tl;dr - If you want to help us beta test the Android tablet app, fill this out.
If you're an astute follower of Stack Exchange, you probably noticed that our iPad application came out last month ago but our Android application still doesn't support tablets. We've been working on fixing that for a while and are now at a stage where we can officially say: "Hey, things are A-OK, let's test it out!"
Before I get into how to the specifics: at the moment the iPad application is definitely more full-featured than the Android counterpart. We're trying to release an early version of our tablet update out into the world so the changes aren't sitting in a black hole (well, our build server) for months and months while we try to make everything perfect.
Just as we did for the iPad, we will not be releasing a new app but rather an update to our current Android application which makes it perform better on larger form factor devices. This means that the tablet update also has lots of changes for phones, so if you don't have a tablet but would like to help us test the new phone version out too that'd be greatly appreciated.
Here are some fun screenshots (don't ask what makes a screenshot "fun") :
If you're already used to using our Android application, you'll note lots of changes in the above pictures, we're super excited to hear what you think about them.
The Good Stuff
I know what you're thinking: "Okay Kasra, shut up, how can I help?!?", well here it is:
If you have helped us beta test the Android app in the past, you're already in this test group. Load up the Play Store and check for updates.
If you haven't helped us beta test the Android app in the past, fill out this survey here, it's not automatic so after you submit wait for a while and you should get an e-mail from us inviting you to the test group. After that, you'll see beta releases right on the Play Store.
The first app version with these changes is 1.0.52, and we'll most likely do a few rounds of beta updates before the real release.
We're really really really excited to finally get some out-of-company eyes on this. If you have any general feedback post it as an answer below, if you have any bug reports or feature requests, please post a new question on this site using the android-app tag.