Jun 15 AT 9:53 AM Nick Sarafolean 0 Comments

Nextbit opens up a beta testing program for new software


Over the past few years, we’ve seen a great deal of new players enter into the smartphone market. One of the more intriguing companies is Nextbit, a company founded by ex-Googlers that has created a smartphone that’s centered around cloud storage. The Nextbit Robin has received positive reviews since its release, and has captured the interest of those customers who prefer to be on the cutting edge. Beginning today, those same Nextbit customers can be even farther ahead of the game.

Nextbit is introducing a software beta testing program for Robin owners. This beta program will allow participants to test new features ahead of official release and integration into the Robin’s software. That being said, Nextbit is quick to reiterate that this isn’t a way to skip the line and get new software early. Rather, it’s intended to test the software before a wide rollout, so there will likely be bugs and glitches involved for beta testers.

For those interested in joining Nextbit’s beta testing program, follow the source link below for more info and the official application.

Source: Nextbit Community

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