Play Store Update Improves Beta Download Experience

By 01:07 Mon, 02 Aug 2021 Comments

While it has been possible to sideload beta versions of apps on your Android device, it usually involved downloading them from the developer website or through some Google+ group. With the latest Play Store update, however, things are about to acquire a lot easier for those who frequently install beta apps.

To hold advantage of these features, you will need to sign up as a beta tester. You will acquire a prompt when you open Play Store and you can accept to become a beta tester.

Once you do that, you will see beta apps on the store. These apps will be clearly marked as (Beta) at the discontinue of their title. If an app has never been released before in stable version, you will also see (Unreleased) at the discontinue of the title. You will also be able to join or leave a beta test program through an option at the bottom of the app page. You can leave feedback to the developer, which is seen privately, instead of leaving a public review.

This should not just assist the users but also developers looking to acquire some feedback on their recent apps.

The update is rolling out now but Android Police has an APK for you in the link below.




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