Google has added a new functionality to its Google Plus service that let its users to share installation links of all available applications of Play Store on the social network. Other users can install those apps by just clicking on the shared links of the apps without having to follow the link and go to the Google Play store manually.
The applications will still be governed by geographical limitations and their usability would not be affected by this new inclusion. Users can simply share any application with their circles on Google plus right form within the Google Play store on both the Android as well as through the internet browsers.
The application link will appear as a ready download and once the user selects to download that application he/she would directly be redirected to the permissions page following which the application will be made available on the linked device.
Although the addition is not a very big one but surely in terms of utility and accessibility goes a long way helping users share useful apps with other users will get easier access. The new feature has already been enabled for all the users and can be accessed by anyone with a Google account.