UPDATED: Everything should be back to normal now. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Hopefully you are all noticing the massive influx of shouts today. It’s amazing what a national launch can do for user activity. Anyway, we are working furiously to make sure that our systems keep up with the demand, and that when users send shouts to the wrong area…we move them to the correct one. Given the number of shouts I’ve moved today, a brief refresher may be in order.
Since we first hit the App Store last month, offering traffic coverage support for just a handful of cities, users from around the country have been asking when they could join in on the fun.
Hopefully you all had a great week playing with the latest version of Aha. If you don’t know what I’m talking about that means that you didn’t read my post earlier this week, and haven’t checked the app store for updates. So don’t miss out on your chance to see our snazzy new icon, as well as enjoy our other updates.
It seems like only two weeks ago, but we’ve got another update that just hit the iTunes App Store. The first thing you’ll probably notice is the new icon. You might think that it “pops” a little more than the old one. Myself … I like to believe that I can see a bit of my own vehicle in the center. Regardless, we like it and hope you do to.
Hello to all you Aha-sters out there (I still haven’t decided what to call you, but please send any suggestions to twitter.com/ahamobile).
Our first official update should now be hitting the iTunes App Store servers, so I’m here to tell you about it.
Hello again from the land of Aha. I’ve got a fresh collection of shouts to showcase, as well as some exciting performance news. First the performance news.
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.
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).