Yet another OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite beta has been seeded to developers and participants of the Apple Public Beta Program on Thursday. This is the seventh beta in the series since the first and comes with a build number of 14D130a. The updated beta comes just a few days after the sixth beta, which was seeded to developers and Public Beta Program participants on April 30th.

Apple notes that Safari and Mail are the main focusing areas in this updated beta and that testers should check these areas for any bugs and report them as soon as possible.

OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite also includes a new Photos application for OS X, which will be replacing Aperture on the OS X Yosemite platform as the main photo editor and viewer for OS X. Moreover, 10.10.3 comes with updated Emojis that let the user adjust their skin tones, as well as improvements to signing into Google services in the OS X Yosemite operating system.

Developers and Public Beta Program participants on the beta channel will find this updated beta waiting for them under the Updates tab in the Mac App Store application. Moreover, it's available online via Apple's Developer Portal Web site.

Installation of the new beta will require a restart, so saving all progress in opened applications is suggested before installation to prevent data loss. OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 should be released to the public some time this Spring, soon.