Transferring apps from one Android phone to another Android phone isn’t that easy like transferring or sending photos, videos, and songs. because first, you have to extract or create the APK file to transfer an app from one phone to another. So, in this guide, you will learn how to transfer apps from Android to Android.
Sometimes, you need to know the methods to transfer applications from Android to Android because there are still some people who don’t have access to an internet connection and requesting you to send the apps to him or her. We all know how to send or transfer photos, videos, songs, or any other data using BlueTooth or Wi-Fi direct. But you can’t send the apps directly and for that, you have to create the APK file of that and then send via Wi-Fi Direct or Bluetooth or using file transfer apps.
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What You Will Learn Here:
How to Transfer Apps from Android to Android Phone
Here, I will show you two different ways to send apps from Android to Android phones. In the first method, I will show you how to create an APK file and then send it to another Android phone while the second method will be extremely easy because you don’t need to create an APK. Remember that to transfer applications from Android to Android you need to download third-party applications like Zapya and Apk Extractor.
Method 1. Transfer App from Android to Android using Zapya
Step 1. Download and install the Zapya app from the Google Play Store.
Step 2. Now, open the Zapya app and tap the App menu at the top left-hand corner.
Step 3. Here, you will see the list of installed apps and games. From the apps list, tap and hold on any app and then select Backup.
Step 4. To find the created APK file or the Backup file: Go to My Files > Internal storage > Zapya > Backup.
Step 5. Tap and hold the app and select the Share option at the bottom of the screen.
Step 6. Now, select either Wi-Fi Direct, WhatsApp, or Bluetooth to transfer the app (apps) from Android to another Android phone.
Method 2. Transfer Apps from Android to Android using Apk Extractor
The second method is far easier than the first method. In the second method, you don’t need to create an APK file.
Step 1. Download and install Apk Extractor from the Google Play Store.
Step 2. Open the Apk Extractor.
Step 3. From the list, select the app that you want to transfer from an Android phone to another Android Phone.
Step 4. Tap the three dots icon next to the app.
Step 5. Tap Share.
Step 6. Now, select either Wi-Fi Direct or Bluetooth to transfer the app from Android to another Android phone.
That’s it. This is how you can transfer apps from Android to Android phones using third-party apps like Zapya and Apk Extractor. For me the second method is very simple and easy while using Zapya, you’ll need to create an APK file first and then send it to another Android phone.
Meanwhile, if you know any other method then you can share your thoughts and comments in the comment section below.