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Topic # 84635 3-Jun-2011 20:33
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Hello

I have created my first Android application as part of studying for my degree. I was required to do a project for a real client. The company who I am doing my project for wanted me to do an Android application.

The application is called "Crash" and is used to gather information when you have a motor vehicle accident so that you have accurate information on hand when you need to make insurance claims.

I am required to get some users to test the application (at least 5) and fill out a feedback form. The form is only 10 - 12 questions long.

The application can only be used on phones running Android version 2.2 and up.

I don't know too many people with Android phones so I thought that I would try here first to get some users to test my app. If anyone is interested in trying out my app and wouldn't mind giving some feedback it would be a great help.

The application can be downloaded from the market either by searching for "Techcertain" or by going to this link https://market.android.com/details?id=crash.crashapp

The link for the feedback form is
https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dDF5R2tlS2F0NHRjRmZXOEx3Q0hlblE6MQ

I am also working on a user manual which can be downloaded from here http://bit.ly/iqLR5B

Thanks
Liam


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  Reply # 477631 3-Jun-2011 23:13
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sigh.

I just created the hugest reply in here and lost the whole thing.
I came across a heap of errors, one of which was pretty serious...but i dont have time to re-write it all now, ill have to wait till tomorrow.

I do like the idea for the app tho!

Tested on Samsung Galaxy S2



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  Reply # 477634 3-Jun-2011 23:45
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KennyM: sigh.

I just created the hugest reply in here and lost the whole thing.
I came across a heap of errors, one of which was pretty serious...but i dont have time to re-write it all now, ill have to wait till tomorrow.

I do like the idea for the app tho!

Tested on Samsung Galaxy S2


Ok thank you for testing it. I look forward to your feedback.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 477735 4-Jun-2011 14:16
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I have uploaded an updated version of the app with some fixes.

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