Transfer apps from Android to Android
Scenario 1: I purchased a new Android phone, but I don’t want to download all of my favorite apps onto my new device, because that takes a lot of time. Is there any way to move applications from my old Android phone to my new one?
Scenario 2: I use an Android phone. I want an app on my friend’s Android phone without downloading it from the Android Market. How do I transfer that app from his phone to mine wirelessly.
Scenario 3: My old Android phone broken, I just got a brand new Android device. I want to send some apps from my old Android phone to my new device. Is this possible to do so? If yes, then how this can be done?
Solution 1: Transfer Apps between Android phones via Bluetooth
You can use ASTRO File Manager and Blue File Transfer, these two applications allows Android users transfer apps via Bluetooth. This method requires the Android user to generate an APK of an individual file via Astro and transmit it over Bluetooth to another device using the BlueTooth Transfer App.
Learn more about transferring apps between Android phones via Bluetooth, you can refer to this website: https://www.maketecheasier.com/transfer-apps-between-android-via-bluetooth/. This method works on most Android smartphones and tablets manufactured by Samsung, LG, HTC, Motorola, Sony, Huawei, Xiaomi, etc.
Solution 2: Transfer Apps between Android mobiles with MobileTrans
Switch Phone provides a straightforward way to transfer your favorite apps between Android mobiles and tablets. Before using it, you should download and install the software on your Windows PC or Mac OS X.
Start to transfer apps between Android mobiles with MobileTrans
Step 1: Run Switch Phone on your computer.
Step 2: Click on Phone to Phone Transfer.
Step 3: Connect both Android phones to your computer using USB cables. MobileTrans will detect your devices.
Step 4: Select the data type you need to transfer.
Step 5: Click Start Copy to transfer apps from your old Android phone to your new device.