At Quizlet, feedback from our users informs our product design process everyday. Millions of students and teachers write into our website, overflowing with ideas about how to make Quizlet better. We visit local schools on a regular basis to hear directly from our users (read about it here or here). And we want to do even more of this. With the development of our new Android app, we have the opportunity to take this feedback loop to the next level and create a Quizlet Android Beta. We hope you'll join us.
Calling all Quizlet users on Android!
If you use Quizlet and have an Android device, we want to hear from you! You'll get early access to the app and give the Android team direct feedback about what you think of it.
We have two main goals for this project:
1. Find and troubleshoot bugs and crashes more effectively. We have test phones in our office but we don't have hundreds. Every bug or crash solved in the Beta means millions of users will never have that problem.
2. Get feedback from our users throughout the development process. We'll release features to the Beta as we build them to get your opinion and then use your feedback to iterate on the app.
To start, you'll be able to use a feedback form within the app but we hope talk with you 1:1 about your thoughts on the app too.
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Due to high demand, we've temporarily closed applications for Beta-Testing the Quizlet app. Please check back again soon since we hope to re-open it once we've successfully completed our first round of testing.
And if you have any questions, please let us know in our feedback center.
-The Quizlet Android Team