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Back in April, we heard about Microsoft’s interest in recruiting some Windows Phone users to help the company beta test the latest changes to its own Facebook app. Today, we get news of something similar going on, but this time involving Android and the Facebook app developed by the company itself.

Facebook wants to attract Android users interested in helping the company test our its latest beta builds. While the project will be open to the public, you’re still going to have to sign up to get involved – this isn’t as casual as just downloading a beta app from the Play Store.

Full details, along with a signup link should be posted by Facebook later today, but the gist is that you’ll have to jump social networks a bit, sign up for the Facebook For Android Beta Testers Group on Google+, and get yourself enrolled in Google’s new beta program for Play Store apps. Only then will you finally be able to grab the latest Facebook beta, and can start providing feedback.

Update: Here’s the announcement, with signup links.

Source: TechCrunch

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