A rare opportunity where you can both preview features and provide direct feedback as an everyday user
It has never really been unusual for the individual Mac apps to have their public beta tests rolled out by Apple but as fas as the OS X was concerned, it was an entirely different story. Till now the OS X itself had remained off limits for the general public and was only available for those who had registered as developers. However, this is going to change now because generously Apple has launched the OS X Beta Seed Program.
You can start off with the OS X 10.9.3 and try to test the operating system prior to its official release but to tryo out all these pre-release operating system updates, you will first have to sign in with a garden variety Apple ID. Though this is still a requirement which requires you to sign up developer style but it can be understood that the company needs you to keep some secrets regarding the details. This is an opportunity which doesnt present itself every other day and you can both preview features and provide direct feedback as an everyday user. A source link has been given by the company to start off with the OS X Beta Seed Program; however you will have to stay put with a few bugs.