With the new feature, you will see a "Try Now" option available with games on Play Store.
The good news is that these videos will not autoplay as you scroll through the Play Store, with Google describing them as "click-to-play video ads". These apps consume less space and are less data hungry. Only SOME games will be in the Instant Gameplay collection right out the gate.
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At present, just six apps are available to try without installing: the two aforementioned games, in addition to Zynga's Solitaire, Bubble Witch 3 Saga, Mighty Battles and Final Fantasy XV. It is also worth noting that the gameplay for Instant games is not more than 30 seconds, neither too little nor too much. Now the games selection is limited, featuring just a handful of games as the service is now in Beta mode for developers. Jonathan Karmel, Senior Product Manager at Google Play said, explaining some very early data from the live experiments which the company had been quietly running since December previous year.
Google launched support for instant apps at the I/O conference in 2016, although with a focus on allowing users to show content from an app without the app being installed. Just look for the "Try now" button. This new tab is meant to help users discover new games. They made a decision to increase the file size because many games require more space simply for graphics. Google will also start showing more information about games like news and YouTube videos.
According to TechCrunch, Google recently opened up its Instant Apps technology to certain Android game developers.