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Covenant Eyes is looking for people who will help us test the next stage in Accountability for Android.
For a long time now we have been seeking ways to provide the same depth of protection for mobile devices that we currently provide on Windows and Mac. There have been challenges along the way but we are taking a huge step in that direction with our upcoming software for Android. With the release of Covenant Eyes for Android 3.0 we will be able to offer device-wide accountability.What does “device-wide” mean?
It means that we will be able to track activity across a broader spectrum of apps, while closing avenues that individuals have used to bypass our reporting in the past.How can I help?
We need people of all ages, experiences, and all levels of “tech savviness” to download the new version and give it a try. If you are a Covenant Eyes member with an Android phone or tablet, you are qualified to participate!
Fill out this brief survey so we can keep track of who is helping us test. After that we will contact you as soon as the app is ready to begin testing.When is this coming?
There is no hard release date yet. Before we release this to the general public, we need to make sure that it will exceed the standards that we already place on the existing app.I still have questions!
Awesome! Let’s talk about them. We are hosting a discussion about this upcoming release on our Get Satisfaction Forum. Visit this thread on our forum to join the discussion.One last thing…
We are really excited about how this will improve our users’ experience on Android. For now though it is important to remember that this will not happen without your help. Even if you do not think you have anything valuable to say, simply joining the test and installing the app will go a long way toward making sure that we have an awesome solution for Android devices.
Thanks so much. Looking forward to hearing from all of you.
- Covenant Eyes Mobile Team
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