Here’s How You Can Beta Test New WhatsApp Features Before Regular Users

WhatsApp, being a standout amongst the most utilized messaging applications on the planet, continues testing new highlights occasionally in various districts. While some of them remain covered up and are discovered later by some inquisitive personalities, others are straightforwardly noticeable when you open them. Notwithstanding, not every one of them touch base in the last update for the users. The individuals who do detect these highlights and utilize it before every other person on the planet are the beta analyzers. For those uninformed, it is extremely simple to wind up one.
So what do you do to become a beta tester?
Becoming a WhatsApp beta tester on Android is really easy. Once you become a beta tester you can experience features before they are rolled out to millions of other people around the globe. This requires no rooting of the handset or even manual downloading and installing of any .apk file. WhatsApp has given an official route to become a beta member. Here’s how you do it.
All you need to do is to open the WhatsApp beta test page on any of the browsers. You can visit the link – and simply log in to your Google account that is linked to your Android device. If you are signed in from multiple accounts, you can click on the account icon on the top right corner and choose the preferred account. Once done, just click on the option that says “Become A Tester”.
And voila!
As soon as you become a beta tester, you will get an update to the WhatsApp app automatically. It is also possible to visit the app’s listing page on Google Play and download it from there. After becoming a tester the listing will show ‘(beta)’ mentioned besides the name.
You can also leave the beta testing program anytime you like. For that you would need to uninstall the beta app version and simply install the public version from Google Play.


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