Google has a new user experience program – join now to try out new features and shape the future of Android

Isn't taking part in something bigger a great feeling? Joining a community of people, working together for the betterment of something greater than the sum of its parts? Best of all, what if it didn't even require so much involvement, yet helped shape the future of something as big as Android? Well, that's what Google's User Experience Research is like!

Joining Google's user experience program gives you access to new features, services, and products before they are released to the public. This alone is sure to be an incentive enough for many people to join, but furthermore, by enlisting, you'll also take part in different studies that will help shape the future of Android and improve the user experience. You'll also get small rewards for doing the good deed, such as gift cards and/or donations to your charity of choice.

It's a nice initiative, this, and if you are an Android fan, and want to help improve the ubiquitous OS, check out the source link below and sign up for Google's User Experience Research program.

source: Googe via AndroidCentral



1. IT-Engineer

Posts: 560; Member since: Feb 26, 2015

Don't even think about it, I tried it today and they wanna ask questions which one must answer and based on the answers you will be evaluated if your qualified to join the program or not. And the result is I spent more than 55 minutes answering questions about my entire usage on phones, tablets, pc'es and who lives with me in my house and how old are they and our shopping habits and it kept on and on until it was too creepy and it never ended, I closed the page after 55 minutes

2. KParks23

Posts: 725; Member since: Oct 13, 2010

Lol I tried it also and was like wtf is this ever going to end!

3. palmguy

Posts: 982; Member since: Mar 22, 2011

I hung in there & powered through it. :-P

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