By SafetyCulture Team   |  
July 23rd, 2015

iAuditor 3.4.1 for iOS Released

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Hi, iAuditor 3.4.1 for iOS is now available with the following changes:

  • Added labels to mark audits as “Completed” or “Incomplete” in their list.
  • Logos can be much higher quality when exported in audits now.
  • Various visual improvements to lists and menus.
  • Better, clearer Store screen for making In-App Purchases.
  • Clearer messages when making In-App Purchases.
  • Better feedback when adding lots of media items or removing other important items in the Template Editor.
  • Searching in multiple choice response pickers now works when using A-Z sorting.
  • Collapsing mandatory Question items should no longer cause issues while auditing.
  • Image items will no longer get bigger when attempting to delete them in the Template Editor.
  • Now PDF metadata will always be included in exported PDFs, even if you exclude the cover and title pages.
  • You can no longer attempt Dropbox exports after unlinking your Dropbox account.
  • Default export profiles should no longer fail to load.
  • Fewer crashes when exporting documents with lots of images in them.
  • Fixed a crash that happened when exporting some audits to JSON.
  • Setting a Template’s logo as “Use Profile Image” in the Editor now saves as it should.

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