Beta testing the Kee browser extension



Would you like to try out the latest features and improvements before other Kee users?

If so, you might want to consider whether signing up for the Kee beta testing channel is a good idea for you.

Being less well tested than the stable version installed through your web browser’s extension marketplace/store means that a beta version comes with a higher risk but you’ll get access to new functionality and bug fixes weeks before other users, as well as helping to report any problems that might need fixing before the addon is rolled out to the whole community.

The beta testing channel is hosted on GitHub and you can subscribe to it by installing the signed XPI file “Asset” on the latest release page - look for the download that ends with beta-an+fx.xpi (e.g. kee-2.5.6beta-an+fx.xpi)

The Beta testing channel is only available to Firefox users because Google Chrome does not support anonymous beta testing of extensions yet.

Note: A “channel” in this context refers to when you get automatic updates to Kee. Those on a “beta channel” get updates before those on the default “stable channel” that your web browser offers you.

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