Although there are many programs and third-party methods to share applications on Android devices, the methods can sometimes be annoying and they can leave users alone with unresolved problems. Google has signed an important update that will save Android users from these troubles.
Google, the developer and distributor of the Android operating system, brought the “Application Sharing” feature to the official application market Play Store. This feature, which works without the need for any internet connection, works by taking advantage of the “Share with Nearby” feature on Android devices. Google has gradually started distributing the update to the Play Store app on all Android devices.
How to use Android app sharing feature?
First of all, let’s point out that you don’t need to do anything additional to access the application sharing feature. Google automatically sent the update to the Play Store app. Therefore, you do not need to perform an update manually, if the update is on your phone, you can follow the steps mentioned below without any problems.
Here is step by step Android application sharing:
Step 1: Open the Google Play Store and enter the “My Apps and Games” section.
Step 2: Tap the “Share” tab from the tabs at the top.
Step 3: In this section, Play Store will offer you the options to send or receive apps. To send an application from your device to another device, tap the Send button.
Step 4: Play Store will then ask you to choose which apps you want to post. Select an application from the page that opens.
Step 5: Immediately after that, Play Store will automatically put your phone in submission mode.
At this stage, the other device has to go to the “Share” tab from the “My apps and games” menu and tap “Get” to get the application you sent. In the next step, the Play Store finds the phone ready in sending mode and the application is shared between both phones.