Good News for the Google services users, who love to experience the most cutting-edge features on their Smartphone. Google has opened up the beta testing for the one of its newest application Gboard, as well as, one for the most important application on your Smartphone. The testers will be able to experience the recent changes in an old and a new application.
The very first application in the queue that you can join the beta testing program is the Gboard. It is a keyboard featuring Google search including web results and predictive answers and easy searching, a predictive type engine suggesting the next word depending on the context. It was released in the December of last year, replaced the Google Keyboard completely and is a whole new way to send messages and take notes. After joining the beta program, your application will be updated from v6.0 to v6.1.
The second application opened for the beta testing, is the Google Play Services. This app is an important one, after the recent release of the Google Assistant for the compatible android devices. By joining the beta testing, you probably are in better position to receive the service assistant faster than some users, but there’s no way of confirming that at this moment.
As a tester, you’ll be receiving the updates from those applications testing version and please note, the versions may be unstable or having few bugs and you can send your feedback to the Google Inc. using the contact information: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org . Being part of testing groups has its own benefit, user is getting access to new features before anyone else and of course betas are for a reason which means everything is not smooth sailing but probably they are likely to be more stable betas than other beta app versions.
If you are interested in joining any of the application and want to explore the new applications, visit the official website, after the registration, you’ll be able to receive the update via Play Store and have a cutting edge from others if the Google releases new updates.