iOS Beta Testers Wanted!

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Hey Folks

We have a brand new Covenant Eyes browser for you to test! High-Five! As we have been working on our Covenant Eyes solution for iOS, it became apparent to us that we needed to update our Browser app before we could launch any of the extended device coverage solutions that we have been working on for so long. 

What did you do?

We re-wrote out app from the ground up, greatly improving speed, stability, smoothness and technical forward capacity. This should be a vast improvement for anyone using iOS 8 and up.

How can I help?

We need actual users to put the new app through a phase of testing to make sure we have killed any and all lingering bugs. Towards that end, we really would like our iOS users to try out our app and see where it rocks and where it breaks.

Sign me up!

We are using Apple's test delivery software called TestFlight to distribute the new app outside of the app store. Simply give us your e-mail address and Covenant Eyes username, and we will do all of the magic on our end. Once we add you to the group you will automagically receive an e-mail from TestFlight with further instructions.

Thanks so much for helping us out, we are excited to hear your feedback.

- John
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John, is there a way to engage in a two-way interaction cycle regarding the Argus beta?  I've been testing the new updates, and while I'm generally very pleased with it, I have some feedback and have provided it via regular support email and in-app, but it feels like a black hole.  Are bugs being tracked anywhere that testers would be able to view or participate?  Is there some other discussion forum for the beta?
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Ben, Have you been using the feedback box within the browser, or the Send Feedback in Testflight? I had used the former for some time, but then I started using the latter, and I immediately got a response.