Instant Apps that allows you to use non-installed apps in Android has now begun to be tested.
Last year, during Google’s conference I/O presented sökjätten Instant feature Apps to the Android operating system. Instant Apps can best be likened to an advanced form of web apps that do not need to be installed on your mobile to run, but they can instead be run directly from the app store Google Play.
Use of Instant Apps should be smoother if you quickly want to get access to an app, then you only need to click on it in Google Play for it to be opened. When the app is started will be automatically downloaded, only the parts of the app that is needed for the moment.
Yesterday, Google announced that they now have begun the limited testing of Instant Apps. The apps tested include Buzzfeed, Wish, Periscope and Viki. #Google writes that:
– By collecting feedback from users and see how the apps works on repeated use, we will in the next steps to be able to extend the experience as it involves more applications and users.