How To Test Android Apps Before Installing From Play Store

In May last year, Google introduced Android instant app which is a feature that lets users Test Android Apps Before Installing Them from Google Play Store. So in this post, you will learn how to test Android Apps before installing from Google Play Store.
How to test Android apps before installing from play store

The purpose of this feature is to curb the frustration of people who downloads apps they thought were amazing but in actual sense, very awful to them. So now all you do is test the app and if it's okay by you, then you go on to install.

How To Test Android Apps Before Installing Them On Google Play Store

More instant apps features are been added on Google Play store listings, and with just a “Try It Now button,” you can access the feature.
To test an app without installing, just tap on the instant app url. To support this, developers partition their apps into small, runnable parts, so they can start within seconds.

These are some of apps already listed as instant apps; BuzzFeed, NYTimes (Crossword), Hollar, Red Bull, Skyscanner, Onefootball Live Soccer Scores. You can try them out to see things for yourself. With the current integration, users will be able to try these Android apps before actually downloading and installing them.

Some of the upcoming changes google will bring soon in play store include improved home section for games which will soon feature trailers and screenshots of gameplay and two new browse destinations are also coming soon; namely ‘New’ (for upcoming and trending games) and ‘Premium’ (for paid games).

Additionally, Google Play Security Reward Program was also introduced. It will allow Google to find vulnerabilities and notify developers via security recommendations on how to fix them.


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