Back in 2016 at Google I/O event, Google first introduced the Instant app feature, allowing Android users to try out selected apps without actually installing them on their smartphones. However, Google first implemented the feature in online search results to check whether the feature fits perfectly for the Google Play Store or not.
Now with the successful implementation, Google has started adding Instant Apps to the Play Store to benefit all the Android users. The new feature will let Android users see a new ‘Try it Now’ button on certain app pages that will allow users to try out an app without even going through the process of downloading the app first.
As per reports, Google has currently flagged only six apps under the new feature but soon the number of apps with the same feature is likely to expand.