Called Google Play Instant, the feature adds a "Try Now" button to supported apps that, as the name suggests, allows a given user to immediately try out the app.
Now the Instant Gameplay section includes only a handful of titles like Clash Royale, Words With Friends 2, and Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire.
The good news is that these videos will not autoplay as you scroll through the Play Store, with Google describing them as "click-to-play video ads". Devices are fed that data and it runs within a container app that's created on-the-fly on a user's device. However, please note that you will not be given the entire game to play.
For now, there are a handful of games available such as Clash Royale, Words with Friends 2, Bubble Witch 3 Saga and more.
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.More news: Russian Voters Hand Putin A Broad New Mandate
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The billing process is handled by Google and when you want to access that content you just use "Sign in with Google" option and your subscription and preferences are there for you to use.
Instant Games will operate with a smaller portion of the app that can allow users to get a feel for the game before committing.
Users with the latest update of Google Play will be able to test games without a full download. In an official blog post, Mr Jonathan Karmel - Product Manager, Google Play Instant has announced the new update.
The games that support Google Play Instant can also be found under "Instant Gameplay" section under the "Arcade" tab in the Google Play Games app. The redesigned app now also shows news and YouTube videos related to your favorite games. This is where users can discover new games by watching trailers of new and old games.