If you are an Android user, you might be interested in testing out the new features of MediaFire’s beta Android app. In this article, we'll guide you through the process of joining the beta program and installing the beta app. We'll also go over some of the new features and changes you can expect to see in the latest version.
Step 1: Join the Beta Program
To get started, you'll need to join the MediaFire beta program. This will give you access to the beta version of the app, which includes new features and improvements that are not yet available to the general public.
To join the beta program, visit the MediaFire Beta Testing page on the Google Play Store using this link: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.mediafire.android. Click on the "Become a Tester" button to join the program.
Step 2: Install the Beta App
After you've joined the beta program, you'll need to install the beta app. To do this, follow these steps:
- Open the Google Play Store app on your Android device.
- Search for "MediaFire" in the search bar.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the app page and tap "Join" under "Become a beta tester".
- Wait a few minutes for the app to update on your device. You should see an update available in the "My apps & games" section of the Google Play Store app.
- Tap "Update" to install the latest version of the beta app.
New Features and Changes
The beta version of the MediaFire Android app includes several new features and changes. Here are a few that you can expect to see:
- Share to MediaFire: You can now upload files from anywhere on your device using the "Share to MediaFire" option. This makes it easy to quickly upload files to your MediaFire account without having to navigate through the app.
- More Sharing Options: When sharing files to other Android apps, you now have more options available to you. This makes it easier to share your files with others in the way that works best for you.
- Additional Changes: The photo backup feature has been deprecated in this version. Going forward, you will need to manually upload any files you wish to add to your MediaFire account. Also, the ability to play music as a playlist within a folder is no longer available.
By joining the MediaFire beta program and installing the beta app, you'll have access to new features and improvements that are not yet available to the general public. This is a great way to stay up-to-date with the latest technology and help improve the app for everyone. To get started, follow the steps above and enjoy testing out the new features!