I like this app a lot. It’s a little like FourSquare in that one checks in. It’s a bit different though as the use-case is around discovering new places around you.
The other key about Trover is the initial UX is clean, intuitive. It’s fun to browse the photos from around the world too.
Key things Trover needs? A bigger network is certainly true. One easy suggestion is to let me tag people in photos; anyone tagged gets an invitation in their Facebook email. I would also like a filter for local which would sift out items I have already seen unless there is new information. I can only see the Marymoor velodrome so many times before I get bored. One other idea is to allow users to stitch items together, ie suggest that velodrome picture 1 and velodrome picture 2 are really the same place.
Regardless nice app, it’s fun in a way FourSquare and Yelp just aren’t sometimes.
I love customer service like this. I posted about a problem in GroupMe. Someone from GroupMe was monitoring for feedback. I received timely information which solved the problem, GroupMe gets a happy customer. Nice work!
Hi there! I work for GroupMe.
You can get the keyboard to come up by opening a group, starting to type a message, tapping 'add location', then tapping the foursquare button.
Sorry about the keyboard... it's a bug that should be fixed in the next version. #)
Unbelievable. It’s 2011 people, the web has been around for a while. And Tumblr doesn’t support any of that crazy stuff like forms, css, or tables.
Tables??? I understand why forms don’t work, odd that css doesn’t either, but Tables? I want to have a post with some data in it. And I *cannot* simply add a table. And I can’t hack it via the non-HTML editor or anything else.
Tumblr now has two enormous strikes against it:
1. You can’t set a default blog. I want to post more often to my fitnow.tumblr.com account but I often accidentally post to this one.
2. No support for tables.