iAuditor inspection app updates
iAuditor inspection app updates
iAuditor inspection app updates
By Liz Gonzalez   |  
January 25th, 2017

January 25: App Updates For iOS, Android and Windows

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Read the latest release updates to the SafetyCulture iAuditor app for iOS, Android and Windows. You can also find this information in the release notes on the app store.


iOS 4.4.1

  • Fixed an issue that prevented syncing of some audits
  • Fixed a media syncing issue
  • The font selection in export profile editor now functions on iPhone
  • Fixed an issue caused by logging in with a very long password
  • Stability and performance improvements
  • Added support for the Russian language


Android 4.4.5

  • Bug fixes and stability improvements

Android 4.4.4

  • Hot fix for an issue causing a crash when taking a photo

Android 4.4.3

  • Hot fix for an issue causing a crash

Android 4.4.2

  • Improved Response Set editing experience
  • Syncing improvements
  • Fixed an issue with non-display of drawing item background images
  • Fixed an issue setting up links on information fields

Android 4.4.1

  • Performance and stability improvements


Windows 1.6.0

  • Performance and stability improvements

Stay tuned! We have some new feature releases coming up.  As always be sure to contact us if you have any questions or feedback.

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