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We just updated Swapit with several new additions.
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You told us you love Swapit Premium, but you’d like to pay for it on-the-go. We’ve been listening and now we have finally released our latest Swapit app update with the Swapit Premium Day Pass, which gets you access to the full range of Swapit Premium features for a full day for just $0.99 (HK$8).
We’ve added a lot more in this release as well. Let me highlight some points.
SWAPIT PREMIUM DAY PASS
Back in April this year, we launched Swapit Premium as a monthly subscription. While some people have picked this up and were happy they could access to such additional features, we knew that a monthly subscription was more attractive power traders. Yet, Swapit was build by individuals for individuals – as a true consumer-to-consumer marketplace.
To make sure, individuals can access Swapit Premium when they need to, we’re introducing the Day Pass now. It costs the lowest price we can charge through Google Play and the Apple App Store: $0.99 (HK$8). It’s a one-off payment. You won’t get charged again and you can use all Swapit Premium features for a full day starting from the time of purchase.
Of course, at any time, you can purchase a Day Pass again and take advantage of another full day of all Swapit Premium features.
With our last release we’ve introduced a much easier way to share Swapit items you like on your favorite social media. Besides supporting Facebook, Twitter, WeChat and LINE, we have now added WhatsApp to the list of 1-click shareables. It was a quick and easy change for us, but we feel that many of you will take advantage of it and enjoy telling your friends about your listings on Swapit.
SORTING THE SWAPIT ITEM LIST
You might not have noticed that, but we’ve been experimenting with different kinds of default sort settings in Swapit over the past couple of months. Initially, we’ve had our default sorting of the Swapit item list set to “Distance” – meaning, the items closest to you showed up at the top of the list. The further down you scrolled, the farther away such items were from your current location. Then we switched to the default sorting of “Date” – meaning, the items at the top of the list are the most recent ones and the further down you scroll, the older such items are.
Now there are limitations to such sorting settings. Swapit has been built as a globally applicable app, which connects buyers and sellers that are in very close proximity to each other – no matter where they are located at.
[start of tech talk] One of our main goals was to build a truly scalable backend. That means, we use the most modern technologies (NoSQL database, insanely scalable, easy to extend) in order to be able to have one single database for the whole world. Every Swapit item that is stored on the Swapit backend has at least one location reference to it, so we can match it with potential buyers nearby. [/end of tech talk]
So the very simple task of sorting your items by distance or by date created a bit of a challenge. If you see the closest item listings that are nearby your location first, it is very likely that those are actually relevant to you – in terms of language and currency. But if you sort by date – remember, we have one huge database for the whole world – you quickly realize that item postings in India, Philippines or the USA might show up at the top of your list. Those might be in a different language and usually have a different currency. Remember? Swapit supports 148 currencies. It was imperative to ensure that you only see items there, which make sense.
Solution. In the end, we came up with the solution of listing the whole world’s items when you sort them by Distance, but we only show you items within your city when you set the sorting to Date. That way, you will always see the most relevant items (in terms of language and currency) at the top of your list – no matter you’re sorting by Distance or Date. That’s why you now see clearly the distinction between “Distance Global” and “Date City”.
Currently, the default “sort by” setting is Distance Global, which makes the most sense for the on-boarding process of new users. Sometimes those users are located in cities where no items are available yet. So a sorting by Date City would return no items. That in turn, prompts the majority of such new users in new cities to deinstall the app – even though they might actually like the app itself. No content, no fun, right? So we would have created an artificially high churn rate ourselves. In order to prevent that, the default “sort by” setting is set to Distance Global. So you will always see the item that’s the closest to you – even if that item is in a different city, country or continent.
Should you change your “sort by” setting, Swapit now also remembers that setting and every time Swapit launches, it will use that same sorting again and again – until you change it.
A nice side-effect of all of that is: By sorting your list by Distance, you can browse all Swapit items that were listed in the whole world. The location of the item listing just gets farther and farther away, the further down you scroll. I sometimes try to challenge myself to reach the bottom of the list, which takes a lot of scrolling and could almost be considered a workout.
Besides all those changes above, we’ve done a lot of “under-the-hood” improvements and bug fixes to make the Swapit experience a lot more seamless.
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We just updated Swapit with a bunch of great new features.
You can get the latest Swapit app from Google Play and the App Store or by simply clicking here: http://get.swapit.la/now
In a nutshell, these are the most important additions: Make an Offer, Duplicate Items, Easy Chat List Access, Easier Social Sharing. They’ve made it to both the iPhone and the Android app.
We’re always listening to all of your feedback. Not so long ago, we ran a survey with all of you and we’ve receive absolutely great results. This current update of Swapit comes with many of the features you were looking for. Let’s take a look at them in detail.
MAKE AN OFFER
The most wanted feature is here! With just one click you can now send an offer to the seller. It’s easy, it’s quick and it’s made for you.
To make an offer, just open any item and hit the “MAKE AN OFFER” button. Adjust the price and hit “SEND”. That’s it.
Give it a try at this great bag from Winsome Lee: Kate Spade Handbag for $680.
For all of you who are selling similar items, you can now easily duplicate an existing item post and your new item post is completely pre-filled with the content of the item you’re duplicating your item from. Especially some of our power sellers were asking for this feature and we’re happy to make that available to you now.
To duplicate an item, just go to your item list / user profile, select the item you want to duplicate, hit the three dots at the top right corner and select “Duplicate”.
EASY CHAT LIST ACCESS
This is the most convenient way for sellers to get access to all the chats you have open with all potential buyers. It’s a great way to be efficient in your sales process, especially when you have many interested buyers.
EASY SOCIAL SHARING
Sharing is caring and we care a lot. So we made it dead simple to share your item post with your friends. The brand new sharing toolbar in each item makes it easy and accessible by just one click.
1-click supported are currently Facebook, Twitter, WeChat and LINE. Through the general “Share” button, it’s possible to share through any app that’s installed on your phone.
More social networks will be supported depending on demand. Please tell us which one you’d like us to add here.
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We’ve just updated Swapit on Google Play with some very nice new features. The iPhone app will be updated by the end of this week.
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Some of the main changes in our latest update are:
REDESIGNED INBOX Simplified and yet more powerful.
We’ve been collecting a lot of feedback and one topic that always came up was our inbox. While we wanted to provide as much information as possible to all of you, all that information was quite cluttered across many different tabs inside the inbox. It made total sense to us, but there are many users who were a bit confused by this.
We don’t like to reinvent the wheel for things where really smart people have thought a lot about. So we’ve taken a look at a lot of “inboxes” out there to see which approach will be the best solution. Facebook’s “inbox” in terms of separating “Messages” and “Notifications” seemed to be an approach that made a lot of sense.
So we went forward and re-designed our own inbox accordingly into: Private Chats and Notifications. On the right you can see a screen shot of that and we believe it is now much more clear that chats inside Swapit are actually private. In matter of fact, there was some confusion about that out there as well. So by simply calling it “Private Chats” instead of just “Chats”, we believe it’s much straight forward to understand the meaning.
The content of each message in the list has also been slightly polished to make it look more like our notification tab.
ALL NOTIFICATIONS At a glance.
Swapit communicates with you a lot through notifications. They usually come into your Notification Hub on Android and your Notification Center on iPhone first, where you can take direct action. At the same time, we keep track of all notifications you’ve received in Swapit’s inbox and particularly in the “Notifications” tab there.
Previously, we had several tabs for notifications: buy interests, comments, new items. That was confusing and cluttered up the whole area there. At the same time, we didn’t show other notifications like “likes” when someone likes an item you’re liking too.
That’s now all combined into one simple yet very powerful “Notifications” tab. It collects all push messages you receive and provides a one-stop-shop to come back to, should you want to check out some older notifications too.
Previously, some notifications could be swiped away in the Notifications Hub/Center and they were gone forever. There was no way to get back to them. That is in the past now, and you’ll find all your notifications in our “Notifications” tab.
BULLETINS Keep you up to date.
We’ve now also integrated a way to reach out to you when we have some important news about Swapit. Say for example, we have some super cool new feature we’d like you try or we are again giving something away for free, then we can now let you know directly.
iPhone APP SELL
While this is not a new feature per-se, we believe not enough people know about this. So please spread the word and tell your friends that Swapit is now available for their iPhone too.
It’s as simple on iPhone as it is on Android to post your items for sale. Give it a try today.
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We recently updated Swapit for iOS with the feature to sell items through your iPhone. We’ve also updated our Android app too. In fact, we are constantly updating Swapit with workflow improvements, new features to make the live of our users better.
Now, we are also constantly looking at how our users use Swapit. A while ago I mentioned we are using Crashlytics for in-app analytics. After having the iPhone app on the App Store for a while and the Android app on Google Play for about a year, it is time to compare the two. Though, the number of Android users still exceeds by far the number of iPhone users, we have enough to do a meaningful comparison.
Retention Retention Retention
For everyone, it is hard to acquire users. We are no exception to that. However, it is also hard – if not even harder – to retain them. We believe by providing a great platform from the onset and adding more and more value (i.e. through our constant app updates), we can retain our loyal users.
One metric we like to look at, is Session Length. Session Length means, how long are people in our app and for how long are they using it at each session. I.e. how long is each session in minutes and seconds. That’s rather easy to track, but at the time it’s an important indicator – especially for marketplace apps, like Swapit. If we have enough marketplace liquidity and the content in our marketplace (i.e. the items posted) are of interest to our users, then we can achieve a high session length. Interestingly, Android and iPhone users have a rather different usage pattern.
iPhone users stay 4x longer in Swapit than Android users.
To put that into numbers, yesterday on July 7th, 2016, the Median Session Lengths were:
Even when we’re looking at the whole period of the last 30 days, we can see that those numbers are pretty stable across each platform:
Android Session Length:
iOS Session Length:
We can even see a little uplift on Android over the past two weeks. I believe our core fan base on iOS are the first ones to use our iPhone app right away. I am talking about the great folks who signed up for the iOS beta even before it launched. Those are our most loyal users and they have much stronger relationship with Swapit, which in turn results in longer usage time. At the same time, on iOS we have a lot more of those in terms of overall percentage compared to Android. So therefore, I am assuming that has partly an effect on the higher session length. However, a 4x higher session length is a rather significant number.
Besides Crashlytics, we also use Flurry for in-app analytics. In there, we can also compare Swapit to the industry’s benchmark. With 30 seconds of median session length for “Shopping” apps worldwide, Swapit hits exactly the benchmark on Android. On iOS however, Swapit seems to beat the benchmark significantly.
Nature of Swapit Sessions
If you look at traditional shopping apps like eBay, Amazon, Lazada, etc. you will notice that they’re structured differently. They are B2C apps where you go into the app, search what you want, if you find it, you add it to your shopping cart, go to check out, enter your shipping address, check the price and shipping costs again, enter your credit card number and finally confirm the order.
On Swapit, though, the whole experience is different and much more engaging. Let’s say you find this beautiful Armlet and want to buy it from Julia, you’d hit “Chat to buy” and you’re ready to chat with her. You send a message and perhaps leave Swapit. Your session has ended. You leave the app and crush some candy. 20 seconds later Julia replies (she is usually super fast, I can definitely recommend her!), you receive a notification in your Notification Hub (Android) / Notification Center (iOS) and you go back into the app to confirm you’ll meet up with Julia and close the deal. Thus, you just had a quick short session to send your message. So actually, some of Swapit’s sessions are much shorter due to the nature of the app with built-in chat. That kind of user behavior is not expected with the eBay, Amazon, Lazada kind of apps. Therefore, I am actually surprised we can even hit the shopping industry benchmark on Android.
The Future of Swapit Retention
Is bright 🙂
In fact, we are right working on putting more features in place that allows us to even increase our retention metrics and add more value to our users. There are of course, many other metrics we are looking at and they all have their individual purpose and meaning. It would take a little while to list them all here, but I am sure, I will share some more retention stats in future — especially with all great secret sauce we are currently brewing at the Swapit HQ.
Stay tuned for the next Swapit update. It might actually surprise you!
Have you tried Swapit yet? You can download it at: http://get.swapit.la/now
Hey iPhone users, we have a very simple and quick question:
Why we ask
We are currently working on iPhone app and we’ve noticed some issues regarding to PUSH notifications that are sent to apps which have been killed by the user manually. Therefore, we’d like to find out how many of you are actually killing your apps manually. Your feedback will have direct impact on how we integrate our PUSH notification mechanism in Swapit on the iPhone and iPad.
Have you tried Swapit yet? It’s free. You can get it from http://get.swapit.la
As you might remember, we’ve started our race for launching on iOS in the middle of February by hiring Vito for that very task. It took us a couple of weeks to get up to speed and build the core foundation of Swapit on the iOS platform.
As you also might remember from my blog post over a year ago about Choosing a Platform for Swapit, we’ve been building our backend infrastructure on top of the Google Cloud Platform. The great thing about that is, we are building Swapit for massive scale from the ground-up. Our current growth rate of 100% month-over-month over the past 2 quarters, we have so far seen zero impact on the performance of our backend platform. At the same time, out Total Cost of Ownership remain very low as well. So that was an outstanding choice of platform.
Going, Running, Sprinting to iOS
Now, one of Swapit’s major road blocks to world domination is our missing presence on the iPhone. It’s not the only road block, but it’s a major one. When we raised our funding in December and again raised in February, one of the milestones we have attached to that funding was to bring Swapit to the iPhone and iPad as quickly as possible.
Just an hour ago, I submitted the Swapit beta 1.2 for iOS to Apple’s TestFlight. That is actually our 3rd beta, which we are testing with a very small group of testers right now. With each beta, we are increasing the number of beta testers for Swapit. In fact, we are building sprints every week that are being released to our beta testers. We a somewhat much leaner version of how sprints are defined in Scrum. Our goal is, to ship a new beta release each week, which we have been doing for the past 3 weeks already.
It is very challenging for developers to be able to deliver a working product release every week. Our team is doing their best to hold the schedule. It’s hard work, but it is definitely worth it! Having a working release of the whole app at pretty much any time during the development process, offers so many upsides: launching every week keeps our beta testers happy, they know we’re progressing and moving fast forward. At any time, we can fix a serious issue might arise in a release, which was launched a couple of days ago. So in the worst case scenario, users need to wait only a very short while to get their app fixed. At the same time, these rapid release cycles force us internally, to define small enough feature tasks that are doable within a day or two or at most a week.
Sprinting Around Corners and Cutting Short to Make the Goal
At the same time, we need to always keep our weekly release goal in mind. Even though, we might define small enough features and tasks to be completed within a week, sometimes some tasks and features suddenly turn up to be much more complex than anticipated. Therefore, we adjust the set of features and tasks for the next release in a very flexible way.
THE #1 GOAL IS TO SHIP!
There can only be one most important goal for any software / product development or basically any business related team, and that is to bloody ship your product. If you have the greatest product and never ship, who cares what it is? No one will ever use it, never ever will you be able to build a business out of that product. Almost everyone can build a product, some people might be able to finally ship and even fewer might be able to build a profitable business out of that.
We at Swapit believe, with a lot of passion and a lot more of hard work, we will be able to see it through and keep growing Swapit to a revenue generating business with very attractive profit margins.
Swapit on iOS so far
Our Swapit beta 1.2 release is the most feature rich release we’ve launched so far. It is now already possible to view all items nearby, view item details (incl. pictures in gallery, price, category, condition, viewing statistics, locations, title, description, likes, comments), share items, report items, search items, show featured and highlighted items. All items in the list also sport all the information you need: image, price, distance, name, seller’s photo, likes and category.
Next week’s release will definitely sport some more features in Swapit on iOS. We’re constantly increasing the number of our beta testers for iOS. For those, who have left their contact details and haven’t received a download link yet: We will get to you very soon. We’ve got quite a number of people interested and we’re on-boarding new beta testers FIFO style. So please stay tuned. You’ll hear from us very soon!
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About the Author
Patrick is the Co-Founder and CEO of Swapit Limited. He has over 11 years experience in mobile and business in Asia through various ventures across very different domains. You can find our more about Patrick and the Swapit team at: http://www.swapit.la/#team
As you might have guessed from our last blog post and the one before, we are already working on the iOS app of Swapit. Unlike many of our competitors, we decided not to use any of the cross-platform development tools out there, but to go real native and build the app for each platform from scratch. We believe, this is by far the best way to provide the stellar user experience everyone expects from Swapit – may it be on Android or iOS.
This approach does come with challenges, but also with opportunities. One of the great freedoms we have, when going native on each platform, is to create a custom user interface design that fits perfectly to the target platform. On Android for example, we did a deep dive into the Material Design Guidelines published by Google to ensure all Android users feel right at home when they’re opening the app.
For example, on Android we implemented the standard left side slide out navigation drawer as well as the “+” floating button to create new posts. Those concepts feel very natural to Android users and they feel right at home when they’re using Swapit.
Now, we did some tests by handing our Swapit Android app to some iPhone users. They immediately felt lost, didn’t know what to do and started clicking randomly around the screen, trying to find something useful to do. Especially the floating button at the bottom right corner was something rather unusual for them. So to us it was obvious that we need to cater much more to the standard user behavior of iPhone users in our iOS app.
Last Friday, we finished our very first internal beta of the Swapit iOS app. It can only list items nearby the user’s location and show details of each item. There is not much interaction possible in the app yet. So we started a very small internal beta test of about 10 friends and family folks who have iPhones. Just to see if the app starts up properly on different iPhone models, OS versions, network carriers, locations, indoors/outdoors. Conclusion thus far: it’s lookin’ good!
(Note: Everyone who signed up for our Swapit iOS Beta will get an email when the next version is ready. Stay tuned!)
The Tab Bar Discussion
Two days ago, we had a very heated discussion about the general structure of Swapit on iOS. I’d like to share some details because I feel it might give everyone some insight in our thought and decision making process.
The main question was: should we use a tab bar at the bottom of our standard list screen or should we not use it, but rather bring over the left side navigation pane, which we use in Swapit on Android. Such a tab bar is very common in many standard iOS apps. Just go and check the App Store, iTunes, Safari, Notes, etc. They all have a tab bar. Usually that’s being used to switch between tabs, but sometimes there are also some “actions” in there, which are not particularly switching tabs, but perform a certain action. For example: the Notes app has a “New Folder” action in that bar.
We a camp of people that was for a tab bar and one against it. I personally was against the tab bar, mainly because I feel having a tab bar constantly there, wastes screen real estate, which I’d prefer to use for displaying content. Think, cinematic feel of an app.
However, this is not about what I feel makes sense – in the end, I am not actually a real world iPhone user. Yet, given our experience and the feedback we collected from iPhone users trying to use our Android app, it was clear that we need to cater directly to those iPhone users – no matter what.
On top of that very simple discussion came contextual discussions about the general workflow and where, from a contextual point of view, it will make sense to put certain modules of content in Swapit. Let me give you a quick overview of the top level user interface elements that are accessible right from the main screen in the Swapit Android today:
Obviously, it would not be possible to move all such elements into a tab bar on iOS. Adding a left navigation drawer like on Android might be a solution, but it is not standard iOS design — even though some popular apps on iOS have that. To make Swapit’s feel for iOS users as native as possible, we decided to integrate a tab bar at the bottom. It still bugs me personally that we are wasting that screen real estate for this, but if it results in a higher user engagement in the end, then it was the right move.
Now the next question was about what to put into that tab bar and how to order it. Contextually seen, the tab bar’s purpose is to allow the user to switch between tabs. Usually, those are content-related tabs. For example, on the Apple App Store you can switch between Featured Apps, Top Charts of Apps, Categories of Apps, Search of Apps, Updates of Apps. It’s obvious, those tabs switch between viewing apps in a different way or it just orders apps differently.
For Swapit, we want to make sure our users have quick access to the content of the app. Thus, we put all important content-related tabs in the first 4 elements of the tab bar:
This is how a quick sketch of that looks like:
Assuming the majority of our users are right-handed, we needed to make sure that the tabs we want the users to use most, are reachable with their thumb when holding the phone in their right hand. One very important goal of Swapit is to encourage people to post their items quickly — in under 30 seconds. That includes finding that “Sell/Post Item” action right away. Therefore, we put that in the center of the tab bar. In this case “Sell/Post Item” is actually a bit of a deviation from the content-related purpose of switching tabs. However, it is essential to have this action right here in the middle to make it as obvious as possible to users on how to post items.
The three other directly accessible tabs here, are essential tab-switches between different ways of viewing items on Swapit. The standard tab that will open when the app starts is the most left “Nearby” tab. You can easily open up your own profile, which also lists your own items. The search field is within a 1-click reach as well. Additional content-related tab switches as well as other functions (About, Website, Blog, etc.) are then accessible through the “More” tab at the bottom right corner.
Now we needed to cover two other important functions:
Filters. We offer very sophisticated filters in Swapit, so you can easily find what you are looking for. As you can see from the Android screen shot (on the right), that’s a rather complex and busy panel, which we might be able to improve/simplify a bit, but in the end it will always have a lot of options. Therefore, we need to reserve a whole panel for our filters on iOS as well. So similarly to Android, the filters panel will be accessible through the top right corner of the top toolbar.
Inbox. The Inbox on the other hand is – from a contextual point of view – very different to most other screens on Swapit. It’s a communication center which combines all notifications you receive through Swapit. May it be comments to items, new item notifications, interested buyers or most importantly chat messages. Furthermore, it is important to know, that the main entry point of users to the inbox is not expected to be through the Swapit app itself. Generally, people enter the inbox through a notification they receive in their Notification Center. So from a navigational point of view, it is absolutely fine to put the inbox at top left corner, like shown in the sketch above. If you would be accessing it a lot from within Swapit’s navigation, it might be cumbersome to reach the Inbox, but in our case that should not happen too often.
After a two hours of a discussion involving pretty much everyone, we settled for the above main structure of Swapit on Android. It is very important to create a clear path for this early on. You don’t want to waste time designing something that people won’t use. Personally, I still prefer Android’s Material Design more because it offers us more screen real estate. Our discussion got heated, emotional and brought out everyone’s passion for Swapit’s success. Yet, in the end we found a solution, that I believe works best for iOS users.
Are you an iOS user? What do you think? Does our reasoning make sense to you?
Do you have an Android phone and want to try Swapit? Download it from: http://get.swapit.la
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You’ve probably already met the Swapit Team before. We are a small bunch of enthusiastic mobile app guys who want to revolutionize the way people deal with pre-loved items.
Pretty much a month ago, we have brought on Vito to our Swapit Team. He has 1.5 years experience in building mobile apps in different fields like remote controlling smart home appliances or connecting to different kinds of hardware devices from a mobile app (iOS/Android) using Bluetooth.
The recruiting process was pretty straight forward for us. We did actually have 4 candidates who were shortlisted and we chose to go for Vito in the end. We all felt he was the best fit for us in terms of skill set and character fit.
So here it is again: Welcome to our team Vito!
Why did we hire now?
As you might know, we raised some funding in December and again in February. About a year ago when I started to lay out a plan for Swapit in terms of product development and business development, it was clear that we will require funding to grow at the pace we need to. During that time, I came across this term:
“Alignment of Capital to Milestones”
For us to be able to raise funding, we needed a clear path forward – a clear set of milestones we align with the capital we want to raise. One major part of our business is to capture as much market share as possible. In the end Swapit is a trading platform and it will only be as successful as many users we have, and as much as we engage those users. While we feel very passionate about our high engagement rates, we do know that we require a large pool of active users for our marketplace to self-sustain. Read my piece on marketplace liquidity if you want to know more about that. At the same time, we had Swapit only available for Android devices. While we consciously choose to support only Android at the start, we always knew we had to push Swapit out to iPhones and iPads too.
So the funding we raised is aligned to two very important milestones:
In order to achieve the first goal, we needed to hire a skilled developer to help us get to that point. We feel very comfortable with our choice thus far and we absolutely certain, we will launch a new Swapit beta on the App Store soon.
Stay tuned for our upcoming Swapit on iOS! Get yourself on the Swapit iOS beta list if you’re interested.
Want to try Swapit today? Download it for your Android device from: http://get.swapit.la
It is kind of like an open secret, but we are working on the iPhone / iPad app of Swapit. Of course, we are building a native app to ensure a superior user experience. Some of our competitors put out a “web app”, with which I mean it’s an HTML5-based app that looks like a native iOS app. We just believe a real quality app needs to have a very native feel. It must be snappy, it must be beautiful and it must be very resource efficient. All such things are rather hard to achieve with a “web app”, but to us quality is paramount and therefore, we’re going the long way.
As soon as our Swapit iOS app is ready to be tested, we will launch a private beta test through Apple’s TestFlight Beta Testing. It’s a great way and actually the official way to get a beta to your iPhone or iPad. To be on the list for our iOS beta test, please enter your information at the following form:
Request Access to SWAPIT iOS BETA:
Seats are limited (by Apple, btw). So be quick to join.
Your privacy is important to us!
We only ask for your name and email address. That’s required by Apple TestFlight so we can send you a join email once our iOS beta test is ready for you to join.