This August Google point-to-point file transfer function Nearby Share officially launched, all running Android 6 and higher versions of the device can be used. This file transfer feature can share files, photos and even links via Wi-Fi、 Bluetooth or Web RTC even offline. Google announced today that it will add new features to the feature to allow users to share the applications listed on the Google Play Store.
Like traditional files, users can send applications to other Android devices without having to connect to cellular or Wi-Fi networks. The update of this feature will be completed in the next few weeks. The company wrote on its blog :" Nearby Share upcoming updates will allow you to share apps Play the mall with people around you, even if you don't have a cellular network or WiFi connection ".
To share the app with other users, simply open the Google Play Store app and click on the Hamburg menu in the upper left corner to enter My Apps