We released Zite 1.3.2 today. We’ve been listening to your feedback and this release fixes some bugs and interface quirks that our users have been complaining about. Here’s what’s new:
- Many of you wrote in to say that you wish the iPhone application could show more text in an article on one screen, so we’ve made the navigation and thumb up/down bars disappear when you’re scrolling down.
- Logging in and switching profiles so you can share accounts between your iPhone and iPad caused confusion, so we’ve made it much easier to do so. If you haven’t set up your iPad and iPhone to share a profile, we encourage you to do so as you’ll benefit from the added information gathered about your interests.
- In previous versions of Zite, on older devices like the iPad 1 and iPhone 3GS, there were a number of application crashes. We’ve reduced the memory footprint of the application in this version, reducing the overall crash rate by over 40 percent.
Please let us know what you think of the improvements or if you have any other suggestions by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.