A new service that lets users test out apps before they are ready for public release has been launched by the makers of the popular web-based game Angry Birds.
The beta sam lets users choose from a range of games that are not yet available for public download, and then they can test them out in the wild.
Users can then leave comments, and the results are then shared on the site.
The service, called beta testing, lets users try out a wide range of apps before releasing them to the public.
Angry Birds, the latest game in the franchise, was first released on iOS in 2015.
Angry Bird, which has become a cult favourite, has a reputation for being buggy and buggy-prone, but it is a popular game with millions of users.
The game is currently being updated to include a new level and features.
The software has a free version, which is available for people who have already purchased the game, and a paid version which is only available to those who have paid for the game.
In a blog post, a developer named Josh Bloch said beta testing would help developers test their apps for new features and bug fixes.
Bloch wrote that beta testing is “a powerful tool for creating a product with more user engagement and more user satisfaction”.
He added that beta testers would also be “an important part of a robust and transparent beta system”.
“We can use the feedback we get to create better products, which will lead to more happy customers,” he wrote.