The new generation of iDoctor is now available for public beta testing and all Mac OS users are invited to try the software which is designed to deliver more protection and an unprecedented level of support.

Latvia, Riga (PRWEB) May 05, 2016

The new generation of iDoctor will be designed as a useful and powerful tool. According to the latest iDoctor's internal research, users have determined that the most useful features in the application were the fast cleaner and duplicates cleaner. In addition to improvements in existing features, iDoctor will include new interface design and new features for cleaning and security.

“Since iDoctor has been launched and entered the Mac software market, we have recieved a lot of feedback from our customers and potential users. This helps us improve our software and make it more user-friendly,” says Vita Tomilovich, spokesman of iDoctor. “We know that before public launch we need feedback and insights from real customers. These people play an important role in helping the software provider work out bugs and create new features. They even turn into the first customers. The development team of iDoctor is looking to the future, and the best way to determine necessary changes in the application is to ask people what they want to use.”

iDoctor invites all beta testers to become a part of iDoctor’s enterprise testing team and get free licenses for personal use. To apply for testing, please follow the link and fill the submission form https://goo.gl/TuDcvf >

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