You can become a beta tester for Android Auto! (as if you weren’t already)

You can become a beta tester for Android Auto! (as if you weren’t already)
You can become a beta tester for Android Auto! (as if you weren’t already)

Nicola Leagues


23/07/2021 ore 07:51

The beta program of Android Auto it is not entirely new, but until now it was practically impossible to join. Now Google has instead open to all this possibility, in a simple and immediate way. Probably, given the many problems experienced last year with the release of Android 11, Google wants to move forward before the arrival of Android 12, so that the transition to the new version of the operating system is not traumatic for Android Auto users.

Become a beta tester of Android Auto it’s very simple: just go to this address and choose to join by pressing the button at the bottom right. At this point you will have to update the Android Auto app on your smartphone, and that’s it: you are officially a beta tester (as if Android Auto wasn’t already buggy enough!)

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Google also suggests other beta programs that may be of interest to you, with the same accession methods just seen, in particular for the following apps:

If at some point you want to go back to the stable version, you just need to go to the Play Store, on the page for each application, and click on the button to exit the beta. Alternatively, you can visit the links above and click on the “exit the program” button at the bottom right. After doing this you will need to uninstall the app from your smartphone, and reinstall it via the store. If you still have doubts, you can consult the official support page in Italian.

As always, if you had news or bugs to report (on Android Auto and beyond), you can do it via the contact page, and having seen the numerous problems found by the stable version of Android Auto over time, we dare not imagine what the beta has in store for us!

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