Twitter launches ‘Twitter for Android Experiment Program’
Popular microblogging service Twitter has - through the Google Play app marketplace - launched a beta testing program on Android. The program is dubbed `Twitter for Android Experiment Program;' and Twitter has already started taking sign-ups for it.
Twitter's beta testing program on Android gives the users the ability to test the newest, yet-to-be-released builds of the social network's Android application.
The Google Group for the program can be joined by interested users who want to become Twitter for Android beta testers. Upon joining the Google Group, users will get all the requisite details pertaining to the Twitter for Android Experiment Program. However, Twitter has warned the users of the beta testing program that the test builds may be unstable and may contain bugs.
Once the users sign-up for the beta testing program, they will receive a notification that will ask them to update their app when new builds of Twitter's Android app are ready. The new build will replace the existing Twitter for Android app on their devices.
About the key objective of the `Twitter for Android Experiment Program,' Twitter said that the program will essentially help the company improve Twitter for Android, as well as "make it more accessible to people around the world, across a range of Android devices."
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