There are many ways to get an apk file installed on an Android device or emulator. Some of them are detailed here. If you don't have an Android device, the emulator can be installed
as part of the Android sdk.
If you are using the FHC command line tool
to generate your binary, the output will contain a url value e.g.
This is the download url of the binary. By navigating to this url on the device browser, the binary can be downloaded and installed.
Using a url shortener like bitly
makes entering the download url a lot easier
If you have a Dropbox
account, there is a Dropbox app available in the Google Play. Placing the apk file in your dropbox folder (on your PC/Mac) will make the file available through the Dropbox app, allowing you to open and install.
Android Tools Method
If you have the android tools
installed, you can follow the instructions
for sending the apk file to the device over a USB cable.