What Is Beta (Release)?
Beta (Release) is a version of software that has been tested by users and developers, but is not yet ready for general release. It allows the developer to get feedback from real-world users before releasing the final product. Beta releases are usually made available to a limited number of people who have agreed to test it out and provide feedback on any issues they encounter. This helps ensure that when the final version is released, it will be as bug-free as possible.
The beta phase can last anywhere from several weeks to months depending on how much testing needs to be done and how many bugs need fixing. During this time, developers may make changes or add features based on user feedback in order to improve the overall experience with their product. Once all major issues have been addressed, then the software can move into its official release stage where it becomes available for everyone else to use.