Google begins open beta program for Messages application

Fans of testing out buggy or unstable versions of Google applications, which would be the greater part of readers here at Android Police, will be excited to hear that Google is revealing a testing program for the Messages application (née Android Messages). Similarly as with other beta testing programs, people should simply select in, and they will be among the individuals who get the chance to look at new features and bugs early.

To go along with, people will have to explore to this page and click the enormous evident blue button to become a tester. History being any indicator, versions of applications distributed by Google in the testing program can have really significant bugs, so don’t select in if the reliability of the Messages application is a firm necessity.

Should people decide to leave the program, they can quit later by visiting that equivalent link once more. People can likewise observe beta program accessibility/the link to leave directly on the Play Store by means of Android Police’s own Toolbox for Google Play Store Chrome extension, additionally accessible for Firefox.

The formal declaration of the new open beta testing program comes via a post by a Google employee to the Messages help community, together with a formal request that members not “publicize or share the features you’re testing until they’re publicly available” — like anybody will hold fast to that. A help page in regards to the program with details for selecting in, out, and how to send feedback in regards to the application was likewise made.

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