GalaxyTweaker Beta Testing – May Newsletter

Greetings Astronauts,

GalaxyTweaker is nearing its release to the public, work is being put in on the program everyday, our Kickstarter will be launching soon, major website design and program updates have taken place in the past month, and our team continues to optimize our ways of satisfying our consumers needs. However, before this can happen, we’ll need to make sure GalaxyTweaker and the team behind it is optimized to its full potential. For our effectivity to be confirmed, and functions to be tested, another beta testing session will be hosted, and you can be a part of it!

This new beta testing session will be limited to only two-hundred and fifty users and will be open to those who donate $4.99 or more to our Kickstarter, which will be going live soon! The beta testing session will run from the 15th until the 17th of June. Our goal is to give potential users with the opportunity to utilize the software and provide feedback to help develop the final product. A lot has changed since our last beta session, which means another beta session is needed to test all of our new improvements and features.

Our Kickstarter is set to launch very soon, and it will help us fund the release and final product of GalaxyTweaker. All the earnings from the Kickstarter will go towards the release of GalaxyTweaker, by using these funds to improve our operating systems, advertise our program and finalize partnerships we hope to have a successful launch.

In the meantime, make sure you’ve been keeping track of our social media. As we near release, updates, announcements, giveaways, events and more will be made public first on our social media! Our social media is becoming more active by the day and daily posts are to be expected, as we strive towards an excellent interaction with the community.

We thank you for being subscribed to our newsletter and hope you’ve had a great month. Those have been the major updates regarding GalaxyTweaker for this month, and we’ll see you in the next one!

– The GalaxyTweaker Team

 

Written by: Thomas, Community Manager