DashClock’s Play Store Beta Program Now Open For Testers!
During Google’s I/O keynote on Wednesday May 15th, 2013, they announced official beta testing through the Google Play Store – this means that Android developers no longer have to test their applications manually. Instead you can sign up to a beta testing group via the Play Store, and download the beta applications. The first application to take advantage of this opportunity is DashClock, releasing their latest beta widget.
The latest version of the DashClock beta is V1.5 Beta 2, which is available to download via DashClock’s Google+ community. By joining the DashClock’s Google + community, you will have instant access to the latest beta builds for the application and you will automatically receive updates for DashClock – just like you do for any other application.
There isn’t a great deal of new features in V1.5 Beta 2, in-fact the only new feature that you’ll receive when you update is some new DayDream settings. DashClock’s DayDream functionality enables the device to display useful information when docked or in idle mode, with this useful update you can program your phone to display your DashClock information when in DayDream mode.
It’s fairly simple to register for DashClock’s new beta program, you only have to follow three easy steps. So, if you wish to register for DashClock’s latest beta program follow the steps below.
- Join DashClock’s public Google+ community.
- Register to become a beta tester, by clicking here.
- Follow this link, to download DashClock’s latest beta application through Google Play.
DashClock is the first application to fully utilize Google’s new beta program, and so far it’s proving to be a huge success! I hope to see more developers following DashClock’s lead in exploring and using the brand new beta program.