Google will let you test new Chromecast features before others

Google | Sep 16, 2016 | Master3395

Is available for all models.

More technology and gaming companies have seen the importance of allowing users to test their software before launch and Microsoft and Apple are two of them which offer access to most of their product portfolio.

Google is not any worse and has among other things a developer program for Android. Now get the company's popular streaming gizmo, Chromecast, a private "beta program."

Search giant explains that this is not is a beta program, but will instead receive early access to features like "will be of the same quality" that is available to others.

Do you want to participate, do the following:


All Chromecasts models can participate in the program and that includes Chromecasts 1, 2 and Audio.

Keywords: Google, ChromeCast

Author: Master3395


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