The Google Play Store has begun to offer ‘Lite’ applications to some users.
Today, when smartphones are based on 10 years of age, although a lot of flagship flags are pushed into the phone market every year, a large majority still use a few years of equipment. However, it is also systematically increasing that application data fill gaps in the storage space. We are not surprised to see that ‘Lite’ practices are increasing in the two years we have passed. Briefly, ‘Lite’ applications can be said to be lighter than popular services.
At the beginning of the ‘Lite’ applications, which are increasingly used in recent years, there are many services such as Facebook Lite, Skype Lite, and Twitter Lite. However, in Play Store searches, these alternatives were not preferred by users unless they were in the top row.
It looks like Google is trying to solve this problem with a new message about some of the lite applications that appear for some users. As shown in the screenshot above, the message tells the user that a given version of the given application is available. The message also shows the file size of the lite application and takes you to the application list when you click on “View”.