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OLLI_S
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Beta-Applications Page

Hello,

here in PA there are many applications available as portable versions.
They are only accessible here in the forums.

If I search for an application like "CCleaner", I get many search results.
Even if I make an "Advanced" search in the "Beta" forums only, I get many search results.

When I search for example in the beta forums for "Lazarus" then I find two pages of search results.
To find the proper link is not easy here.

So here it would be fine to have a list of all beta applications, that links to the concerning product page.
In my eyes the list should be like the normal applications list found on https://portableapps.com/apps
This list should contain all available beta versions.

Please consider this idea.

Greetings

OLLI

Gord Caswell
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AlReady exists

Such a list already exists. Try checking the Test Releases page.

OLLI_S
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Many apps missing there

Hello,

in this list many apps (that are available in the forums) are missing.
Like CCleaner, Defraggler or Recuva.

Greetings

OLLI

depp.jones
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Some devs don't consider

Some devs don't consider placing their Development Test Releases on the list (for their own reasons). Some just release apps to the community without the purpose to get them officially listed. And some post their release once and never come back and therefore don't maintain them either. This is an open community and contributions come on different ways. To find them all, you just have to use the search function and work through the results (yes, drupal is not the best for giving precise search results). One hint to find useful results is the additional "Develepment Test" in the topic's title and the date of the release (and/or the last activity in that thread).

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