- Nov 9, 2015
After first unveiling the Android Instant Apps platform at Google I/O 2016, the web giant is finally taking steps to introduce the new initiative to the public. If you hit up the source link, you will land on a list of app within the Play Store that already support the technology and thus have a new "Try Now" button. Pressing it actually launches the particular app, or at least parts of it instantly, without having to go through a traditional install process. To participate in the neat little public demonstration of one aspect of Instant Apps technology you do have to be running a...