NearShare is Android’s answer to Apple’s AirDrop, which for years has allowed Apple users to send each other files within a certain range.
No internet connection or Wi-Fi required
The new feature allows users to share apps from Google Play with their Android smartphone with people around them, even with no internet connection or Wi-Fi required. To use the new feature, users need to go to the Google Play Store on their Android phone, click on their profile icon here, and then select Manage apps and devices. There, users should be able to see a Share Apps option with two buttons, Send and Receive. Clicking Send shows a list of apps from which users can select the apps they want to send. Then, they can click on the send button to open a list of nearby Android devices. The receiver of the app has to click on the “Receive” option for it to show up in devices near the receiver.
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If users want to send the app to someone they can click on send and if they are receiving the app then click on receive. While sending apps, users can also select multiple apps and send them at once. To use the feature, users need to give the Google Place Store access to their location, then it takes them to a list of apps on their device to select and send. We tried this feature on a OnePlus 7 Pro running Android 11 and it worked perfectly.
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