This is a nice idea and should have been implemented earlier. Better late than never. But my question is, can we backup the updated app (apk) on internal or external storage using backup tools like ES File Explorer?
More reason to love Android. Take that non-android phone. You know who I am talking about. I wish every data is shrink in the future. Every update always make it bigger and bigger.
Romie Lee, 25 Jul 2016the playstore itself needs to resize, and its RAM and CPU consumption are so alarming! Wheneve... moreInstalling FB app is one of the worst decisions one can take.. I installed FB app couple of times and even messenger app for like 10-12 times only ending up uninstalling it within hours!
This is good for people that got low speed internet too like mine.
Good news for Android users. But I wish they won't decrease app quality.
Awesome. Apple should also come with such optimizations in iOS 10. especially the App Store is soooo slow
So does this mean that whenever we'll be updating apps like Facebook wherein normally the update is about 46MB, would it be lesser?
Good move, that's one kind of optimization. Not just those on limited data plans, it will also help those sharing public Wi-Fi.
Android user100, 25 Jul 2016Good news. Facebook its for you, zuckerbug take itHahahah Yep! when does this all start??
the playstore itself needs to resize, and its RAM and CPU consumption are so alarming! Whenever wifi or data is inabled, even if you don't intendend to use it yet, this app run on the background like you had just minimize it entirely before. Even though it's not the case.