hi, i want to become a beta tester for this app please tell me the prosiger.

On 2/9/17, Gaurav Mittal <gauravm.it...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Satguru,
>
> Thank you for taking out time to reply in detail. We now have a fair idea
> of requirements.
>
> Thank you to everyone who took out time to call me directly to give
> feedback, this community is wonderful!
>
> Regards,
> Gaurav
>
> On Tue, Feb 7, 2017 at 4:10 PM, Satguru Rathi <tarannumra...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Dear Gaurav,
>>
>> Though I have spoken to you on this, still writing here for better
>> articulation.
>>
>> before I start, let me state to others that I am enrolled for beta testing
>> and am currently using the beta version of the Eye-D app so my points
>> below
>> are solely based on my own experience and requirements.
>>
>> 1. Currently, it is not 5 but 3 minutes, though I am OK with either. and I
>> think it is easy to choose from predefine list rather than typing. Having
>> one more option for an hour would surely be a value addition.
>> 2. Currently, the app does have an extra option for 5 KM and I am OK with
>> it as while in train/cab, one might not want to listen to the announcement
>> too many times. However, many people living in developed countries may
>> want
>> another addition for 10KM as the speed with which they travel in trains/
>> any other public transport is much higher if compared to India and the
>> distance also varies.
>> 3. To me, I would mostly use this feature while walking as in bus/train,
>> you already have a predefined destination and mostly it is a long journey
>> and continuous announcement of the location might not be as helpful as it
>> is when walking.
>> 4. Personally, I would like to know the landmarks as this gives me a sense
>> of sight since I am getting to know names of buildings or shops which were
>> previously unknown to me unless I had a specific need for them and
>> searched
>> for those. Eg: yesterday, I was walking in my area where I live and it
>> announced the name of an electronic store which I didn’t know it existed
>> before I used this app and now I know that there is another option should
>> I
>> need to go there and is much closer compared to the previous one I used to
>> visit for my electronics related needs. If I take your example of Akbar
>> road, it is a long road and if I keep walking on this road, it won’t
>> announce anything else unless my location changes from Akbar Road to some
>> other road/street and if  I countinuously keep listening to “Akbar Road,
>> Akbar Road”, it is not useful. so announcement of landmarks is helpful.
>> 5. As per my discussion with your colleague, there may be several things a
>> user may want to do while location announcement is on. EG: I am walking to
>> a phone repair shop and I suddenly remember that I cary multiple papers
>> and
>> need to find out the phone bill to show it to the shopkeeper. Now in order
>> to use the app, I would first need to stop the location announcement while
>> I am still walking. Another one: this might be a tippicle example but to
>> me
>> it is realistic. Suppose while walking to that shop, I reach a point where
>> there is no one on the road and I sense that something is standing ahead
>> me, this might be an animal like cow or some board deliberately put on
>> road
>> and I might not like to take the risk to touch it with my cane as if it is
>> an animal, it might provoke it and your app can help me here with  the
>> object recognition feature to find what is ahead me. Hense, since this is
>> a
>> toggle switch, the user should be able to invoke the app even if the
>> location announcement is on and should be able to use the other features
>> of
>> the app. Should the user want to stop the announcement, he has always the
>> option to go to where am I screen and turn it off.
>>
>> With best regards,
>> Satguru
>> ___,__.___
>> "Life's battle do not always go, to the stronger or faster man. But sooner
>> or later the one who wins, is the one who thinks he can."
>>
>> Satguru Rathi
>> +91-9871489945
>> +91-8076761833
>> satgurura...@gmail.com
>>
>> From: Gaurav Mittal
>> Sent: Tuesday, February 07, 2017 12:46 PM
>> To: Mobile.accessindia@accessindia.org.in
>> Cc: vaibhav asthana ; Shaswat Ranjan
>> Subject: [Mobile.AI] Feedback for travel-mode Whereami in Eye-D mobile app
>>
>> Dear All,
>>
>> Many of you already know that we are bringing up Eye-D Pro, an ad-free and
>> paid version of Eye-D app with better features. While we continuously take
>> feedback from our beta community, there is one feature where I want to
>> take
>> feedback from community members here before we freeze final design.
>>
>> Whereami feature is an existing featurein Eye-D Free app. Here a user gets
>> the current location and landmarks. Many of the users felt the need to get
>> location updates on a regular basis for which they had to press back and
>> click whereami again.
>>
>> Travel-mode wherami is a new feature in Eye-D pro. It is in the form of a
>> radio button which, when switched on, will put the app in background and
>> tell user location via TTS at a pre-defined minimum distance and time
>> without the need to click whereami again and again.
>>
>> We require feedback on below items:
>>
>> 1. Time interval when location update is spoken: As of now we have put
>> options of 1 minute, 5 minute, 10 minutes and 30 minutes. However, a
>> person
>> travelling in train might like to know location every hour. Do you require
>> more intervals? less interval? Would you like to define interval yourself
>> and not choose from pre-defined options?
>>
>> 2. Distance travelled: Currently we have put 50 meters, 100 meters, 500
>> meters and 1 kilometer. It depends on whether the user is walking or in
>> cab
>> or bus. Same as above, I want to know how relevant are these options.
>>
>> 3. Use cases: When is this mode most relevant? In bus or cab or train or
>> while walking. Because the design changes a lot based on the conditions a
>> user is using it.
>>
>> 4. Would users like to know landmarks while travel mode is on? or this
>> will
>> be too much of an information? For ex. you are at akbar road, central
>> delhi
>> is without landmark. You are Akbar road, central delhi and nearest
>> landmark
>> is indo-japan trade center is information with landmark.
>>
>> 5. Any other suggestion? Like one user said that he will like to use OCR
>> while travel mode is ON and current design doesn't let him to do this.
>>
>> In case you want to call and give your feedback, I am available at
>> 09538922957. I would love to talk on a call and have detailed discussion
>> on
>> requirements, so please feel free.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Gaurav
>> Team Eye-D
>> Bangalore
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