Healthagen Seeking 2-3 Minutes of Your Time to Help Design a Better App Experience

Healthagen, the guys behind popular (1 million +) medical application iTriage, are looking to improve the end user experience for their smart phone and tablet apps for Android.  And rather than dictating how the update process works they are turning to the community.  They’d love if you could give them 2-3 minutes to tell them what your mobile preferences are.  

Where do you like to learn about apps?  How big is too big for an application?  What’s your take on an app requesting permissions?  How often do you like to see your titles updated?  These are the type of questions on Healthagen’s mind and would go a long way in providing a better experience.

The total Survey Monkey questionnaire is only 23 questions long but it will help them gain valuable insight into the average consumer mindset.  Please consider helping them out!  It will make you feel good, we promise.

[app]com.healthagen.iTriage[/app]

[app]com.healthagen.iTriage.tablet[/app]

 

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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  1. Mark
    June 15, 14:31 Reply

    you mean an hour!   WHAT A F*&% pain…

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