EDIT: added links to screenshots
We have rolled out a service for collecting and managing in-app feedback for iPhone apps, and we would like to collaborate with some developers to take this platform to the next level.
What you get: a plugin to embed into your application and access to a web portal where you can track incoming feedback and react to it as appropriate (there is a basic bugtrack-like workflow available). You are also able to follow up with feedback opener by posting back replies. The user is able to check back on what they previously submitted, and provide further if they choose to do so. All of this is going to be free for the foreseeable future for the initial pilot group we are putting together.
You will be able to steer users from venting in the app store and polluting your rating, towards a constructive and meaningful discussion of any issues they run into.
What we get: feedback from you as the developer on what works, what doesn't work, suggested new features and so forth. Bug reports and any other info that can make our service better.
Catches: there are no catches, but the service is in alpha, meaning that you most likely will not be able to use it to your satisfaction without major assistance on our part. So we expect there will be lots of troubleshooting and communication involved, particularly in the very early stages of our collaboration. There are no NDAs involved, and no strings attached--you are free to leave at any moment.
Platforms supported: iPhone only. iOS-wise, 6 is definitely supported, but we haven't yet tested it on earlier versions. Fundamentally, nothing prevents our plugin client from working downlevel, but there might be a few tweaks needed to produce a compatible binary.
If this sounds interesting, feel free to visit the home of this service at www.tfp0.com
(this is a utility domain that is not representative of the final product name) for more information. If you'd like to sign up, you can PM me, or send email to [daniel][at][timefork][dot][com].
PS: You can find some screenshots of the current versions of the plugin on this page: http://tfp0.com/s/iOS