Google unveiled the Android O beta preview a few months ago, but it was only available to developers. Starting today, it’s available to anybody. To get the beta, just got to android.com/beta and log in with your Google account. The next page will show you what devices are available.
The list of devices available for the Android O preview includes: Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P and Nexus Player.
If you get the beta, you’ll be available to test out all of Android O’s new features. Some of those features include Notification Dots and Picture in Picture, which were unveiled today at Google I/O. Notification Dot makes it easier to spot and see notifications on apps and Picture in Picture lets you watch a small window of any YouTube or Netflix content you’re viewing anywhere.
In case you change your mind about the beta, you also able to opt out. You’ll just have to wipe your device before going back to Android 7.0.