VoteReport for Android 0.9.4

I hate calling things 1.0, so I didn’t – VoteReport for Android 0.9.4 is released and available in the Android Marketplace (like the iPhone App Store). If you have a T-Mobile G1, just open the Market application and search for “votereport” or simply browse under the Productivity category. You can also download it direct at: http://openideals.com/android/VoteReport.apk (and you don’t even have to jailbreak anything!).

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The application is free to download, obviously. The code will be shortly, as well. All in all the entire effort took < 10 hours, albeit with lots of prep and design inherited from the iPhone app effort.

What is this mysterious TwitterVoteReport project? Read on…

Twitter Vote Report is an all-volunteer network of software developers, designers, and other collaborators have teamed up with the award-winning blog techPresident to launch this effort. The only resources contributed to this project are the participants’ time and expertise!

Millions of Americans will be voting this Election Day. Many of these voters will have terrific experiences and we’d love to hear about those. But many voters will experience voting problems that we have been hearing about for years: long lines, broken machines, and registered voters who can’t vote because their names aren’t showing up on the registration rolls.

Using Twitter Vote Report, voters will be able to share their experiences and resources with one another to solve problems quickly (e.g. “don’t come now, the line is too long”). These messages will then be aggregated and mapped so that we can “see” voting problems around the country in real-time.

I am hoping to make some improvements on it in the coming day or two, but know there are more important tasks at hand, and just wanted to makes sure the core functionality was out there.

Now get out there and let’s keep this election clean!

9 thoughts on “VoteReport for Android 0.9.4

  1. e voting this Election Day. Many of these voters will have terrific
    experiences and we’d love to hear about those. But many voters will
    experience voting problems that we have been hearing about for years:
    long lines, broken machines, and registered voters who can’t vote
    because their names aren’t showing up on the registration rolls.

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