Android users who download applications and games from the Google Play Store must also update this application, in order to benefit from the latest changes. So far, it has been a bit of a pain to install beta updates for applications downloaded from the Google Play Store, because users had to get them from third party sources and to enable the Unknown Sources option. Version 6.7 allows users to join apps directly from Google Play and get their hands on the new features before they’re added to the stable versions of these apps.
Google Play Store 6.7 has started rolling out for Android smartphones and tablets and it comes with one big change: the possibility to join beta apps directly from the store, Until now, users updated their applications by manually downloading and installing updates from the internet, or they tracked down the beta link or navigated through Google+. They had to join a Google+ beta group and after that, they had access to beta apps that were distributed through the Play Store.
From now on, user will sign up, leave a program and wait until the signup for a new beta version will be approved. After that, things will simplify. After testing the latest update, users can leave feedback to app developers, so they can fix bugs and fixes, or bring performance improvements in the net update.
Google I/O developer conference will kick off tomorrow and most likely, the company will give more information about the beta testing feature. Google Play Store 6.7 update will reach all users in the next days, but it can be also found on APK Mirror website.
We suggest you to update Google Play Store immediately and help app developers to improve their applications by leaving feedback for their latest beta updates. Plus, you can test out the upcoming features that will come to your favorite applications, before the final form will be released.