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After much delay, we are ready to begin testing the iOS version of the myGMRS app! We're looking for anyone with an iPhone 6 or newer who is able to join the test program and provide feedback on how the app is working. If you know how to take screenshots and share them, you might be able to help us. What kind of iPhones do you guys have? I only have an old iPhone 5 kicking around, so I can't test anything newer.
First, a little news. I know that the main site is very unfriendly for mobile users, due to how old the base code is. It's not easy to update without potentially breaking some stuff, so in the meantime I've been working on a mobile app which will work for Android and iOS. Right now we're focusing on the Android version first, then we'll release the identical iOS version. We need some members who would be interested in beta testing the app and providing some feedback. If you have any problems with the app, please post a reply with your device make and model (i.e. Samsung Galaxy S10e) and your current Android version (found in Settings > About Phone). The feature set is quite small right now, since I wanted to get something out as early as possible, but I will be adding a lot of features in the coming weeks. I think it's already usable for the common cases like looking up nearby repeaters and using the map to locate systems around the country. If you're willing to be a beta tester, please click the link below and join the beta testing program. You'll be able to install the current beta version and will automatically receive updates as new builds are created, which should be fairly often. Once we have a stable app, I'll release it to Production for everyone else to download. Beta Test Link: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.mygmrs.app
The Android app is now live in the Google Play Store! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mygmrs.app Is there any interest in releasing the apps to the Amazon App Store as well? Doesn't seem like there are many users with these devices, but let me know.