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Google Play Store Now Share Apps And Updates With Nearby Devices Without Internet Connection

Posted on the 06 April 2021 by Babanature @proudlyonenaija

Do you know that the Google Playstore can actually allow you to share your phone apps to any nearby android device? Well if you’ve not seen the feature yet, today, I’m going to show you how to use it 😀

Google Play Store Now Share Apps And Updates With Nearby Devices Without Internet Connection

I saw this new feature last month while I was exploring the Google Playstore app. I know some of you might have seen it, but still, I feel like sharing it with you.

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So now without an internet connection, you can get your favorite app from your friend’s phone without you downloading it. Or you can update your old Android app, as long as your friend has the updated version.

How To Share App From One Android To Another Using Google PlayStore

Sharing your mobile app to any nearby device using Google Playstore App, first, open the “Google Playstore” app

Click on that three lines at the top left corner >>> Click “My Apps & Games” >>> then click on “Share

Google Play Store Now Share Apps And Updates With Nearby Devices Without Internet Connection

On the “Share” tab, you can either “Send” or “Receive” applications. But let’s assume you are sending…

Click the “Send” button >>> click “Continue” and grant Google Playstore access to your device location.

After that, select the apps you would like to send to the other android device >>> and click the send button.

Select one or more receivers you would like to send to…

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Please do note that when pairing, you will be given a paring code for security purposes.

Once successfully paired, you can now see the transfer of the apps.

Also note:

There are some apps that you can’t be transferred. Some are; paid apps or apps that can’t be found on Playstore.

Back to you

Looks like I have said so much about so much on how to easily share your Android apps using the Google Play Store. Now it’s time to pass the keyboard to you.

Have you tried the Google Play sharing feature before? What was your experience? Do you use other apps like Flashare or Xender? Share with us using the comment box below.

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