iAuditor inspection app updates
iAuditor inspection app updates
iAuditor inspection app updates
By Liz Gonzalez   |  
March 22nd, 2017

App Updates | March

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Every month we’re highlighting the release notes of our most recent app updates to SafetyCulture iAuditor for iOS, Android and Windows. You’ll be able to easily stay up-to-date on what’s new. Read the latest release updates for March here:


iOS 4.4.3

  • Report scores across all export types will now show two decimal format
  • When archiving from a device you can now choose the best course of action when a sync conflict arises
  • Large images on the PDF report title page now display properly
  • Add a new fix to avoid accidental deletion of new audits with the Discard Changes button


Android 4.4.8

  • General fixes and stability improvements

Android 4.4.7

  • Redesigned settings screen to make it easier to find what you’re looking for
  • Improved the requests for location permission and accuracy
  • General fixes and stability improvements


Windows 1.6.4

  • Minor fixes and performance improvements

Windows 1.6.3

  • Added omit options in audit for export profiles
  • Added table setting options to export profiles
  • Fixed an issue that crashed the app when starting audit for specific templates

Stay tuned! We have some new feature releases coming up.  As always be sure to contact us if you have any questions or feedback.

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