File sharing between Android devices has attracted much attention recently, in part because the security vulnerability of ShareIt, a popular application, has been exposed. The reason why there are so many third-party applications in the play store is that Android itself does not have a reliable, long-term file sharing system that can span different mobile phone brands.Google has been slowly promoting the Android nearby framework. Among the newly introduced features, users can not only share files between two mobile phones, but also share applications on the play store.
The ability to share apps on the play store was announced last year, providing Android users with a quick way to share apps. Users must navigate to the "my apps and Games" page of Google play store, and use the "share" tab on both devices. You can choose which apps to send, and a matching code will pop up to authorize the transfer.
There are some considerations for this convenient function, among which the biggest requirement is Google play store 24.0 or higher. Not all applications can be shared. Only those applications from Google play store itself can be truly compatible with receiving devices.