Google has launched a new AR app that's both simple to use and fun. It is built on the same premise as the Instant Apps program for Android apps, which was released past year and is now available to users in 40 countries including India.
Google had been talking about how they will introduce a new feature that will allow Android users to test a game before they install/buy it. Google has finally introduced the feature as "Google Play Instant".
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According to TechCrunch, Google recently opened up its Instant Apps technology to certain Android game developers. The section also lets you see video game trailers and even find a particular game using tags such as "New" or "Action". However, please note that you will not be given the entire game to play. For instance, Mighty Battles' instant app lets you play full rounds of game, despite the software utilizing some higher-end graphics. Google will also show YouTube videos showcasing various strategies to help players hone their skills and also news about their favorite games. The result is an app or game that can start up instantly, but the small size often means you are limited to certain features. The apps can be booted up instantly from their listings in the Play Store or the Play Games app, and you'll be given a sample of the gameplay to try out. Just tap the "Install now!" button to install the game. While the game mechanics are the same for full-version downloads and Instant games, the latter restrictions the amount of time a user can spend playing.
In addition to the Google Play Instant, the upgrade includes some considerably big user interface improvements which mainly focuses on user experience and convenience for app previewing.