By Tania Clarke   |  
November 14th, 2016

November 15: iAuditor App Updates for Android, iOS, Windows

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We’re moving towards bundling our app updates so you aren’t overwhelmed with too many. Here you will find release notes about the latest Windows, iOS and Android updates. Let us know if you prefer this method. Remember, you can also read the latest app updates in the News & Tips section within the iAuditor app, or on the release store.


Android 4.3.11

  • Failed responses can now be shown in PDF and Word reports (yay!)
  • We’ve improved how signatures work in audits
  • Some minor fixes and stability improvements

Android 4.3.10

  • Audit document number should now follow the document numbering setting specified in the template
  • Fixed an issue where the app would crash when searching for a template from the start audit screen
  • Improved the audit and template conflict resolution process (woohoo!)
  • Some minor fixes and stability improvements


iOS 4.3.2

  • Fixed an issue which could cause the app to crash on startup for some users
  • Fixed an issue where audits and templates won’t appear in the lists in certain circumstances on iOS 10 devices


Windows 1.4.2

  • Added an option to search templates by their description
  • Improved the experience of using Mandatory Fields. Now when a mandatory item in audit has been left unanswered you will be navigated back to this item when trying to complete the audit
  • Minor UI updates
  • Various bug fixes and improvements

Stay tuned! We have some very useful¬†feature releases coming up in November, December and January. We’ve been working hard to keep building a great product.

As always be sure to contact us if you have any questions, feedback or concerns.

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