iOS 14 will allow you to try applications without downloading

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The “Clips” feature, which will work like Instant Apps and Slices feature, will allow you to try the applications without downloading.

Today, a new feature appeared in the codes of iOS 14. The “Clips” feature, which will work like Instant Apps and Slices feature, will allow you to try the applications without downloading. Clips, a new API to be installed on the iOS 14 operating system, will allow you to try this application when you read the QR code of an application that is not installed on your phone.

As a reminder, if you read the QR code of an application that is not currently installed on your iPhone or iPad, the link would open in Safari. Thanks to the Clips API, which will be available with iOS 14, it will be possible to try the applications without downloading.

According to the information shared by 9to5Mac, Apple is testing the feature with OpenTable, Yelp, DoorDash, Sony’s PS4 Second Screen app and YouTube. Let’s add that the feature in question is very similar to the feature called Slices, which was launched by Android in 2018.

As a reminder, the Slices feature featured a particular part of the app in Google search results, in Google Assistant or in the Instant Apps feature of Android. In this way, the opportunity to try without downloading the application is offered to users. We will continue to convey developments about iOS 14 to you.

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