Internet service providers who implement the Federal Government’s voluntary filter stand to lose Australian broadband customers in droves according to a new survey. In fact, according to the newly released figures, signing up to the filter could be a business shattering choice.
I have a survey on my website that I'd like to deliver to my Android app users (like demographics and such). I'm wondering what the best way to do this is - do you think that using a WebView to just display the survey webpage would work since they'd need to have internet to get the survey questions anyway?
I need an android survey/questionnaire-app:
* that is free to download and free to use (or at least cheap, 0-10$ in total)
* that can be edited and accessed offline
* where my customers/clients can answer the survey when the device running the app is offline (e.g.
Many a times, we need to take opinion of friends and relatives for simple reasons such as next vacation destination, to decide on party venue etc. There are online services such as Google Docs – Forms (great free online survey app from Google), Survey Monkey, PollDaddy, MySurveyLab etc. They do offer basic free account for you to setup simple and restricted opinion polls or surveys.
Government is considering another round of public consultation on its controversial internet filter plans, this time to fine tune the transparency and accountability measures attached the complaints-based blacklist scheme.
I have made a survey a week ago and there were people that doesn't like my thread submission about it.
But i have a new version.
I have now 4 people from XDA that have completed the survey.
Just say if the survey is good here!
COMPLETE THE SURVEY!
RATE THE SURVEY
Only reply what is related to this surve
Here's an invitation to all of you to add your opinion to a little survey on quality perceptions in ubuntu. Your feedback is appreciated. I'll be using the results to help drive discussions on continuing forward as a community and where and how we should focus.