Google is actively trying to improve the use of the Play Store on Android. The app store is the hub of its entire ecosystem and a place where users can find the apps they actively use on their smartphones.
To improve this application, the search company has a simple idea. Divide the applications and download them in the order in which they are used. This way, more quickly, users can start using them even if they are not complete.
Change in Play Store
This idea is not new from Google for Android. You want to give the Play Store a way to be more efficient and devote a lot of time to installing apps. With this change, users can access the applications before they are fully installed.
This would be a question of dividing applications into different modules and clearly identified functions, as described. Thus, gradually, applications will reach smartphones, tailored to their needs and their usefulness.
Attendance of the application is very efficient
The big difference now is that Google is starting to make this new feature available to users. According to many, the new alert will be displayed in the Play Store. It warns users about the novelty and how it can be used.
To enhance this innovation, Google will use the information it collects from Android users. To begin serving these modules at the beginning of the installation of applications, you need to know which components are used initially in each application.
Upgrading Android and smartphones
This is a feature that depends on the learning process with the data provided by the users. Of course, at any time, this data collection can be disabled by users, even if the data needs to be anonymized and grouped.
This will be a very important feature for Android and Google. The installation of the applications offered in this store is optimal and very simple, and it is fast and efficient.
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