Using an iCloud backup, you can transfer all of your apps to a new iPhone at once, without paying anything extra. You can also use the App Store to pick and choose which apps you’d like to download on your new iPhone.
How to share
- Open the Google Play Store app .
- At the top right, tap the profile icon.
- Tap Manage apps & devices.
- In the “Overview” tab, next to “Share apps,” tap Send.
- Select which apps to share.
- Tap Send.
- Choose who to send the apps to.
Why are my apps not transferring to new iPhone?
Go to have a check if your iCloud storage is full. If your iCloud storage is full, the apps may not be included in this version of iCloud backup, let alone transfer them to your new iPhone. On your previous iPhone, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud > Manage Storage to view your available iCloud backup.
Androids let you share files over Bluetooth, including images, sounds, and videos. While you can’t share installed apps through Bluetooth, you can share links to app downloads in the Play Store via Bluetooth, as well as Android Beam.
On your Android device, just open up the Android Market and select the app you want to share, then scroll down to “Share This Application” to either email, text or Facebook message it to someone.
Use your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to turn on purchase sharing
- If you haven’t set up Family Sharing yet, set up Family Sharing.
- Open the Settings app.
- Tap your name, then tap Family Sharing.
- Tap Purchase Sharing.
- Tap Continue and follow the onscreen instructions.
Head to Account > Family and touch the Sign up button.
- The Google Play family library promises to offer a simple method of sharing purchases.
- Add some or all of your purchases apps, games, movies, TV shows, and books to your family library.
- Add up to five others to your family.