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Beta testing is crucial for a developer to build a stable product.

A new feature called beta testing is added in Google Play Store which was announced at Google I/O 2016.

Google Play provides early access to Android devices owners with the opportunity to install a hand pick set of open beta program.

The aim is to get the valuable feedback from the users prior to launch.

The beta version means less stable apps than others apps on the play store.

People who love to get their hands on new apps which are not yet released they should definitely give a try.

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Here is the step by step guide to try unreleased/beta release on Play Store:

Step 1: Launch Google Play Store. Make sure you have an active internet connection as you’ll download apps from Play Store.

Step 2: Look for the link to “early access” at the end of the list where you see “top charts,” and “games.”

Step 3: Choose your desired app and tap on install and follow the onscreen instructions.

Step 4: You can also a beta release of the app from Play Store. Simply type the name of the app in the search bar followed by word “beta”. For example, search for “Prisma beta” will show the beta version of Prisma app.