Google tests streaming app to let users try Android games




Google has begun streaming apps from the Play Store to give users the opportunity to try to fix them before they proceed to a purchase and installation. It is a preliminary test with games, in a few countries.

Users can games that are part of the test, indicated by a ‘try Now button next to the purchase button, discovered Android Police. Who wants to try an app can through this button for ten minutes a taste of the action. The app revolves on Google’s servers, and the image is sent with streaming to the user’s smartphone. If time runs can proceed to purchase and actual installation.

The functionality works for a number of games in a limited number of countries, including the United States. Google has not officially announced the start of the stream option. Perhaps the company will give more details at its event in San Francisco Tuesday. During that event, Google announced the new Pixel smartphones.

Google has been experimenting more with streaming apps. Last year published reports streaming apps directly from the search results. At Google I / O 2016, the company also unveiled Instant Apps for Android, a technique that makes it possible to run applications without installing them first.


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