pre-alpha version

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pre-alpha version (plural pre-alpha versions)

  1. A program or application that is not feature-complete and is not usually released to the public. Developers are usually still deciding on what features the program should have at this stage of software development. This stage comes before the alpha version, and is the first software development stage given to a program.