Gaia GPS for Android needs more eyes, and more device types, testing new releases.
Become a beta tester today to help improve the quality of app releases, and set the direction for development.
Android—Off to the Races
If you use Gaia GPS for Android, you likely noticed a flurry of releases over the last couple of months, and you can see the release notes recapped on updates.gaiagps.com. Expect several more updates over the course of the summer, including big new features, maps, and a variety of rough edges shaved off the app.
This quickened pace makes beta testing more important… and other QA activities too. For example, Jason recently added a suite of “unit tests” that help catch more bugs in an automated way.
Time Commitment for Beta Testers—Little or Lots, Your Choice
You can put just a little time into beta testing and serve the Gaia GPS Android community in a big way.
Simply loading betas and letting logs get pushed to the Gaia dev team helps a lot. And you can make an even larger impact by commenting on releases, and giving feedback and ideas about new features.