In August this year, Google’s point-to-point file transfer function nearby share was officially launched. All devices running Android 6 and later can use it. Even offline, the file transfer function can share files, photos and even links via Wi Fi, Bluetooth or web RTC. Today, Google announced that it will add new features to the feature, allowing users to share the apps listed on the Google play store. < / P > < p > like traditional files, users don’t need to be connected to a cellular network or Wi Fi network to send applications to other Android devices. The update will be rolled out in the next few weeks. “The upcoming update to nearby share will allow you to share apps on play mall with people around you, even if you don’t have a cellular network or WiFi connection,” the company wrote on its blog. < / P > < p > to share the app with other users, users only need to open the Google play store app, click the hamburger menu in the upper left corner to enter the “my apps & Games” page, and then select the “share app” option. Here, you can choose which applications to share with others. “Nearby share” is one of the best features the company has recently launched in its mobile operating system, and it’s easy to use. Google plans to introduce nearby sharing into chrome book as well. Global Tech

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