How we can forget the trend of stories which was first evaluated by the Snapchat. In the last few months, the application got noticeable and interesting features in new updates and more and more people are joining this social service. According to the recent numbers the Snapchat network has more than 191 million active users spread across the world.
If you are Snapchat Beta user than this might be the good news for you. Snapchat is now giving the opportunity to everyone to use their Alpha build on Android devices. Just in case if you don’t know the Alpha build, it is an early stage of app development. When app developers add a new feature which in the majority of cases unstable, called as an Alpha build. And mostly every developer don’t allow it’s every user to user to use their Alpha build except some number of users.
While Snapchat is now allowing its Snapchatters to use Alpha build and experience the new feature even faster than the final stable version. However, you should do note that in the Alpha version, the app features may unstable and there will be crashes on some stages as well. For all of those who are seeking to use Alpha build, follow the steps below.
How to Avail for Alpha Build
You will only be able to get the Alpha version if you are already in the Snapchat Beta program. For all of those who are using stable version and not using Beta updates, make sure to go to Play Store and apply for Beta. Now, at this point, I am guessing, you are a Beta user. So, let’s dive into the steps.
- Check your Snapchat Beta version by going into Device Settings> Installed Apps. To get the Snapchat Alpha update, you must have to install version 10.40.0.0 Beta.
- Install the app on your device and open it.
- Head over to the Settings> Snapchat Alpha
Please do not the option for Snapchat Alpha will be available if you are selected to test their Alpha version.
- Now, simply on next screen you can apply and download the Alpha version from the Google Play Store.
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