There are various Beta testing apps available online, and to gain the access you need to join via separate URLs of the apps. Earlier this week, the Play Store in its latest 6.7 version update came up with some beta testing features but were soon vanished as Google turned them back in a server-side change. Later, the features were announced by the company at I/O as part of improvements to Google Play that also includes lots of developer console changes. Now, it seems like the beta testing options have again started showing up on devices of few users on version 6.7.12 of Play Store.
The screenshot provided by the users who got the update clearly shows a new BETA tab under the My apps & games section of the Play Store. The BETA tab display’s the list of all beta apps for which you have joined and by tapping on any of the above apps, you will notice that you are a beta tester. To become a beta tester you can now join the open betas directly from Play Store instead of going to a particular URL.
The new 6.7.12 version of the Play Store is still unavailable to most of the users, but if you are keen to access the new BETA features, you can download it manually from APK Mirror. If you have already downloaded the new Play Store app, then let us know if you can access the beta related features like sending private feedback to developers and the Google Play Early Access section for unreleased apps in the comments section below.