Google begins Android Instant Apps limited testing

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Google begins Android Instant Apps limited testing

Instant Apps, an Android feature that allows users to run specific parts of an app without installing the full application, has begun limited testing as noted in a post on the Android Developers Blog.

A number of Instant Apps, including apps from Periscope, Viki, Buzzfeed and Wish have been made available for users to access for a limited time while Google works out the kinks in the software.

The blog also reveals that developers will be able to modularise their own apps to include the Instant Apps feature as the full software development kit will be made available for all to access in the coming months.



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