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Hey Mi Fans,
We all use various apps day in and day out on our smartphones. There are some essential apps which we can’t live without. While there will be a few apps which we don’t use so often.
We can’t judge a book by its cover and an app by its name. Many of us download some game because the name sounds good and pictures shown look good. We play it for some time, and then decide it’s not our cup of tea and then we uninstall that.
It is not as simple as it sounds. Firstly, we waste our time waiting for the game/app to be downloaded, our storage space and data also matters.
What if we can try an app before we download it, just like we try on some clothes before buying?
Google has brought Instant Apps/ Google Play Instant for our relief. Instant Apps was first announced at Google I/O, the annual developer conference held by Google at California, 2016.
Instant apps are the android solution which brings speed and power of the regular app to web apps instantly. It’s like a fusion of a website and an app. They operate and look like normal apps we use but they don’t need any installation and work instantly like a website.
You can find Instant apps, like all the other apps on Playstore. But there are only a few apps which support this feature at this moment. By clicking on ‘Try Now’ button, you can try the apps instantly without wasting any time.
Since it works like a website, it doesn’t get stored anywhere in your phone and once you close it, you won’t be finding it on your home screen or app drawer.
How to turn on Instant Apps on your phone?
How to find an Instant App?
You can’t find an instant app separately. As you go through play store for downloading some app or game you’ll find ‘Try Now’ beside the Install button. Clicking on that will let you use the Instant version of the app.
So, unless you are searching for that particular app, there’s no way you can know that it has an Instant App version.
Apps like Buzzfeed, Clash Royale, Viki, Redbull, Crossword(NY Times), etc are available to use now as an instant app.
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Here's a video about Instant Apps:
How to uninstall Instant Apps?
As said earlier, Instant Apps do not get stored anywhere on your phone, so there wouldn't be any need to uninstall them. You can just close it and you’re done.
Overall, the process seems to be pretty seamless, at least once the Instant Apps toggle is enabled on your phone. And remember, Instant Apps are still slowly rolling out to users, so you might need to wait a little longer to use the feature.
What are the advantages of Instant Apps?
What are the negatives of Instant Apps?
There’s no doubt that Instant Apps will be a huge hit in the future.
So, how many of you like the feature and how many times did you use Instant Apps?
Do let us know in the comments.
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