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iauditor new release, feature, app, technology, safetyculture, auditing, inspections, digital checklist
iauditor new release, feature, app, technology, safetyculture, auditing, inspections, digital checklist
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By Tania Clarke   |  
February 1st, 2016

iAuditor iOS 4.0.6 Released

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iAuditor 4.0.6 for iOS is now available with the following changes:

What’s New?
– We’ve listened to your requests and now you can add text when annotating images.

What’s Improved?
– Notifications of network problems when syncing have been improved.

What have we fixed?
– Fixed a critical issue with templates that used a custom list item instead of the standard client field.
– Fixed a critical issue with the template editor that could cause template changes to be lost.
– Editing a completed audit now updates the audit details properly.
– Fixed Template and Audit sorting that wasn’t working for some after upgrading their app.
– Fixed a bug that caused signatures to not export in Word format.
– And even more stability and performance fixes.

As always, we appreciate your ongoing feedback, so keep it coming! You can tell us what you think below.

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