The Google Play Store has been preparing a feature that automatically installs pre-registered apps and games from users. It seems that this feature is now available to the first users. Some people see a new option when they pre-register, allowing them to take advantage of features that are automatically installed when they publish.
The user scrolls down the Play Store’s “Games” tab until they see the Pre-Registered Games section. Select any game, such as Empire Hero, and click the pre-register button. It then provides the user with two options: send notifications when available and install automatically when available. Depending on what the user chooses, a tip appears in the app list telling them to be notified when the game is available, or to install it automatically as soon as the game comes out.
It’s unclear whether pre-registered apps and automatic game downloads will also start on the mobile network, but the Play Store may only work on Wi-Fi by default. At present, this feature is already on line, may be introduced as a server-side switchfunction feature, but it may also be the function of the lock zone.