RIM Offering Beta of Facebook 2.0 for BlackBerries
Research In Motion today announced the availability of Facebook 2.0 beta. The new software offers a wide range of new features, including better chat notifications, redesigned navigation grid and notifications bar, improved news feed scrolling, as well as a newly refreshed user interface. Facebook 2.0 beta will initially only be available to registered Beta Zone testers with devices running BlackBerry 6. RIM will add support for older BlackBerry platforms over time. RIM didn't say when the beta would expand beyond the Beta Zone.
Apple Releases iOS 10 Developer Beta 2
Apple today made a second beta version of iOS 10 available to developers. According to Apple, the new beta contains bug fixes and other improvements.
Android Users Can Now Beta Test Google Maps
Google has rolled out a program that allows people to test beta versions of Google Maps. The betas will be published via the Google Play Store, similar to how Google distributes other a few other beta apps.
BlackBerry Debuts Marshmallow Beta Program for Priv
BlackBerry is opening the Android OS in Beta Zone program so consumers can download and test Android 6.0 Marshmallow on the Priv smartphone. BlackBerry says space in the beta program is limited.
Apple Releases iOS 10.1 Beta 5 for Devs and Public Testers
Apple today made iOS 10.1 Beta 5 available to registered developers and public beta testers alike. This fifth beta follows the release of the fourth beta by just two days, implying that some urgent bug fixes may be contained within.
Ahhh...Where are RIM's new handsets?