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The Best Apps for Sharing Your Ideas on Android

While it’s simple to text and email your friends from your phone, sometimes you want to share apps and files, too. Here are three apps to help you do just that.

Your phone helps you connect with friends and family all over the globe through texting, emailing, and chatting. But sometimes, you want to share even more, like apps, files, photos, and music, and that can be – surprisingly – a bit more difficult. Don’t worry, though. If you want even more ways to connect with your friends and relatives, consider downloading one of these three apps that make sharing simple.

Share Apps

Like its name suggest, Share Apps lets you share apps you have downloaded with your friends. To share an app, all you have to do is download Share Apps, tap the app you want to share, and send it to your intended contact. You can also share multiple apps and Android application packages (APKs) with the same contact without having to send multiple app-sharing invitations.

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SHAREit is such a great transfer app because it is so fast – the app purports to be 200-times faster than a Bluetooth. This app lets you share files – Word documents, music, videos, and photos, for example – with whomever you want wherever you are. It lets you share your documents across platforms, as well. For example, if you’re on an Android phone, you can still send files to your friends with iPhones. This popular app has been downloaded over 400 million times by users in 200 different countries.


ShareClouds lets you share all kinds of content with your friends and family: apps, videos, files, images, and music. The simple app helps you share this kind of content using a lot of different platforms including email, Google Docs, Google Drive, Facebook, and WhatsApp. Other features of the app include one-click sharing, a backup for your photos, apps, and music to your SD card or Dropbox, and the ability to share many files at one time.