If you consider yourself an avid FIT Radio listener, then you probably already “Like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter, our two most widely used and constantly updated Social Media avenues. The two places where you can see us post everything from the finished product of the promo video:
…to the exciting mention we got from self-made millionaire and Beach Body/ P90x partner-in-crime, Chalene Johnson:
(both of which we are super proud of and love when you share them with your friends 🙂 that wasn’t me being coy that was me blatantly trying to entice you to share, just bein’ honest)
So you can imagine our awe and excitement with the new year as Living Social adds us to their list of deals! The app is ready for the public and what better platform to launch with than the crazy, fun company that brings the party everywhere they go? Consider them that one friend you have that can always get “the hook-up.” For example: spending $18 instead of $36 on a 1 year premium subscription to a great music app to keep you and your posse moving all day long. Sounds to me like we could all use a friend or two like that 🙂 So spread the word and be the friend who gives the scoop on the best app you can buy for the new year!
Beta Tester simply means you get our new mobile site viewable on ANY mobile phone before everyone else! All you have to do is let us know when you experience any bugs & remember to be specific.
Hey Everyone! It seems like we’ve been teasing you about new features and good things coming for months now. Hey, we gotta have fun too. But the wait is almost over, we’re finishing up testing a few things internally but before we release to the masses, we want to make sure everything works properly. That’s where beta testers come in. We’re looking for a few good men and women who aren’t afraid to try something that might not work, and then shoot us an email about how it went. Simple, right?
If you would like to help FIT Radio grow and test some new goodies, then fill out the form below.
A quick lesson about Wifi Vs. 3G/4G
Since more and more providers are switching to smaller data plans, I would suggest using wifi whenever possible (even when checking your email). Wifi will keep your battery from draining as well. The only time you should turn off your wifi signal is when you are on the move (ie running through the park, driving in your car, etc.). This will keep your phone from trying to pick up every signal you pass.
Today I thought I would share how we troubleshoot. A helpful and responsive user contacted me today because their FIT Radio App kept freezing. The reason: Out of Data. Here’s the conversation: