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Apple Opens OS X Beta Seed Program to the General Public

Apple today has opened up their OS X Beta Seed Program to the general public; previously beta access required a $100 annual subscription for developers:

Join the OS X Beta Seed Program and help make OS X even better. Install the latest pre-release software, try it out, and submit your feedback.

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If you agree to join, you will have to agree to the Beta Seed and Confidentiality Agreement. You’ll then get Beta Access Utility for your Mac, which gives you pre-release versions of OS X in the Mac App Store, found in the Updates tab.

You can join the program here with your Apple ID. Let us know if you’re going to try this.

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  • Tim

    How generous of Apple to not charge people to test their software for them.

  • Andrew

    Gary, do you see any big disadvantages of signing up for this?