June 3, 2014
Earlier this week we got approval for a small but important update to the iOS version of Track Attack.
The big update and change is the optimization for iOS7 – we took time to make sure we understood what the changes in iOS7 would do to Track Attack. Thankfully, the last version of Track Attack worked well on iOS7 by default but when we build and develop specifically for iOS 7, it is a different story. The UI has been updated to blend smoothly with the general iOS7 UI and we’ve made sure Track Attack is functional for all core features.
Secondly, we made a number of small bug fixes and stabilization improvements. Most of these will go unnoticed but here are two which were reported by users:
- Upload Hang Up – for some users, when initially starting an upload of a video, upload progress would stop after 1% of progress. The fix was to hard kill the app and re-launch it, of which upon re-launch and connection to Wi-Fi, the app would immediately start uploading.
- Crashes associated with unique time zone/language settings. For very few users, there are unique and non-standard formats for time zone and language settings which would not allow the app to properly display session history.
Let us know what you think and look out for more updates this summer for Track Attack on iOS and across the other platforms!