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Huawei Quick Apps is Huawei’s alternative to Google Instant Apps

Android without Google and Google Mobile Services (GMS) is an alien concept to the average consumer, one that fundamentally alters the experience they have come to expect out of their Android smartphone. And because of certain political decisions, Huawei faces the unenviable task of convincing the world outside of China that it can provide a...

Google announces improvements to App Bundles, Instant Apps, and app management tools

Each year, Google hosts an invitation-only event called Playtime. Google invites selected developers of apps and games from the Play Store to the event to share the latest features and tips to improve their apps. At this year's event, Google announced updates to the Android App Bundle, Google Play Instant, and the Google Play Console.Android...

Playable game demos are finally possible on the Google Play Store

Have you ever came across a cool-looking game on Play Store that you're not sure if it's worth installing? From now on, you'll be able to try games on Play Store before downloading or buying them. AppOnBoard Demos are now integrated into Google Instant Apps. Any developer can give users the ability to play a...

Developers can now publish Instant Apps without a website

Google announced Instant Apps back in May of 2016 during Google I/O. For those of you that don't know, Instant Apps don't require installing on your device. You just have to tap on the 'Try Now" button and it will open instantly. This is great for media or other kinds of small apps. Even game...

Android App Bundle & Google Play Dynamic Delivery will reduce app size to help increase user retention

As a developer, it's up to you to do everything in your power to improve user retention. Keeping the install-to-uninstall ratio as low as possible is important for your app to be ranked highly. New users are joining the Android ecosystem by the millions each year as Google continues expanding into markets such as India...

Google Play Store Showcases Android Instant Apps with “Try Now” Button

Android Instant Apps were first showcased in Google I/0 2016. The premise was great: users could try out apps without the hassle of actually installing them. Instant Apps worked by breaking down a native app into small parts, which could be loaded faster and downloaded, then executed quickly. It displayed the UI screen for an...