Android 12 will allow you to play games before the download finishes. Yes, Google announced today at its Game Developer Summit a new feature for Android game developers known as play as you download that will speed up almost twice the time from the start of the download in the Google Play Store to the launch of the game.
What is the play as you download feature in Android 12
With this new feature, players will be able to start playing the game before the game is completely loaded. Google also promises with the new play as you download feature in Android 12 that it will only take half the time to go to a game of 400MB or so.
Knowing that the play as you download feature in Android 12 is definitely not new to us as some gaming platforms such as PlayStation or Xbox, already allow you to start playing games before the download is complete.
This isn’t Google’s first attempt to make games load faster, as the company already offers “Google Play Instant,” a related feature that allows gamers to instantly start a game from the Google Play Store. However, the idea here is to completely eliminate the installation process and give players a chance to try out a new game right away.
Like Play Instant, the new “play as you download” feature is powered by Google’s Android App Bundle format, which, for the most part, replaces the old APK. source
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What do you think about the play as you download feature, and what is the most important feature that you liked in Android 12?