It is now able to download two apps at once from the Google Play Store.

It’s a common complaint among users of the Android ecosystem that you can’t download many apps at once. To avoid having to wait for each program to download individually, Google has recently released a new option that allows you to download two apps at once.

Android users can now download two apps at once from the Google Play Store, according to 9to5Google. Moneycontrol confirmed that this feature is available and functioning properly by testing it on smartphones, including the Motorola Edge 40 and Vivo V29 Pro. More than two apps downloaded simultaneously, nevertheless, still delay further downloads.

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Please remember that this feature is limited to new downloads at this time. The Play Store still receives updates for installed apps one at a time via a queue system.

Three apps can be downloaded at once from Apple’s App Store. Thus, the reason behind Google’s decision to maintain the two app cap is still unknown. Google may eventually let more than two downloads, according to a report from 9to5Google.

With Google hosting its developer conference, Google I/O, on May 14, 2024, more such updates and new features should be forthcoming from Google and its other services. Other significant changes pertaining to Google services like Bard, Gemini, and others, as well as some new features of the next Android operating system, are also something to look forward to.

At the same event, Google is anticipated to unveil the Google Pixel 8a.

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