A Google Android instant app is a small software program that enables end users to test out a portion of a native Android app without installing it on a device. Instant apps, although they run like local apps, are native containers with access to a device's hardware.
When it comes to user-friendly and memory efficient services you will definitely think of mobile apps. These platforms have steadily become more popular among mobile users in the recent past. Well, things will still be the same in the year 2019 especially when it comes to these applications.
Part of this is attributed to the fact that you do not have to install the application to enjoy these services. Some of these apps include BuzzFeed, OneFootball and New York Times Crossword among others.
The other conspicuous aspect of these apps is that they will be able to expand the user base. Essentially, there are mobile users that may wish to have an app but be limited with the spacing. Well, this is a non-issue especially when you have the instant apps.
How to enable Android Instant Apps :
1. Navigate to your phone's Settings menu.
2. Scroll down and tap Google under the Personal category.
3. Under the Services category, select Instant Apps.
4. Tap the toggle on the top-right of the screen.
How to use Android Instant Apps :
1. On your Android device, perform a Google search for one of the supported applications listed above.
2. Scroll down and select the app listing that includes the word Instant (as shown below).
3. Tap Open app.
Once the Instant App loads up, you can use it just like you would with any other app that’s been downloaded via the Google Play Store. In Wish’s case, you can access your account, browse through products, and even order things without installing the app to your phone.
If you do want to download the Wish app, however, that process is pretty easy from here. Pull down your notification shade, then tap App info. From here you can install the app, clear the app’s data, and even see which permissions it’s been granted. Tapping the Install button will bring up a new card, allowing you to install the app right from that screen. If you’d rather view the Google Play Store listing, just tap the overflow menu button (three vertical dots), then tap View on Google Play.
Overall, the process seems to be pretty seamless, at least once the Instant Apps toggle is enabled on your phone. There’s no doubt that Instant Apps will be a huge hit in the future; they have so much potential right now, especially for shopping applications like Wish.