this service, including:
    If you’d like a specific mod, you can also search for it by name on Google.
    Locate the Minecraft directory by typing the following into File Explorer:

  2. Create the mods folder in Minecraft’s directory. For convenience, name the folder “mods.”

  3. Move the mods you downloaded earlier into the “mods” folder.

  4. Close the mods folder and run Minecraft.

How to Add Mods to Minecraft on Mac

Adding Minecraft mods to Mac is similar to the Windows 10 process.

  1. Download the mods you’d like to use.
  2. Locate the Minecraft directory. There are several ways to go about this:
    Option 1: Open Finder and select “Go” on the menu bar. Then, press the “Option” key to access the “Library.” After that, select “Application Support” and then trace “Minecraft” on the pop-up list.
    Option 2: Use the keyboard shortcut: “Command + Shift + G.”
  3. Create the mods folder in Minecraft’s directory. For convenience, name the folder “mods.”
  4. Move the mods you downloaded earlier into the “mods” folder.
  5. Close the mods folder and run Minecraft.

How to Add Mods to Minecraft on Xbox One

  1. The first step is to download the mods on a computer.
  2. Compress the files into a zip file and host them in a cloud service.
  3. Open “File Downloader” on Xbox and copy the download link.
  4. Open “Xbox One Smartglass” on your computer, then paste the download link. Make sure that the file to be downloaded is named appropriately for ease of access.
  5. Press “Start” to download the files.
  6. Open the local storage folder.
  7. Unzip the files, then select and copy all of them.
  8. While outside the storage folder, right-click and select “Paste.”

How to Add Mods to Minecraft on Android

When it comes to hand-held versions of Minecraft, it is still not possible to download and install actual mods. However, you can get add-ons from third-party apps like BlockLauncher, Mods for Minecraft PE, and Add-ons for Minecraft. Here’s how you can install add-ons to Minecraft on Android.

  1. Visit the “Google Play Store” and install “BlockLauncher.” This acts pretty much like Forge by integrating add-ons into Minecraft.
  2. Visit Google Store once again and install “Mods for Minecraft PE.” This software helps you access, download, and install mods.

  3. Open “Mods for Minecraft PE” and select the mod you want. Then, click on “Install.”

Once a mod has been installed via Mods for Minecraft PE, it will automatically apply to Minecraft.

How to Add Mods to Minecraft on iPhone

On an iPhone, mods installation is straightforward.

  1. Visit the “iOS App Store” and search for “Mods for Minecraft PE.”

  2. Tap on “GET” to proceed to the app and install it.

  3. Select “Install” to get the desired mod.

Again, all installed mods should apply to your game automatically.

How to Add Mods to Minecraft on PS4

Currently, there are no mods available for the PS4. However, players do have access to add-ons, but you have to purchase them from designated sources. Here’s how to obtain add-ons for Minecraft on a PS4.

  1. Launch “Minecraft” on your console and visit “Marketplace” on your main menu.

  2. Select a World, Mash-up Pack, Skin Pack, World, or Texture Pack.

  3. Proceed to purchase the selected add-on using Minecoins or your credit card.

How to Add Mods to Minecraft Realms

“Minecraft Realms” offers mods, but they come at a cost. Here’s how to add mods in Minecraft Realms.

  1. Launch “Minecraft Realms” and visit “Marketplace” on your main menu.

  2. Select a World, Mash-up Pack, Skin Pack, World, or Texture Pack

  3. Proceed to purchase the selected add-on, using Minecoins or your credit card.

How to Add Mods to Minecraft Bedrock

If you’re playing the Bedrock edition of Minecraft, you can grab add-ons directly via the Marketplace. However, you’ll have to fork out some money to get your hands on good ones. The advantage is that you get reliable, high-quality mods, and there’s very little chance that your add-ons will come with viruses.

How to Add Mods to Minecraft Java     

To use mods on the Java edition, follow the steps below.

  1. Download and install Forge.
  2. Download Java mods from a reputable source.
  3. Create the mods folder in Minecraft’s directory. For convenience, name the folder “mods.”
  4. Move the mods you downloaded earlier into the “mods” folder.
  5. Close the mods folder and run Minecraft.

How to Add Mods to Minecraft Forge

  1. Download the mods you’d like to use.
  2. Create the “mods” folder in Minecraft’s directory.
  3. Move the mods you downloaded earlier into the “mods” folder.
  4. Close the mods folder and run Minecraft.

Additional FAQs

Can you add mods to Minecraft on Nintendo Switch?

Unfortunately, you cannot add mods to Minecraft on Nintendo Switch. However, you can add as many add-ons as you want.

How do you combine Minecraft mods?

The good thing about Minecraft mods is that you can combine as many as you would like to. Add new mods to an existing mod pack and drop the mod’s Jar file into the mods folder. You should then be able to use the new mods after launching Minecraft.

Can you add mods to an existing Minecraft world?

In most cases, new mods will integrate with the existing world with no problems. However, sometimes the mod may come with world generation. In this case, you should reset chunks to see all the changes.

Is it safe to install mods on Minecraft?

As with all tools obtained from the internet, there are questions about the safety and security of mods. Fortunately, most mod packs are safe and do not pose any threats to your device. However, it’s always good to stick with sources with a good reputation. Mods from shady sources may include viruses that can damage your device, mess up your world, or expose crucial data to third parties.

What is the easiest way to get Minecraft mods?

If you’re playing on Windows or Mac, CurseForge is an excellent place to start. If you’re playing on Android or iPhone, you can get dozens of mods on Google Play Store and App Store, respectively.


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