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By SafetyCulture Team   |  
May 28th, 2014

iAuditor iOS 3.0.3 Available Now

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We are pleased to let you know that iAuditor iOS 3.0.3 has been released and will be available for download from the App Store today.

Changes in 3.0.3 are as follows

  • Fixed multiple choice response sets not appearing correctly.
  • Labels and Trash now appear in the main menu for easy access
  • Improvements to reliability and performance
  • Usability improvements
  • Improvements to how device rotation is handled
  • Improvements to iPhone 4 and 4s display
  • JSON export now includes media
  • PDF export cover page shows correct year
  • Dynamic fields now function correctly in the audit Information section
  • Omit empty section export option now works correctly
  • Fixed issues effecting auditing display reliability
  • Fixed an issue causing question item buttons to display the wrong choices
  • Fixed issue where header items couldn’t be added to templates after they had been removed
  • Fixed a text truncation issue in PDF export
  • Fixed an issue causing incorrect audit scoring on multiple choice items
  • Fixed an issue preventing the audit score from updating correctly
  • Added a cancel button to the public library search bar to allow search results to be cleared
  • Fixed an issue which would cause the search bar to be hidden in the library, audits, and templates screens when the keyboard was up
  • Fixed a Dashboard issue where incorrect totals were being displayed
  • Fixed an issue that prevented templates being uploaded to the public library
  • Fixed an issue that caused the incorrect tool to be selected when annotating media

Your ongoing feedback is important to us so keep it coming. You can contact us directly on any of the numbers below

United States +1 816-787-1343

Australia 1300 306 604

International +61 7 4408 8208

Alternatively you can contact support using email via iAuditor Help or emailing support@safetyculture.com.au.

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