Google Play lets you test drive Android apps before installing them
Instant Apps have come to Google's mobile store.
Android's 'instant' apps are now leaner and faster
They'll only load the data they need to run on your specific device.
Google opens up its 'instant' apps to all developers
These bite-sized app chunks could seriously speed up your day.
Google blurs the line between websites and Android apps
You can now add fancy "progressive" sites to the front page and app drawer.
Android Instant Apps begins limited testing
First introduced at last year's Google I/O, the lightweight software loads with a URL tap and installs on the fly.
China's WeChat messenger tests its own version of instant apps
It's pretty similar to Google's (still unreleased) Instant Apps feature.
Google can help you avoid downloading apps you'll only use once
Instant Apps automatically loads a chunk of an app, no visit to the Play Store required.