One of the biggest announcements at Google I/O 2016 was something called Android Instant Apps.

What makes this interesting, is that it will allow you to try out an app from a link without the need to download it from the Google Play Store.

During the conference, Google showed how this could be used with apps like Buzzfeed and B&H, all a user would have to do is click a link, Google Play would then download a few small parts and then provide them with access to limited functions of that app, meaning you can access data for an app quickly, that you don’t intend to use again.

After you have finished, you will then be able to download the full app if you wish.

Instant apps will roll out to users later this year, and will work with any Android phone that runs Android KitKat or above.

Ahead of that time, you can take a quick look at the video below for more information.

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