The Google Play Store is making small but useful changes to how the app installation progress is displayed on Android devices. Now displayed on the home screen of Android smartphones, users can easily understand how long it will take for the app to download. please remember. This feature was first tested as part of Android 12 Beta. This is all you need to know about it.
Check the progress of Android app installation on the home screen
In the future, users[インストール]Every time you click an option to download an app from the Google Play store, the download progress will now be displayed on your home screen.Users will be able to Shows a black and white version of the app’s icon with a progress ringWith download status.
When you’re ready to install the app, Download status changes to install, And will be installed in a few seconds. This feature is similar to how to download an app on iOS.
This feature allows users to easily see how long it takes to download an app from the home screen instead of visiting the Google Play store to display menus and submenus. However, users can access the Play Store app at any time and stop the download process if needed.
In addition, it became clear that this new change applies to new app downloads, not updates to existing apps. The Google Play Store can only download one app at a time, but you can see multiple apps to download on your home screen. These apps will be downloaded when the time comes.
We recommend that you start deploying the new features to Android devices (both Pixel and non-Pixel) running Android 11 or later. I looked into this, but couldn’t confirm that the feature was working on the device. Therefore, it may eventually reach the user. Please let us know if you can access it in the comments below.
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