Google expands its Early Access beta testing program to more developers

If you recall, at this year’s I/O conference, Google unveiled a new Play Store section – called Early Access – for users to try out beta apps and games before they’re officially released. At launch, which happened sometime in June, the company partnered with 29 developers for the program.

Now, the search giant has opened up the beta testing program to more developers.

“If you are a developer getting ready to launch on Google Play, you can nominate your app or game to be part of Early Access,” the company said in a blog post. “New titles are added weekly and thousands of users are looking to experiment with new and exciting ideas.”

For more information on how to nominate an app, head to the Source link below.

It was also revealed that the program saw more than a million beta app installs in over a month of its launch.