Now Nearby Share Allows Users to Send and Receive Apps via Google plat store.
Google is now rolling out the ability to share apps with nearby Android handsets using Nearby Share.
This feature was announced for select Android phones in August and is essentially Google’s version of Apple’s popular AirDrop feature.
It only allowed users to send and receive files, photos, and videos.
But now it is now rolling out the ability to send and receive apps as well.
Nearby Share now allows users to share apps from Google Play with the people around you with an Android phone, even without data or Wi-Fi connectivity.
Follow These Steps :
- Go to Google Play on your Android phone,
- Open menu and select My Apps and Games.
- You should be able to see a new Share tab alongside other options like Updates, Installed, and Library.
- Clicking on the Share tab reveals a new notice that reads ‘Now you can send and receive apps with anyone nearby using Google Play. No Internet connection required.’
- If you wish to send apps to someone nearby, click on Send.
- If you’re receiving apps from someone nearby, click on Receive.
When sending apps, you can select multiple apps at once and send in one go.
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