The developers of the Russian mobile OS announced the acceptance of new applications from users wishing to take part in beta testing. The list of availability regions has been replenished with two cities, and the model range with a new device.
The program, launched earlier in Moscow and St. Petersburg, can now be joined by new participants from Innopolis and Kazan. Users will be able to try out the latest versions of the OS not only on smartphones, but also on Aquarius NS tablets, 360,000 of which were used during the All-Russian Population Census last year.
“We are very pleased that we can now invite new participants to the program. Every day we receive notifications and letters from those wishing to take part in testing the first mobile Russian OS Aurora and we see a huge interest in the program.
We are confident that new participants will contribute to the development of both the program and our products, and, of course, will successfully join our friendly beta testing team,” said Tatyana Kaznova, Product Manager and Head of the Aurora OS Beta Testing Program “.