Monday, January 26, 2009

Release notes for v1.4

This version introduces a new set of interesting features:

  • Context menus: Doing a long tap on a calling card entry will open a context menu that will allow you to edit, delete, duplicate or set the card as default one.

  • One touch dial: This feature allows you to bypass the dial method selection screen and directly route your international call using the default card. Enable the feature from the settings screen.

  • Minor bug fixes: Fixed force close that was happening under some conditions when the app was first run. Also, improved incompatible app detection, so that all apps that may potentially intercept calls are listed.

1 comment:

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