Google is introducing a new feature for its Android and iOS apps today that will let you download a full game library from the Play Store in real-time, using the network layer.
The feature is currently in preview and is limited to just a handful of apps, but Google says that it’s now open to all developers.
This means that you can now download any game from any Google Play store and use it in your own apps without having to install additional software.
This is a big step forward from the past, as Google’s Play Store wasn’t really designed for full game downloads.
“Our goal with this new feature is to provide developers with the tools they need to create compelling apps that truly represent Google Play,” Google said in a blog post today.
The company says that the feature will work in addition to the full game download functionality currently available in Google Play.
However, the new feature does require the developers to add a download button to their app and also requires them to make sure their game is compatible with the new network layer that Google is rolling out today.
The developer still has to implement the new features in their app, but the company says the new system is more secure and easier to use.
“Google Play has long been designed to make it easy for developers to create great apps that bring new features to users in realtime.
Now, it’s easier than ever for developers with a rich experience to make these great apps available to all,” said Rob Pardo, vice president of product marketing for Google Play in the U.S.
Pardo added that the new Google Play download feature will be rolled out to “all developers in the coming days.”
As for the new update to the Play store, Google says it will continue to improve the experience and improve its overall stability over the next few weeks.