The Play Store gets a “try now” button for games, no install required – Ars Technica


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The Play Store gets a “try now” button for games, no install required
Ars Technica
The annual Game Developers Conference is happening this week, and Google is celebrating by bringing its "Instant apps" feature to games on the Play Store. You'll be able to instantly try a very small number of Android games before installing them, via
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