Sighted user here, I love the concept of the app and overall find the functionality to be great as well. The only minor issue I have is that on my Galaxy S7 using Android 6.0.1, I don't receive notifications despite having them enabled in my phone's settings. An in-app settings menu would be really helpful but other than that, I love the app and hope that others find it as helpful as I find it perspective-enriching and rewarding.
I am sighted. Notifications/alerts don't work on mine. And 95% of the time that I check to see if someone needs help there is no request for help. Thus my excitement to help almost always never pans out. And too often I don't bother opening the app. However, the idea is wonderful and I respect the concept of this app and therefore I give it 5 stars.
Well I do applaud the developer of creating an app like this. There is just a huge significant issue that I think needs to be addressed for Android 6.0 users and Android 7.0 users probably when I try to snap picture of what I want to have described, the app crashes immediately also, I wish there were a web portal for individuals to create a profile for this application meaning that you can type in the information you need to create a profile for the application online using your computer. Unfortunately you can only do that by the app from what I can tell
Notifications not working Great app thus far, though the notifications aren't working. I only see requests by checking the app. I'd suggest a time stamp of some sort as well... With the notifications not working, it's difficult to know how long the request has been waiting for a response.
Hello I'm a sighted user of a Samsung galaxy. I myself have a blind child an I appreciate what you're doing here. Want to thankyou as well as let you know that the notifications aren't working I have to check the app since it's not working correctly. Other then that this is great.
Not a bad starting point however notifications do not work. How can we be helpful if users have to wait days for a reply?
Fixed a few issues that affected a small percentage of our users.
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