Are you a current Chronic Pain Tracker user? Interested in trying out the “latest and greatest” features? Want to help shape future app features? Then become a Beta Tester!!
We need you to sign up for our Beta Testing program. We have a current need for existing CPT users to join the program because we are finalizing our next big app update. The main focus of this version is our new iPad interface, so if you use CPT on an iPad, join now!
Once accepted into the beta program, we’ll provide you with a link to download the latest beta version and instructions on how to begin using the new functionality. What we ask in return is that we get feedback and bug reports from you. We need active users to make sure we exercise the new version as thoroughly as possible.
Want a sneak peak? Here are a few screen shots of the new version…
We’ll have more info on the new version coming later, but for now we need to get our beta test team gathered and working with this version. Although much of the focus is on the new iPad interface, we are not limiting the beta to just iPad users. We also need existing iPhone and iPod Touch users to help us verify that everything is working properly and as expected.
From a technical standpoint, your device will need to be running Apple’s iOS 6.0 or higher in order to run this new version. We use the TestFlight app testing service to exchange beta versions with our test team. It’s a really nice and easy service that makes getting our users up and running with the beta software very streamlined.
To sign up, please contact us via one of our support request options with details about the current Apple device and iOS version you are using. Also include whether you are currently using CPT Lite or CPT Pro.
Once we receive your request, we’ll add you to the program and will send you further information on how to download and run the new version. You will be able to continue using your existing pain diary information, so there will should be no interruption in your ability to track and report on your chronic pain condition during the beta test.