Re: IR - ViewRanger GPS App - Lori Pontious
This looks like a fun product to review. I hope you are able to have a lot
of fun with it. I have just a few items for your consideration in the
traditional EDIT (must be fixed); Edit (should be considered, but left to
your judgment whether to revise); Comment (something to think about or just
a friendly comment) format. Once you have addressed these items to your
satisfaction, please delete your report from the TEST folder and post to
the site. Thanks!
> Other features aren't as intuitive and required going to the website toreview the guide on a wiki.
---Consider explaining what you mean by "the website." Is this the main
manufacturer website? I believe that we still are not supposed to include
any links other than to the main manufacturer website, but perhaps you can
offer a little guidance to how you found this wiki. (And how others may
find it as well.)
> I understood that it is a lot of data coming down at 4G, but I am notterribly patient!
---The time this takes will obviously depend on your actual download
speeds, but it may be useful for the reader to have an idea what size files
you are downloading to that they can gauge their own download times.
> My poor budget smart phone is likely not quite as good for this as itcould be - more memory would probably help.
---It may be useful for the reader to know a few basic specs on your phone
to compare against theirs. Your call on this one.
> A user name and PIN must be entered on a web page (http://www.viewranger.com/buddybeacon/v2/).
---Unless I have missed a recent change in guidelines for reports, the only
web pages referenced in a report should be the main landing page for the
manufacturer. This is to avoid any broken links in our published reports
over time if specific pages change. Consider instead mentioning that the
user name and PIN must be entered via a page within the main
NOTE: If any moderators read this and can clarify whether this guideline
has changed, please do clarify. Thanks!
> but may be an interesting option when I go on a trip and I'd like otherpeople with internet connections to check in on my progress.
---This, presumably, is something that you'd need a data signal to use. It
may be helpful to make this clear for any readers and potential users.
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