At last year’s I/O conference, Google showed a sneak pinnacle of a new start that gives clients a chance to communicate with bits of an application without expecting to experience the entire download prepare. Called Android Instant Apps, it was intended to streamline the way toward introducing applications, and now Google is at long last prepared to give us a chance to give it a shot.
While just accessible in a “restricted test” with only four engineers—BuzzFeed, Wish, Periscope, and Viki—Instant Apps could drastically change the way we interact with applications on our cell phones. Lets say you receive a link of an item which in on sale in the Wish app and you don’t have the app on your phone, the first thing you will do is to find the app in Play Store and then you will download and install the app, and then you will open it. After this long process you will be able to view the item, but with Instant Apps, just by tapping the link you can access the access the item which you want, whether the app is already installed on your phone or not. You don’t need to go through such lengthy process.
According to Google reports Full Instant Apps SDK will be available to use in few months.
Instant Apps will be accessible from both old and new Android versions, but google is still working to get the feedback from users because its important in order to make further apps available to users.
The basic idea of the instant apps was to provide services to users which take less time and effort, also to those android users who are using old versions and old android phones who cannot access these apps. Android developers are working very hard to bring more users to interact with Instant Apps. And bring something new which don’t need effort and time to use any app.