Google Announces "Early Access" Feature for Beta Apps on Play Store

Just recently, Google rolled out the latest version of Play Store v6.7, which featured the ability for users to join or leave beta applications easier. It’s a method that allows developers to attract more users to help with testing the applications. During Google I/O 2016, the company presented new features that go along with the latest Play Store version.

Google seems to be focused on giving a helping hand to developers and making it easier for regular users to join or leave beta testing applications. The update allows Play Store to display open beta apps in search results and display a simple button for users to enroll (opt in).

It also brings new ways in which users and developers can communicate. Users no longer need to post an open review in order to send feedback, they can now directly message the de… (read more)
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