There are hardly any small apps these days. Most of them just seem to get bigger by the day and drain your smartphone space and distort your data plan. Google has tried to resolve this issue with its App Bundles.
Google App Bundles is a system that allows developers to build multiple versions of their apps for different devices depending on the configuration and the Play Store can download the appropriate APK to the individual’s phone -use as appropriate.
Google now wants to take things a step further as long as the “App install optimization” is easy to install and open these apps. This is going to examine which part of the app will be used first when it is first opened and then use that data to advance the app update and launch process, Android Police said .
App installation optimization is not yet available on the Play Store, however, 9to5Google has seen a support document for the feature that is already live.
When you open an app for the first time, Google keeps track of which parts of the app you are using and what you are not using. This can be better explained by an example – when you download and open Instagram for the first time, most users spend the first 10 minutes or so of it. set up their profile and find their friends. If this is what most users do, the Play Store is going to download that part of the app first so you can get going. The mailing tools and story viewer on the app will not be installed yet until you try to use them or strengthen your connection.
Such data can also be used to improve resource management on your device. Instead of opening the entire app in RAM, your smartphone can only load the most used parts and thus reduce the load on the processor and the amount of RAM it uses. missing.
As soon as this app installation optimization feature becomes available, Google is going to let users opt out of the process if they want. To do so, you need to open the Play Store options page and turn the feature off from there.
The thing that will turn this off is if it is going to disable analytics usage, however, you will continue to benefit from the faster app load times based on human usage data. other. According to 9to5Google, Play Store version 25.5.13 includes references to the feature, so we can expect it to be available soon.