Google is experimenting in the Play Store

 


Google is experimenting with a new feature that will compare similar apps by helping you choose between some of them that perform the same function.

In order to help users find the apps they are looking for, Google is constantly making improvements to the Play Store app store.

It is in the interest of the company that you download and install as many applications as possible and even encourage you to buy some of them.

According to Android Police, Google is experimenting with a new feature that will compare similar apps by helping you choose between some of them that perform the same function.

If you have ever visited an app store, you may have encountered the product comparison feature. Essentially Google will add a space for comparing apps called "Compare Apps".

In this space appear some applications which are similar to the application you are viewing or installing and located at the bottom of the page.

The function compares information such as ease of use or whether there are some features or features that the existing application has. To build this comparison Google will take information from user ratings.

It is currently an experiment and it is not known when it will be available to users.