Twitter is the latest tech company to launch a beta testing program on Android, via the Google Play app marketplace. The company has begun taking sign-ups for its “Twitter for Android Experiment Program,” which will allow users to register to test the latest, unreleased builds of Twitter’s Android application.
Users interested in becoming Twitter for Android beta testers can join this Google Group, which then provides further details about the Twitter for Android Experiment Program. The program’s goal, explains Twitter, is to “help us improve Twitter for Android and make it more accessible to people around the world, across a range of Android devices.”
Users who participate in the beta testing program will receive a notification to update their app when new builds are ready, and this build will replace the current Twitter for Android app on your phone. In other words, if using Twitter is mission critical for…
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