Google may soon introduce app sharing, according to Android Police
peer-to-peer in Google Play. There is already the function
Nearby Share to transfer images or videos to
Android, but P2P would allow applications to be shared between phones.
The "My games and applications" section of Google Play could be
used to send offline applications via peer sharing to
Android Police describes the following procedure:
Select an application to share;
Choose the mobile of a friend nearby to share the application;
Both people need to open Google Play and connect to each other
the other ;
The application will then be sent from one phone to another using
Bluetooth, NFC and Wi-Fi.
Unsurprisingly, paid apps would not be eligible for this
functionality. Google hasn't commented on this yet.
of this information.
Article from CNET.com adapted by CNETFrance
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