Google Play allows you to test applications without installing

Oct 25, 2017 | 6:00 pm

Published by | Chandan Singh

Google will present the upcoming cardinal update of the Google Play store. Most attention is paid to the option Instant Apps, which allows, using streaming data, to test the application without first installing it on the smartphone.

The Instant Apps option helps you determine how much the application or game you are purchasing is ready for before you pay for installing the paid version of the software.Previously, there was a system of refunding money for paid applications in case of refusal from it within two hours. The Instant Apps option greatly simplifies the process of selecting the required application.

The first mention of the development of Instant Apps appeared in May 2016, but support for applications such an option in Google began only in January 2017. Currently, the Instant Apps option is not supported by so many applications: search engine tickets, auto and Skyscanner hotels, services for video Red Bull TV and Vimeo, Onefootball, BuzzFeed and NY Times-Crossword applications. The rest of the developers will need time to adapt the software for the new function.

To approve a new option, just click the Try button in the Google Play store. Trial testing is only possible with applications that support Instant Apps . Despite the official release, the new feature is not supported by all devices and not in all countries.