Android v4.7.1 Release Notes – October 17, 2014
Oct 17, 2014 TigerText
- Native Android popups for message options
- Unsent message “drafts”
- Additional improvements
Like you, we appreciate a good, clean user experience, so we did a little bit of user interface house cleaning. We took the old look – what we called the “shelf” – and swapped it for a more native Android look and feel. This should also keep your conversation screen free from clutter.
It’s happened to us all: You start writing a message, then you get pulled into something else; a new message comes in, your colleague asks you a question, you get a phone call – life happens.
Now, if you’re typing a message and you leave that message unfinished we store it as a “draft” inside TigerText. We even added this nifty little reminder in your inbox that there’s some thought that needed to be completed (and sent!).
Here’s a list of additional enhancements:
- More Login Options – We expanded support so users can log in with any identifying information – username, email, and/or phone – that is already used on their account.
- Better Memory Allocation – We optimized the allocation of memory resources, improving the overall stability and speed of the app.
- More Secure PIN Lock – End users now have the ability to make their PIN lock more stringent than the one set by their admin