Google is making some changes to their Google Play Store that will make it much easier for people to beta test Android apps.
According to a recent report by Android Police, the Play Store version 6.7 will allow you to join and leave beta tests for Android apps.
The update will also come with a number of other changes, you can see some more details on these below.
- See beta status at the top of app listings when you are enrolled
- Join/leave beta test from app listing (at the bottom)
- Leave feedback for the developer of a beta app rather than a public review
- Unreleased apps labeled as such at the top of the listing page
You can find out more details about the latest version of the Google Play Store over at Android Police at the link below.
Source Android Police
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