Mobile App: RingCentral can only officially release a compatible app after Apple & Google have officially released their final OS’s to developers.

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Hello. Yes, we’ve started testing against the iOS 9 and Android M betas to identify potential changes needed within our apps.  Every year Apple and Google revise and release multiple versions of their beta releases up until their official launches (typically in September/October). 

Throughout this time period, we continually test against each beta release to determine the issues Apple and Google have addressed (or introduced) in each beta and work to fix any remaining compatibility issues within our app.  We can only officially release a compatible app after Apple and Google have officially released their final OS’s to developers.  After which we always try to release our official compatible apps as soon as possible.