At its I/O developer conference 2017, Google has opened Android Instant Apps to all developers. The technology offers a modular approach, allowing users to utilize apps without even installing them.
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After its announcement in May last year, Google is beginning its live testing of Instant Apps. The feature won't yet be available to the general public but developers will get an SDK in a few months.
Google has just announced a new feature that's rolling out to Android devices - called Nearby. This surfaces websites and apps that may be useful to the user based on his or her location.
At Google's I/O developer conference today, the firm announced Instant Apps. With the new feature, you'll be able to open a link within an app, even if you don't have it installed on your device.