You are asking the wrong question in the completely wrong arena. You are headed full steam ahead toward a UX disaster.
You need to be conducting user testing on people actually using the app. If you haven’t been observing useage patterns in a controlled observation environment then that is your first problem.
After the observation tests then you set it loose with a group of test users and conduct follow up interviews with specific pointed questions. Do not ask “how can we make this app better?” Ask how easily they were able to find what they needed. Was the interface responsive enough when they clicked on stuff? What features did they enjoy the most? What features did they find the most value in? Are there features they expected to find but did not? Are there features they would like to see added? And so on and so on. Literally books have been written on the subject of UX and user testing to get the best app you can.
I don’t mean to sound too harsh, but not a single one of those numerous books include the step “Ask in an Internet forum how the app can be better.” There is a reason why no one included that recommendation. 🙂
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