Google Play store provides automatic installation for pre-registered games and apps

The Google Play Store has been preparing a feature that automatically installs applications and games that users pre-register. It seems that this feature is now available to the first users. Some people will see a new option during pre-registration, enabling them to take advantage of the features that are automatically installed at launch.


The user scrolls down a bit on the "Games" tab of the Play Store until they see the "Pre-registered games" section. Select any game, such as "Heroes of the Empire", and then click the pre-registration button. 

Google Play store provides automatic installation for pre-registered games and apps


It will then provide users with two options: send notifications when available and install automatically when available. According to the content selected by the user, a small prompt will appear in the application list, telling the user that when the game is available, they will receive a notification or the game will be automatically installed as soon as it comes out.

It is unclear whether pre-registered apps and automatic game downloads will also be launched on mobile networks, but the Play Store feature may only be available on Wi-Fi by default. At present, this function has been launched, it may be launched as a server-side switching function, but it may also be a function of the lock area.


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