Google Play applications can be shared offline

The Android store launched the function known as Nearby Share, which will allow you to send applications through Bluetooth and Wifi Direct

The Android application store, known as the Google Play Store, launched a  functionality that will allow users to share applications without an Internet connection.

Google made the launch of this function official, detailing that it will now be possible to send apps through Nearby Share.

The store in its latest update will have the option “Share with Nearby”, with which you can share applications and updates without having access to the Internet.

In order to do so, users will have to follow the path Play Store> My apps and games> Share. In this last option, you can send and receive apps and updates.

It is important to note that everything will be sent via Bluetooth or WiFi Direct, so it is not necessary to have an Internet connection.

K. Tovar

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