2 Easy Ways to Install Android Apps on Multiple Devices Simultaneously

When you own multiple Android devices, such as a phone, tablet, and smartwatch, it can be quite cumbersome to have to repeatedly install new apps and games on each device separately when switching between them. Luckily, there are two easy ways to install Android apps on all your devices at once. Let's explore them.

Install from the App's Download Page

One of the easiest ways to install Android apps on multiple devices in one go is from the app page on the Play Store itself. Here's how:

From Mobile:

  1. Open the Play Store on your phone, then navigate to the app's page for installation.

  2. On the following screen, you will see a small downward arrow next to the Install button. Tapping it will reveal a list of all the devices signed in with your Google account.

  3. Now all you need to do is select the Android devices where you want to install the same app.

  4. Once done, hit the Install button.

That's it! Your download will begin shortly on all your Android devices.

From Web:

Installing Android apps from the Play Store website is not as intuitive as using the Play Store app, but if your phone is out of reach, you can use this method to install apps on multiple devices one by one. Here's how it works:

  1. Visit the Play Store website from your preferred web browser and then navigate to the app page.

  2. Next, click on the Install button.

  3. Afterward, click the Choose a device box.

  4. From there, select the device on which you want to install the app.

  5. Lastly, hit the INSTALL button and it will begin downloading on your selected device.

Install from Manage Apps & Device Page

The above method allows you to choose which Android device to install the app on. However, if you prefer not to go through this process and want to install apps on all your Google account-connected devices with just one tap, then this is the method you should follow.

  1. Open the Play Store on your Android phone, then tap on your profile picture icon and select the Manage apps & device option.

  2. On the following screen, choose the Sync apps to devices option and select the devices where you would like apps to be automatically installed. Apps you install on one device will automatically get installed on your synced devices.

  3. Now, all you need to do is hit the Install button and the app will start installing on all of your devices.

In conclusion, installing Android apps across all your devices has never been easier. Simply sign in with your Google account on your device, and then, regardless of which device you're using, you can install any app on your other Android devices. We hope the guide above has helped you in installing Android apps on your various devices.