Microsoft has just announced the new beta version of the Xbox LIVE, which comes with some cool features like Internet Explorer for Xbox, updated dashboard, and many more. As announced by Major Nelson, the company also started accepting beta testers. This attracted thousands of fans with overwhelming response, but only a few of them were able to make it and grab the offer. You might be wondering if the offer is already over, why I’m asking you to rush? So, the trivia is that while the Xbox LIVE public Beta is now closed, there is an open call for all Xbox LIVE subscribers to participate in the 2012 Xbox LIVE Update Public Beta.
As the number of Beta update testers required is limited, you should rush now and sign up for the offer. As per Major Nelson’s website, selected testers will get an update pushed to their console once the public beta kicks off. The update will contain select dashboard features, including Internet Explorer for Xbox, personalized dashboard recommendations, and enhanced category search and discovery features. Those registering themselves will be asked to fill a short survey. If you are interested to sign up for the Beta Update, rush now and grab it before anyone does!
To stay competitive in the market, Microsoft brought several changes in the Xbox console such as integrating Kinect and Bing for a more human-Xbox interface while searching, social connectivity, personal cloud offerings, mobile connectivity and more. The recently released Xbox 360 Edition won accolades from the fans and sold over three million units within a short span. Just last week, the 1.7.3 update for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition went live adding pistons, shears, stackable fences, and several other goodies.