Discussion in 'WebService and Mobile Access' started by Anu, October 28, 2016.
@fraction & @Juppe Let me know if 1.6 solves your problems
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Sorry for the late replay, now it seems like it's working.
client has been updated to iOS11 with support for iPhone X.
There is an update I am pushing out right now to get bug fixes in everyones hands. I may have to pull tvportal (iOS and tvOS) from the EU tomorrow because I believe crash reporting is not GDPR compliant. Apologies for the inconvenience. The fines are massive and not worth the risk. I'm trying to figure out what needs to change to be legal in the EU still.
latest release is 1.9.1, it should be out in the next 24 hrs
The update is still not out. Do you have any information on this?
Thanks ins advance.
It is available, though if you are in Europe it is no longer available due to gdpr
@Anu - Bugsnag may be worth looking into as it is stating to be GDPR compliant. Worth verifying though and if they are then. It could at some point be back available in Europe.
Secure and compliant error reporting and monitoring solution
They provide error reporting and stability reporting components for application developers and the necessary analytics to drive the application projects (iOS and AppleTV) to even greater heights. Also have a community pricing plan has some limitations to it though also depending on the application's licensing, you may be able to negotiate a licensing deal for your application projects.
I received an update yesterday. So, you are back on business in Europe? Great! Thank you for your effort.
yes its back in europe again
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