Yeah, I've talked about it over email with Jason. Elevator pitch:
[NAME] is a human, 1 on 1 QA service. Setup a project and a QA engineer will QA your app and provide feedback in a feed with screenshots, screencasts, as well as accessibility and UX issues and concerns.
Hit list of "features":
1. You get the same QA person for each QA session on a project
2. Each session has a feed with screenshots, screencasts, etc.
3. At the end of a session you get a bug list which you can check off and they'll verify fixes.
4. The feed is realtime, so use it to chat with your QA eng during work hours.
That's "1.0" list. I have ideas for automation too, but that'd be a 1.5-2.0 thing.