Google is bringing P2P app sharing to the Play Store

You can now use Nearby Share feature to transfer files like images and videos on Android, but a new feature would allow you to share apps between phones.

According to 9to5google, Google is now working on peer-to-peer app sharing feature for the Google Play Store. Now Google Play Store is getting a new look to the “My Apps” list, it will soon be known as Manage Apps and Devices.

The My Apps section on the Google Play Store could be used to send apps offline via P2P sharing.

Here’s what you need to do to share apps:

  • Select an app to share
  • Choose a nearby device to share the app
  • Open the Play Store and connect on each phone
  • The app will move from one phone to the other using Bluetooth, NFC and Wi-Fi.

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