This Google Play Store feature has already been announced in March, but has not yet been rolled out to users, however new details have emerged these days.
The well-known whistleblower Mishaal Rahman provided an update on the current status of this feature explaining that the Google Play Store code suggests that by archiving their apps, those deleted retain the user's data and documents that if they need the app again, they can simply touch its icon to download it.
This method helps reduce the space occupied by apps on Android devices by 60% and should be useful for apps that are rarely used, however the leaker specifies that you must wait for a Google Play Store update for the feature to become accessible.
This week Google also began forcing users to automatically update apps via the Play Store, however a recent study found that the Google Play Store and App Store are full of apps that have not been updated by developers.
Written by Matteo with love from Italy