We’re excited to announce that the Pocketcrowd app is starting it’s public alpha version this
next week. We’ve been very encouraged by the prototype testing and consumer usage that started mid-way through Summer 2010. Plus there has been a numerous major geo-location developments since we started the prototype with Foursquare, the launch of Facebook Places, the rapid rise of “online deals” services and advancements with other apps and services, etc., etc.
It’s early but we are very excited!
While we can’t share Pocketcrowd alpha details just yet, we can let you know that it will be launched sometime this
next week and then updated on an ongoing basis.
Check out our Facebook page for an exclusive sneak peak image:
Please note that you the public will have the opportunity to direct the app’s development roadmap during the Pocketcrowd alpha. In short, WE WANT YOUR FEEDBACK! We want you to tell us how it’s working or how to make it better. Share your comments, suggestions, criticisms, etc. We want to hear the good, the bad, and the ugly so we can make the Pocketcrowd app work better for you.
So here’s what to do:
FIRST, be sure to bookmark http://pocketcrowd.com on your mobile or PC and log in with Foursquare. Then use Pocketcrowd to real time checkin and future checkin.
SECOND, once the Pocketcrowd alpha starts, please share your feedback on the “Pocketcrowd Quality Assurance” thread on our Pocketcrowd Facebook Discussions Page at: http://www.facebook.com/Pocketcrowd?v=app_2373072738. We will try our best to respond to your comments as quickly as possible and incorporate your ideas.
THIRD, stay in the loop with the latest Pocketcrowd alpha news by “Liking” Pocketcrowd on Facebook, following Pocketcrowd on Twitter at http://twitter.com/Pocketcrowd, or following Pocketcrowd on Tumblr at http://pocketcrowd.tumblr.com/.