Kaxi BETA now open to BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha device owners

Kaxi Beta
By Bla1ze on 22 Oct 2012 09:20 pm
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With well over 5,000 BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha devices out there, C2 Development has opened the doors to beta testing on their new app called Kaxi. If you're not familar with Kaxi, it's an app that aims to make finding taxis in your local area whether you are in the UK or USA, super simple:

Simply tap "find local taxis" and Kaxi will search for the nearest taxi companies to you and display their name and number. You can also search by a town or city and Kaxi will display all the taxi companies in the given area.

Like any beta that you sign up for, you'll be given early access to app before it hits BlackBerry App World and as such be able to help C2 Development through the Kaxi BETA Portal which may be used to submit feedback and bug reports.

Right now, the UK version is completed and the US version is in bugfixing stages and a Canadian version is being considered. Have a BlackBerry 10 Dev Alpha and interested in helping out? You can sign up for the beta via the C2 Development site link below.

Sign up for the Kaxi beta program

10 comments

SparkyBC

Where is the love for Canada?

Bold_until_Hybrid_Comes

"Canadian version is being considered"

That is what every dev says to worm out of the conversation regarding if they are making an app for the Canadian market

crwblyth

No worming out here, we're definitely considering it!

We are currently working on building up a directory for taxi companies within Canada. We don't want to release it in Canada if the directory doesn't cover most towns/cities.

theHip

Like other commenters, I hope they make a Canadian version!!!

paviktor

I hope they make a Russian version!

neteng1000

Why would that be pusing it? It would be smart. 150Million people, GDP larger than Canada and Moscow just so happens to be the most expensive city in the world for real estate.

callumcarolan

because we can't read or write in russian, we also have no personal experience of the way russian towns/cities/provinces etc are set up.

iwasspartacus

That does make more sense. I can appreciate (as a Canuck) that developers have to produce apps where services/users exist .... a taxi app makes sense in what? 8 Canadian cities? (6 if you only want to serve English speakers).

Not exactly low hanging fruit.