By SafetyCulture Team   |  
December 22nd, 2014

iAuditor iOS 3.2.3 Released

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Hi, iAuditor 3.2.3 for iOS has been released and will be available for download from the App Store just in time for Christmas.


  • Stability and performance improvements to the Auditing screens.
  • Editing text in the template editor now supports the iOS text controls
  • Icons have been updated throughout the app to make the visual experience more consistent.
  • Restored the section selection tool to the iPhone Auditing screen.
  • Unchecked check boxes will again appear in your PDF reports.
  • Fixed an issue where iAuditor settings could appear in an alternate language when you are running the app in English.
  • Fixed an issue which could cause the app to close when deleting media from the auditing screen.
  • Fixed an issue which could cause the app to close on startup.
  • Fixed an issue where Date Time fields wouldn’t be correctly exported to PDF, this results in Conducted On fields not being visible in reports.
  • Fixed an issue that would cause SafetyCloud to archive a document when resolving conflicts by choosing the SafetyCloud copy.
  • Fixed several syncing issues
  • Fixed an issue which could cause the app to close when using the barcode scanner.
  • Fixed an issue which could cause the app to close when attempting to download template media from the web.
  • Fixed an issue where deleted audits could reappear on next launch.
  • Fixed a drag and drop issue in the Template Editor.

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Have a safe and merry Christmas from the team at SafetyCulture.

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