With Google+ being shutdown in just a few weeks, the official Android Beta community announced that it will be leaving the dying social media site in exchange for Reddit. The group on Google+ was home to over 163,000 members. Android Police reports: The community’s new home will be r/android_beta. In an official announcement, the Android Beta team says they’ll keep a close eye on the subreddit for feedback and will use it for announcements and updates. There’s nothing there just yet, but when the Android Q beta hits, we’re sure things will get much busier. For now, just make sure you subscribe and keep in mind that you have a second address where you can send all your Q beta complaints — the first is obviously our tips inbox.
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