If you are a person who uses his/her Android tablet to browse the web and to access social media platforms, then you might have probably come across a banner that encourages you to download apps to your tablets. In most cases, we decide not to download the app because going back to the Play Store of your tablet to download the app seems like a tiresome thing to do.
In addition to that, some web users prefer not to divert their focus from the thing that they are doing to download a new app. This is where the latest “Instant Apps” technology introduced by Google can help you. This technology allows app developers to design an app in a different way to support individual activities such as buying a product or watching a video content.
So, if any one of the apps in your tablet is capable of supporting Instant Apps features, then it means that you will not have to go to your Play Store to download the apps. Instead, all you have to do is to just visit the website, the tiny app piece that is necessary for the activity you are doing will be automatically downloaded to your tablet.
Instant Apps is currently available on most Android devices running on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) or later versions, as long as users are using the latest update of Google Play Services. However, you will initially have to enable the feature to use it. Below is how to enable Instant Apps on an Android tablet.
- Open the Settings menu on your Android tablet and then click on Google
- Now, scroll down until you locate Instant Apps and gently tap on it. If you are not able to see the app Instant Apps option, it means that the feature is not yet available on your tablet
- Flip the toggle icon on the Instant Apps feature to the On If you are using multiple Google accounts, make sure to select the account that you wish to use for downloading Instant Apps.
- The last and final thing to do is to simply agree to the terms listed on the screen of your tablet. Just click on Yes, I’m In to enable and use Instant Apps on your tablet.