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Introducing the Magnet Idea Lab!

We’re excited to announce the launch of Magnet Idea Lab – an exclusive community of beta users who’ll get the opportunity to provide feedback on the next generation of Magnet Forensics’ technology.

It’s the Magnet Way to listen and provide you with the tools and solutions you need to solve cases better and faster. We love hearing your feedback, and that’s why we’re thrilled to be able to get new feature ideas, products and solutions into the hands of those who’re eager to test them sooner than ever before.

As a member of the Magnet Idea Lab community, you’ll get the chance to engage directly with our team to provide feedback that will influence our upcoming feature releases as well as entirely new products and solutions.

If you’re interested in testing innovations that will shape the future of digital forensics, apply now at!

 How to Apply and Start Testing

  • Visit and click “Apply Now” to fill out the application form
  • Once your application is approved, you’ll receive an email inviting you to login and explore our open beta projects
  • Each beta project will have its own technical specifications, timeframe and feedback methods so that you can apply for the beta projects that suit you best

A Sneak Peek of What’s in Store

In celebration of the launch, we wanted to give you a sneak peek of an exciting beta project the community will be testing. But moving forward, all our Magnet Idea Lab beta projects will be kept strictly under wraps!

  • Magnet OUTRIDER Mobile: Idea Lab members from Law Enforcement will have the opportunity to be the first to get their hands on a beta version of Magnet OUTRIDER Mobile. OUTRIDER Mobile is a tool that assists in checking a mobile device for contraband to get a very quick assessment of what you’re dealing with on-scene.

Ready to apply? Head over to to apply now.

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