Google’s latest Android N beta is meant for everyone

Written by Jaymin Shah

Want to start trying Android N early? Google is making it way easier today. It’s launching a public beta of N that’s supposed to be polished and stable enough to run on your primary phone.

N has been out in a developer beta for a few months now, available as an over-the-air update if you wanted to check it out. But Google wasn’t exactly promising that it would be stable enough to use day to day — this was just for testing.

Now, N is apparently far enough along that Google thinks it’s ready for more people to try it out. This third beta release comes out today. If you want to opt in, you’ll be able to do so at Android’s website.

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Jaymin Shah

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