Google has just released a beta version of the Google Search App. This version of the app, still being in beta, will almost undoubtedly be more unstable than the current version of the app, but will possess more exciting search features. These features will allow users to provide Google with information and feedback before the more stable official version of the Google Search App is released to the public.
You’ll need to opt into the beta, which says,
“Google Inc. has invited you to a testing program for an unreleased version of the Google app.
As a tester, you’ll receive an update that includes a testing version of the Google app. Please not that testing versions may be unstable or have a few bugs.
Send your feedback to Google Inc. using the contact information: [email protected]”
Below that text, you’ll see a button that says “Become a tester,” and below that, will be a link allowing you to “Download the Google app on Google Play.”
There’s a chance that beta users will be able to test upcoming Google Now features, new user interface designs, new search features, and more.
Although not officially announced, Google is displaying Google Now cards in the app, asking people to try out the beta. The teaser says, ““Preview new Google features: Join the Google app beta program to play with experimental features before they’re released. Because you’re interested in technology.”