Lend your voice to Google Mobile's development

Lend your voice to Google Mobile's development
Google has a history of getting the community involved in development, the Android Developer Challenge is a prime example. In order to get a consensus on which features users would most like to see in Google Mobile, a newly launched Product Ideas page employs a voting system of "good idea" or "bad idea" to submitted ideas.
This page is bound to be a vital source of information for the company and with over 60,000 votes already tallied it is proving to be popular. Now all that's left is for Google to take action based on the ideas, which judging by the amount of software still left in Beta (Gmail for example), it looks like they have their hands full already. Hopefully we'll see the emergence of some new ideas from this forum that really boost productivity.
If you've been looking for a place to vent frustration of profess immense admiration for what the developers have been doing, head over to http://productideas.appspot.com/ and help make Google Mobile a better place.



1. The Godfather unregistered

good idea, others should follow suit

2. rbz275

Posts: 37; Member since: Apr 09, 2008

frustration of profess or** ?

3. shev25

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 04, 2009

they should have and 32gb to 160gb memory card or the next phone have it build in and make more games that uses the motion sensore like the i phone do and make a market that u can down load movies like name brand games like soccer 09 or a driving game

4. Fanboys Suck

Posts: 609; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

All companies do this, it just depends if they listen or not. This is a great way to cut down costs of Consumer Surveying, and actually involve consumers. Hopefully Google will listen (and it seems like they will due to the G1 Upgrade put out).

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