Sounds very useful for hardware-intensive apps, such as your camera
app and AR apps and more..
Are you offering device loaners or some sort of remote device access
service for testing?
On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 10:27 AM, Vineet Devaiah <[address removed]> wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> I am not sure if this is the right forum for this but I am the developer of
> the Android app 360
> ( https://market.and...) It
> lets you create panoramas using your Android phone.
> As you may have imagined ours is a very hardware centric app and testing has
> always been a pain. So to make it easier and simpler for us we built a
> platform to test and track our app testing. We have used it quite
> extensively but wanted more feedback and open it out to 10 more app
> developers to start with. We already have 30 devices registered on this so
> you could potentially get your app tested on 30 devices.
> The idea behind Applover was to do three things
> - help Android app developers test their app out in a real human
> environment + have access to a lot more devices than they can possibly have
> - help them track and manage the device testing in one central location
> rather than Google- docs/email chains/chat
> - Engage with their own fans or users in a testing phase.
> if anyone feels this could help them in their app development and testing
> phase feel free to reach out to me and I shall hook you up. Its really in
> the alpha phase
> Also please feel free to give me some feedback on the product.
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