Some users are used to managing the space on their smartphone thoughtlessly. As a result, free memory runs out quickly, making it impossible to install the right application. New software will make it possible to forget about free space problems forever.
Program is called AppStreamer. Right after installation it starts analyzing the device memory, automatically transferring resource-intensive software to a remote server.
“It’s similar to how Netflix movies are actually stored not on your computer, but are broadcast to you when you watch them,” says one of the developers.
Preliminary testing revealed that AppStreamer can reduce the size of popular Android games by 85%. At the same time, most of the experiment participants did not notice any differences in the work of smartphones even during the launch of games. As explained by the creators of the program, in fact, it will act as an intermediate application, automatically predicting when to start downloading information data of the program to minimize the delay.
Developers are relying on the spread of 5G mobile networks, which will eliminate the delay between the server and the device. They also claim that AppStreamer can be used in vehicles with autonomous control, allowing you to quickly and reliably get the necessary data from the cloud. It is not yet clear when users will have access to this technology, but the project has already been supported by a major mobile operator AT&T.