Android users are already accustomed with the frequent Google Play Store updates. While they are released constantly, most of them do not bring anything new, except for some minor bug fixes and small improvements. However, it appears that Google has something big in store for users. An important feature is supposed to come really soon and it will change the way Play Store users interact with applications.
Experience applications before installing them
Various reports have announced that Google Play Store will release a new feature called “Try it”. Just like the name suggests, users will be able to try an app in order to see how it works. However, don’t get too excited yet. This feature is not yet completed and it is still in its developing phase. Therefore, this feature does not work for games and right now it is only available for a few apps. Some of them are Sky Scanner, NYTimes, Red Bull TV, Onefootball Live. Therefore, these apps (and a few others) can be tested with Try it.
The feature works very fast and it doesn’t take any longer than loading a regular web page. Another advantage of this features is that it is available for free and you do not need to pay for it.
Besides the “Try it” feature, users will also notice a change with the Editor’s choice segment. More specifically, now update comes with a brand new look for it. You will also notice a “Premium section” that was added with this update. However, this update is not available yet for all countries and only 17 countries can have it so far.
Additionally, version 8.3.72 of Google Play Store was released for Google and it is now available.