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beta software

[‚bād·ə ′sȯf‚wer]
(computer science)
An application or program that is in development and undergoing testing. Also known as beta version; betaware.
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To participate in a beta software evaluation program, go to www.
M4 Tank Brigade Online screenshots, movies, and beta software can be downloaded from www.
com/apple-ios-7-new-features-dazzle-wwdc-2013-designed-bring-order-complexity-photos-1299547) wowed fans with iOS 7 at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, and since the new mobile OS has been available for download, a new study shows the number of iPhone and iPad devices running the beta software for iOS 7 has nearly doubled compared to iDevices running iOS 6 during the same time period last year.
lt;p>The documentation, available on Microsoft TechNet, is a library of technical information for IT shops evaluating the R2 beta software.
The Beta software is now available from the company's official site and it is inviting testers to provide not only bug and stability reports but also new feature demands.
According to the report, the new Beta software will be released simultaneously for both carrier-testing and developer-testing on the same day.
Today, Bricscad V10 for LINUX is sufficient stable and has enough functionality to be released to the public as beta software.
The iSync Public Beta software is available for download at http://www.
The company will integrate user feedback from the beta software as it continues enhancing Epocrates Rx[R] (free) and developing its premium offering, which will be available later this year.
Likewise Launches Beta Software for Sharing Files among Linux, Windows and Mac
Introduced as beta software in September 2009, ZoomSafer was created to help North American motorists break some of their most dangerous driving habits.
The beta software apps have a capacity to interface with hardware accessories, enable developers to use Apple's new Maps API to integrate Google Mobile Maps services, current location, custom annotations and geocoding.