The application platforms of Google and Apple are having a brutal success in recent weeks, due to the fact that we are all closed at home. So if we used to spend a lot of time on smartphones, now we spend even more, and therefore, we also have more time to explore new apps!
However, as you may know, there are many applications that are not always what they seem, and only when we install them do we realize that maybe it was not quite what we wanted on our Smartphone. But… what if we tell you that it will soon be possible to experiment without fully installing?
IOS 14: Want to try an application before installing? Soon it will be possible!
So, according to what we already know, iOS 14 will allow App Store users to try the applications they want without having to install them completely on their device. All this through a QR code, which directs users to a link, which once loaded will cause the operating system of the device itself to end up downloading a small part of the application.
However, it will be the developers of the application themselves who decide what content users can try. And everything that appears about the application in question, will be shown in a small balloon that will be located in the upper right corner of your iPhone or iPad.
Finally, if the application in question matches what was supposed, the option to install the full version will appear. Being that when loading, it will be immediately forwarded to the Apple Store.
In short, this can really be a great help to all those who are currently in quarantine. After all, you probably already had the job of installing several applications … Which turned out not to be what you expected, and of course, it ended up being a huge waste of time.
In addition to all this, this new feature of iOS 14 can also help a lot to try expensive applications, basically offering a free demo.
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