Android Instant Apps (AIA) are now one step closer to reality. On Monday, Google said some of the first Instant Apps are now available to Android users in a limited test.
Generally, to use an app on a mobile device, you first need to download and install it. With Instant Apps, an app can run right away without the initial installation process just a web app. Google showed off Android Instant Apps last year at its I/O developer conference. Instant Apps makes a thin line between websites and apps you need to download. you need no to actually download the app, this will help save some storage space.
Just few instant apps exist and they are BuzzFeed, Wish, Periscope and Viki, Google said in an Android Developers blog post. After collection feedback, Google said it plans to expand the experience to more apps and users.
For developers, Google has laid out some important steps to get ready for Instant Apps. The full software development kit (SDK) will be available in the coming months.So get to work.
Instant Apps will bring a whole new revolution in android.