By now, most of you have probably heard about the Google Play store’s new redesign.
It seems to have been done quite deliberately, with an emphasis on making the app bundles more modular.
You can create custom bundle templates with any of the major Android devices (with the exception of the Pixel 2 XL) and even some Nexus devices.
In short, you can create and install any app, whether it’s a new app or a new Android app.
You can even make your own custom bundle, for any device, and you can customize the look of your bundle as well.
Now, let’s look at how you can use the bundled templates to build a custom app bundle.
Select an Android app on Google Play.
From the Settings app, select the GooglePlay app store icon.
The top-left corner of the screen will now show an “app” icon.
The app icon will change from “Google Play” to the name of the app you want to install.
If the name is already available in the app store, it will be displayed in the top-right corner of this screen.
If it’s not, you’ll see a message that reads “Your app’s name already exists.”
If you’ve selected the app to install, click Install.
Once you’ve clicked Install, the app will open.
On the home screen, you will see a list of all the available app bundles.
Click the “Bundle” icon in the upper-right.
At the top of the list, click “Browse.”
The “Browze All” tab will open, with a list that shows all the bundle templates available for that app.
At the top, click the “New” button.
The new “Bunch” menu item will open up.
Click on the “Choose your package” option.
Choose the package you want.
The package will open in the bundle editor.
You will see an icon on the right side of the editor that reads “[appname].”
The bundle editor allows you to add custom templates to an existing app bundle, and customize the app bundle to match your needs.
It also allows you see the names of the packages that are already installed on the device.
It allows you select the name for each package that you want, as well as for each template that you’d like to create for that package.
Once a package has been created, you’re able to add that package to your device, install that package, and uninstall that package using the uninstall button.
Install the bundle template.
On your device and on the launcher, click on the package.
You’ll see the app launcher with an icon next to it.
Choose the “App” option from the drop-down menu.
The icon next and to the left of that option will display the name and version of the package for the app that you’re about to install on your device.
You’re ready to install the bundle.
When the install finishes, the Launcher will open with a message asking you for permission to install a new package.
The “App Icon” will be in the launcher icon.
Now, you need to choose a custom name for your bundle.
You need to do this using the “Name” drop-up menu.
You might want to choose the name “Android Bundle,” as this is what Google has used for the “Google App Bundle” in the past.
It’s an easy choice.
Click on “Browster” to select your bundle’s name.
On this screen, click Edit.
At the bottom of the Edit screen, there are two options.
You have two options here.
You could click the one that says “Add a name,” as shown here.
Alternatively, you could click on “Add another name” as shown below.
Note: If you’re on a Nexus device, you should not click the name option.
It will be grayed out, as it’s being displayed in an edit mode.
On an Android device, this is the option you’ll want to use.
The name will be created on the fly, so you won’t have to worry about it.
Add the app package to the launcher.
When the package is added to the Launcher, it should look something like this:Congratulations, you’ve just installed the new Google Play bundle for the Android device you’re trying to install your custom app on.
If everything went according to plan, you might even see a notification when you launch the app in the Launcher.