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Google launches beta testing program for Search app on Android

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If you're the type to sign up for beta testing programs to get first access to upcoming features, then Google wants your help. Mountain View is looking for beta testers for Android's Google Search app -- Droid Life says the company has released a Now card looking for volunteers, but you can also join through the official Play page. Once you're part of the program, you'll get notified of new updates, as always, which you can get through Google Play. This time, though, you're downloading features ahead of most people, some of which might never make it to general release. For first timers, know that a lot of things that go through beta testing are still buggy and unstable, so prepare to use features that still don't work as intended.

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