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By Matt   |  
July 2nd, 2014

iAuditor for Android update 2.0.7

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Hi,
The latest update is version 2.0.7 for iAuditor on Android. The changes are as follows:

  • Improved the colour picker swatch to include the colours for the Yes, No, N/A buttons
  • Improved the exported Word document’s support for opening in Pages
  • Improved CSV importing in preparation for future improvements
  • Improved the experience of adding and managing labels
  • Improved stability
  • Updated the N/A button colour to precisely match iOS
  • Fixed an issue where labels for Templates might not show in the list
  • Fixed an issue where email address were not deselected when removed from sharing dialog
  • Fixed an uncommon issue where the Audit would scroll back up to the last question with comments when the comments for a different question was expanded
  • Fixed a rare issue that could occur after migrating from one SafetyCloud account to the device and back to a second SafetyCloud account

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