Would you like a sneak-peek into our new version of avast! Mobile Security before the official product release? The opportunity is here. We are looking for advanced Android users to participate in the avast! Mobile Security Beta test. This Beta test will run until August 31, so you have plenty of time to test everything. Your valuable feedback will be incorporated into our product before going public to millions of users, so your participation is vital.
Help our development team by being part of the beta testing team. We need your input!
Here’s how to join the avast! Mobile Security Beta test:
- Join our beta community on Google+
- Click on the avast! Mobile Security (beta)
- Click on “Become a tester”
- Download through Google Play on your device
What we expect from you?
- Provide us with your feedback on the new interface, with a special focus on graphical issues and issues with translations
- Report all potential bugs you find, preferably with print screens
- Give us your suggestions for improvements, additional features, and solutions
Where you can submit your feedback?
Every active participant who provides feedback will receive a 1-year avast! Mobile Premium license.
The new interface has already received praised from beta testers. We want to hear from you. Join the Google+ Mobile Security beta testers community now.
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It used to be that beta had a specific meaning. And I am not talking about Archimedes.
Beta once meant an early, test version of a program. Run it, play with it, and yes – you’ll find some bugs in there. Now thanks to Google, and its introduction of near-perpetual beta, the meaning has changed. And, this may be close to reality as one journalist told me last week, “Remember, people are beta, too.”
Hmmm, but as the journalist also pointed out, if a Google beta is essentially complete, then what is our new Android app – avast! Free Mobile Security? It’s out in beta form and it’s on the Google Market. As a dedicated punster, my first idea was to call it alpha-beta. But on a more serious note, I decided to talk to Ondrej Vlcek, our CTO, about what an AVAST Software beta is all about. So here it is: Read more…