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.
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
We are three students from Aarhus University in Denmark currently writing a master paper about motivations for OSS developers.
We kindly ask you to take 5 minutes of you time to help us answer this survey. The results will be used in our research paper and are anonymous.
I found an old Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 disc and key code in my desk drawer. I installed it on a little used HTPC in the house. Kaspersky says it's no longer supported, but it does update virus definitions.
As Facebook teams up with other tech titans to put more effort into ubiquitous internet access worldwide, Pew Research is today is releasing the results of a survey that shows how one of the more advanced countries in the world, the U.S., is still not quite there in leading by example: 20% of U.S. adults are still without broadband or smartphones for internet access.
I need your help in doing an unofficial marketing survey for our project: Samsung Galaxy S4 Customer Feedback.
I will still need more respondents to fill in the survey.
Hope you will be able to help me in the survey. It won't take much of your time.
Thank you for your help and cooperation :)
We may never know every detail about Ubuntu’s user base. But some of its characteristics became a little clearer this week as Canonical’s Gerry Carr began releasing the results of the company’s recent survey of people running Ubuntu, the Linux distribution. Don’t get too excited just yet, as we’ll have to wait a few more days for the full survey findings.