Shouts of the Week (8/28/09)

Another week, another batch of shouts.  I must say, however, that it’s getting harder and harder to keep track of all of the good ones, what with all of the new users each week.  That’s where you can help.

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Calling all Aha users: We want your feedback (and here's how)

I would definitely not call any of you guinae pigs (that’s what our beta testers were for), but as early adopters you have a very unique (and exciting) opportunity.  The Aha gang is working feverishly to add maps for new regions, as well clear up bugs and tweak the user experience of the app.  This is where you come in (and could also get an iPhone charger for your time).

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Shouts of the Week! (8/21/09)

I’m only one week in with this whole Shout promoting business, and cousin…business is a boomin!  Now that we have expanded to new areas, and drummed up some more users, the content quality is definitely going up.

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Aha Expands Coverage Support Beyond California

We all know what you’ve been thinking.  Where does (California based) Aha get off only offering road and traffic support to users within the borders of the Golden State?!?!?  I mean who do we think we are anyway!

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Shouts of the Week! (Intro Edition)

t’s nice to see so many new members joining us in the Aha Community, but it seems so far that some people are having a little trouble getting the hang of shouting.  Unless of course the assortment of silent shouts I’ve been seeing were actually intended.

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Addressing some feedback from the Aha launch

Hi everyone.  My name is Ryan, and I’m the guy you will probably be running into most often if you visit this blog, our twitter feed (twitter.com/ahamobile), our facebook page, or anywhere else in the webosphere.  I’ll be wrangling up other people to chime in from time to time, but hopefully you’ll find my presence soothing.

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Introducing the free Aha app for the iPhone

Have you ever found yourself slowing down in traffic and wished you knew what the drivers around the next bend were seeing out of their windshields? Maybe it’s a field of break lights and you should take that exit you are about to pass, or maybe traffic is moving again ahead and switching to surface streets will end up costing you 20 minutes of time you don’t have.

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