I've never particularly liked Google Play. Its design and interface layout seemed somehow illogical and inconvenient to me. App Store is different. He has a cool design, and all the elements are built somehow in a clever way so that everything is in its place and you do not need to take unnecessary actions to go to the desired section. However, over time, Google changed its mind and, firstly, removed that terrifying green fill from the Google Play design, and, secondly, began to expand its functionality.
Are you constantly missing new items on Google Play? Now this problem will not be
One of the innovations that appeared on Google Play with the release of the latest update is the function of automatically downloading new applications. No, of course, the catalog does not install on your smartphone all the new items that only appear in its range. After all, it would kill your machine pretty quickly. Only those applications that have not yet been released are automatically installed, but a page dedicated to them has already appeared on Google Play, so that fans can subscribe to the release notification.
New apps for Android
Automatic installation is a very handy feature
Yes, the ability to subscribe to the release notification was on Google Play before, but now, after you subscribe, the catalog will offer you to agree to the automatic installation of the application. As a result, as soon as the release of the novelty takes place, it will immediately be downloaded to your smartphone and will appear on your desktop. The download will take place in the background, so no active action is required from you. And since a connection to a wireless access point will become a trigger for the download to start, then you won't have to worry about excessive traffic either.
Now let's take a look at what the auto-install feature is good for. At first glance, it may seem that there is nothing unusual and even more useful in it. However, it was her that I missed all these years. As you know, on Android new applications and games are released with a small (or large) delay relative to iOS. I don’t know about you, but while I’m waiting for the release, I either forget about the new product, or I manage to cool down so much that any desire to download it myself completely disappears.
Why auto-install applications is needed
I will definitely use autoinstall
Being able to subscribe to a release notification doesn't help much. It just so happens that it always comes to me at the most inopportune moment. For example, when I work or do chores around the house, I don’t have the opportunity to install and even more check an application or game right now. Therefore, which is logical, you have to postpone the download until later. And thanks to the autoinstall function, the application or game that I have long dreamed of will appear on my device automatically, and I will not lose it. I know what I'm talking about, because such situations have happened so many times in my practice.
I have not yet had the autoload function, but, according to the assurances of the users who received it, Google has already begun distributing the update. If you can't wait to try out the innovation, you can download the APK version of the Google Play Store, which is available at this link, and after installing it, replace the standard one. Rest assured: this will not cause any failure, and one version will automatically replace the other. The only thing is that, as I understand from user reviews, the new mechanism downloads the application that you subscribed to, quietly and does not notify about the fact of downloading in any way, which means that it still has a small chance of missing the update.