New ‘Beta’ section appears in Google Play for some


Google appears to have added a new menu under the ‘my apps and games’ tab of the Google Play Store. The menu gives you control over which apps installed are enrolled in beta programs.

The ‘beta’ section is not appearing for everyone just yet, but thanks to sources who saw it, we have a better idea on what functionality it offers. According to sources, the beta tab lets users not only see which apps are in the beta testing phase, but also let you enroll and unroll in these beta programs.

Beta programs let passionate users try new features to apps while they’re still being tested. Beta versions may be a bit buggy, and that’s why you should update with caution and know how to backtrack to an older version if need be. Users should also be able to send feedback from beta programs right inside the Play Store application.

If you want the best chance possible to see the new ‘beta’ section, we recommend updating to the latest version of Google Play (6.7.13). You can then hope it reaches you!

SOURCE [Reddit]
VIA [Droid-Life]

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