30 November, 2022, 16:14

100 Beta Testers Needed Now for New Tucson-Based Dish Discovery Mobile App

A new mobile app called Dishlist is in the works by, well, us, and we’re seeking 100 people to test and provide feedback.

Dishlist allows users to swipe through beautiful images of local dishes, and mark each as desirable or not. With each swipe, the app begins to learn what you like to eat.

Currently Dishlist is in an early stage and exists as a web application, meaning you’ll have to test in your smartphone browser. The app works in browsers we’ve tested on both iPhone and Android operating systems, as well as Windows.

But before you head over to check it out, we’re most interested in beta-testers that meet the following requirements:

  • Tech-savvy. You currently use one or more mobile apps to find dishes around town.
  • Able to provide feedback. We need your feedback and will be reaching out via a combination of emails, surveys, and potential in-person interviews.
  • Located in Tucson. Since all dishes featured are local dishes and we will be hosting a number of in-person interviews, you’ll have to be living in Tucson.

Not required but helpful:

  • Note things you like and, more importantly, don’t like.
  • Jot down anything that doesn’t make sense or is hard to understand.
  • Be prepared to let us know how the app would be more useful or helpful to you.
  • Try to break it!

That’s it! Thanks for your help. 🙂

Click the button below to try out Dishlist: 

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Adam Lehrman started Tucson Foodie in late 2008 as a way to track his search for the best food Tucson had to offer.