Google Play Store, the central hub for Android applications, Games, Music, Books is coming with a small but powerful new feature in a few days. The feature is right now testing with selected users around the world.
Imagine a situation that if you found plenty of interesting apps which you wish to install on your phone whenever you reached a working Wi-Fi network. The new feature helps you to queue those apps for WiFi.
When you are going to download apps from the mobile network, one pop-up will appear on the screen which asks you whether you “Wait for WiFi” or download instantly. You can select Wait for WiFi and add as many other apps as you wish to the download queue. Once you connected to any trusted WiFi network, all the pending apps will begin the download.
Right now similar feature is already available for auto-updates of installed apps on our Android phones. When we hit the Google Play Store settings, there is an option called “Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only” presented on the screen.
Now Google is bringing the same feature to the new app installations. The feature is now in Beta testing and rolled out globally soon to all the Android phone users through a Google Play Services update.