Back in mid-May, Samsung shared its S Note app with the wider Android community over at the Play Store. Those wielding a compatible device have since been able to download and test out the note-taker, which was previously only available on Sammy's own fleet of handsets. Like many of the company's popular utilities, S Note is the subject of constant updates and adjustments, and if you're the kind of user that likes to test out upcoming features early, you might wish to jump on S Note's new beta option.
Interested parties can now enrol themselves in the beta by a link provided below. Once you arrive at the beta signup page, process is a simple one-click operation. As you can see in the screenshot above, it also forewarns that bugs and instabilities are likely to be prevalent, such is the territory that comes with being a regular beta fiend.
Provided the public version S Note app is installed, the beta update is then subsequently applied, though Samsung suggests that this can take up to a few hours in some cases. As for features, the changelog mentions a new Folder View, Trash and tweaked style for testers to get to grips with.
If you do hop aboard the Beta bus, let us know what you find via the comments.