By SafetyCulture Team   |  
July 10th, 2015

iAuditor 3.4.0 for iOS Released

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Hi, iAuditor 3.4.0 for iOS is available with the following changes:

  • iAuditor now supports the Turkish language!
  • Improved dictation support on iOS 8. Now you can say more than a single word…
  • We made account creation easier, now we remember your details after you confirm your email address.
  • Now it’s easier to contact our customer support through the app. No email necessary.
  • Added searching and sorting to multiple choice response lists.
  • Made it easier to remove your Templates from the Public Library.
  • Fixed bug in the Settings page where options would sometimes display in the wrong place.
  • Scheduled syncs will now happen on app launch if the last scheduled sync was missed for any reason.
  • Tip: The “News & Tips” counter works again.
  • Fixed a bug where deactivating a device could sometimes cause data loss.
  • Image picker should now dismiss properly on iOS 7.
  • Improved layout of images in Information Items. Large images no longer “overflow” into surrounding items.
  • Our CSV importer has learned to count question responses properly.
  • We now update the Audits list correctly after syncing.
  • Reduced crashing when using the camera zoom.
  • Added more helpful error messages when In-App Purchases fail.
  • Improved animations on iOS 8.
  • Improved VoiceOver accessibility support for adding media items. Please tell us more ways to make iAuditor accessible for you!

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