This is the third trial site that we’ve launched (along with our new mobile apps). We plan on launching more in the near future. Our goal is to help people find great resources and information as quickly as possible.
These are generally more of a “we’re on a mission to make this site more useful” type of thing.
We’re actually a pretty laid back, casual, fun site. On the surface, we want to be the best resource for all things gaming and technology.
The reason we’re launching these apps is because we like to help our users find ways to make games more fun for other users. We have a big collection of games that are mostly fun, but also have a lot of potential for fun.
We’re also a pretty easy site to navigate. We are a wiki that has a very clean, minimal look and feel that makes it easy to navigate and search.
I think the core reason a lot of the other apps on the site do not use the word “app” is because they are designed for the use cases of gaming. While they may be used to help you or help you navigate, games are generally not “apps” or “games”, they are “games”. A lot of the apps that we use are not designed for the gaming community, but are designed for what we want them to be.
And that’s a good thing. A game that isn’t designed for gaming is still a game.
The new trial site for our site, Trial.it, is going to be launched on Monday. We are also launching a new blog series called The Trial Site News, where we will keep you up to date with the happenings of the site. The site will contain a series of articles discussing some of the things we are doing to make it easier to search and navigate, and to improve how we provide content to our users.
I’d like to take the opportunity to thank our friends from the trial site team for their hard work and dedication to our site. They are now launching a series of posts that will discuss the launch of the site, and the new way we are going to deliver our content. We are looking forward to getting started.
Yes, a new way to provide content to our users.