Google Play Store v18.6.28 Hints At Automatically Installing Apps And Games For The Pre-Register Apps and Games


Google Play Store is one of the most important apps for Android as it is the main platform from which Android apps and games are distributed to millions of users around the world. Google keeps on making changes to this platform to improve user experience and to provide better support. 

A few years ago, Google introduced an option for publishers to create pre-release Play Store listings and allow end-users to express their interest in the app by pre-registering for it. Now, the Google Play Store may be preparing to automatically install these pre-registered apps and games on the end-users device.

As reported by XDA Developers Google Play Store v18.6.28 contains strings that indicate that the app distribution platform may soon automatically install apps and games that users have opted for by pre-registration.

As of now, when a user pre-registers for an app or a game, they get notified when the app is finally released to download. And if the user wants, he can download that particular app or game. But, this upcoming change presumably would install the app or game for you automatically, and then notify you that it was installed.

However, it is expected that Google might allow users to choose whether they want to download and install the pre-register app or not. Also, it asks users to select whether they want to automatically download the app on WiFi or mobile data.

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