Google Play is rolling out a new feature that is very useful, the company will enable sharing apps and updates with nearby devices.
Over the last year, Google has beefed up Android‘s features in relation to nearby devices, to the point that while Apple was a forerunner in this regard, as of today Android is in the lead. The new features of the famous app are proving that situation.
Google Play adds a tool to enable sharing apps and updates with nearby devices
With version 24.0, Google Play Store allows sharing both apps and updates with nearby devices. To use it is only necessary to allow the Play app to access your location
Once this setting is done, you will have to open the Google Play Store menu, access your applications and games and select the Share tab, which is the one that gives access to this new feature.
In the same, if you select the option to send an app, you will see a list of applications installed on your device that are compatible with this new feature. And this is an important point because not all apps can be shared. For example, Google Stadia is not compatible for now.