There are new options available in the Google Playstore for Android OS users now. These help the users to easily see and unsubscribe all the apps they have subscribed to for beta version testing. Users can also cancel pre-registrations for unreleased apps.
Google Playstore comes with thousands of applications that users can download in a jiffy. Developers can use multiple release channels to launch a single app while users can use various beta programs on the App to start using it.
Playstore brings new Options to cancel registrations and clear wishlists
There are several options available in Google Playstore through which users can subscribe to various Apps. They can also create wishlists and register for the upcoming apps with the available opt-in.
The earlier Opt-in methods in the Playstore made selection easy. However, when the user wanted to unsubscribe, it was always a long and multi-step process.
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New options for easy cancellation
Google Playstore, however, has launched a new feature through which users can unsubscribe easily without much hassle. In the Google Play Preferences section, there are new options to undo your Subscriptions and clean the wish list. You can, within no time, leave the various Beta Versions programs of any App you chose to join earlier.
You can unregister from the various upcoming events. You can also cancel pre-registrations for apps.
Annoying Notifications are now easy to stop
While downloading Apps for just out of curiosity, you may subscribe or register for upcoming features or events in the Playstore, however, after some time you might want to unsubscribe. The notifications also are annoying to many users as they are not interested in knowing about the latest updates. Users could unsubscribe the beta version testing subscriptions and wishlists earlier also at the individual app level, but it was a very taxing task to visit a particular app.
The latest version of the Playstore lets you do this in one tap. It is an in-a-way – Global button of sorts for all the subscriptions.
So you can use the latest option available in the Google Playstore App Settings to,
1} Clean Wishlists
2} Unsubscribe for beta Versions
3} Unregister Upcoming programs and events
4} Unregister for Unreleased Apps