Google Staff, for Android sets the stage for the screen controls, demo versions, and support for smartphones that are not certified @BitFeedCo.

The teardown of the last update of the app on the Google Ruler for Android (version 2.19) has brought to light some details about the features in upcoming, and the possibility of playing certain games for a limited time.

According to 9to5Google, the app Staff, show that Google will allow Android users to play free of charge for limited periods of time, with references to trials, demos, and weekend newspapers. If you want to see how a game on the Ruler before buying it, this will be very useful, assuming that the publishers use. It is not excluded, however, that some of these content-free trial may be exclusive for the subscribers Staff Pro.

There are also references to many events of sales in the future, including a summer sale, a sale for back to school, the sale of the end of the year and the biggest of them all: Black Friday.

Although you can use an extension to Chrome third-party to operate the controls on the Ruler on the screen on an Android phone, at the moment there is no official support for in-app Ruler. It seems, however, that this will change in the near future, with the mapping of the buttons on the controller, and the presence of touch controls coming in the app. If this will be a good experience is debatable, of course.

Support for Google Staff on smartphones is still rather limited, in part because the devices must be certified to ensure that they work quite well. However, it seems that even the models that are not certified will be able to use the service in the future, although with a warning that the experience may not be stellar.

In short, Google’s Staff is evolving with every single update, reinforcing the thought that at the launch it was little more than a service in beta phase.

The fact that references were found to these new products does not mean that their introduction is near.

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Google Staff, for Android sets the stage for the screen controls, demo versions, and support for smartphones that are not certified @BitFeedCo.