Officially, Android users cannot share their purchased applications like Apple’s Family Sharing. The purpose of family sharing is to allow a single app purchase to work with other accounts, either your own device or someone else. Hence, Android users have to work another way to access purchased apps on multiple devices.
Share purchased App on Android
Let’s say you have several apps that you’ve purchased on Google Play Store, and your family member wants to install a few on their own Android device, but you don’t want to pay for them all over again. Well, to begin, you’ll simply need to borrow your family member’s phone for a few minutes.
Step1: Head to the main Settings menu on your family member’s phone or tablet, then choose the “Accounts” option and tap “Add account.”
Step2: Now, select “Google” as your account type, then enter your own account credentials to log in.
Step3: Next, you have to disable the various sync options for the account.
Step4: Open the Play Store app and head to the side navigation menu, Now you will be able to see two Google Account in PlayStore. Tap into your own account and open My Apps. you’ll be all set to download the paid apps.
That’s it! This is how you are going to Share purchased App on Android. If you have any queries, comment down below and I’ll revert as soon as I can.