How to share apps without an Internet connection

How to share apps without an Internet connection

The Internet has become an essential part of our daily lives. Be it work or leisure one needs an internet connection to go around. However, there is one thing you can do without being connected to an internet connection that is sharing applications from one device to another. Google’s Nearby Share feature now gives you the luxury to share apps without any internet connection.

Google nearby share feature is an oldie but a goodie. It is a great way to share apps fast and conveniently with family and friends via Google play store.

The Google Nearby Share uses no data connection and doesn’t need the devices both sending and receiving to be on the same cellular or Wi-Fi connection but to be in range and proximity.

Unlike other applications, Google Nearby Share is ad-free. Here is how to share apps without an internet connection by using Google Nearby Share in a few easy steps.

How to use Nearby Share to send and receive apps without an internet connection:

Step 1: The Nearby Share doesn’t operate as a separate app, instead this feature is integrated within the Android operating system. Open Google Play Store to access this feature.

Step 2: Click on the 3 lines at the top left, then select My Apps & Games.

Step 3: Now select the Share option out of the 4.

Step 4: Choose Send/Receive

If you want to send apps to someone nearby, click on Send. If you want to receive apps from someone nearby, click on Receive.

Step 5: Turn on the location to proceed further.

Step 6: Select the apps to send and share them.

You can select multiple apps at once and send them in one go while sharing. No Internet connection required in Google’s Nearby Share.