Good news for all the Android users out there! Recently, Google has announced the launch of its Google Play instant, which is the first step taken after the revamp of the Google Play Store. This Instant is quite a boon for the Android users thus making it easy for them to tap and try a game without even downloading it first.
Some of the first games to utilize this Google Play Instant include Clash Royale, Words with Friends 2, and four other game titles. For instance, while a user is trialing a game, Google would display an “Install now!” button to install the full game on the Android device if the user chooses so.
Google began its Instant apps venture at 2016’s Google I/O and slowly began piloting the feature.
Google even lists a handful of apps that support Instant apps, including Skyscanner, NYTimes Crossword Puzzle, Buzzfeed, Onefootball, Red Bull TV, and the UN’s ShareTheMeal app. Along with this, these apps now also have a “Try it Now” button on their store listings to let Android users know that the feature is available.
Here, the question arises that if Google can serve up game trials instantly, what app trial can’t it provide to Android users? Perhaps a lot more on this can be heard at Google I/O 2018 in early May.