Get Ready With Android's Best New Feature
Google Android's Instant Apps feature was unveiled at Google I/O 2016 and designed for all devices running Android Jelly Bean 4.1 or higher. The search engine company is apparently getting ready to enable it on Android devices such as smartphones and tablets. With this update, devices will be more efficient so that user will able to experience smooth app interaction.
What Is Instant App Feature?
According to BGR, Instant App helps the Android device save as the user won't have to keep an app installed just because it might be useful in the future. Aside from that, Android users won't have to buy a specific app to try it since Google developers will be able to offer a part of it to test for free. The Instant Apps features will work on almost all devices running Android Jelly Bean 4.1 or higher, smartphones and tablets.
Google might be getting ready to roll out Instant Apps very soon since a code in the latest version of Google Play Store is already available. The code also reveals that users will be able to either enable or disable the new feature. In addition to that, the Android user can also choose which Google account to use with the Instant App.
When Will It Be Available?
As of now, there is no official release date as for when will Google make Instant App available for all Android Users. According to Digital Trends, the Mountain View company is now conducting limited testing of the new Android feature. However, a recent APK file teardown of the Google Play Store by XDA Developers has reported that work is advancing to finally launch Instant Apps for one and all.
The official site of Android Developers describes Instant Apps as a feature that gives "an evolution in app sharing and discovery" that lets Android users "experience what you love about apps - fast and beautiful user interfaces, high performance, and great capabilities - with just a tap." Meaning, this feature is set to really transform the way we see and interact with apps and allow us to fully experience a smooth relationship that we might not even notice.
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