Build 3 of the Loupe Preview is ready for you to download! This build contains a vast number of improvements and your continued feedback has meant that we are well on the way to our final Loupe release.
Thanks to all of our beta testers who have submitted bugs, feature requests and user experience feedback. Your input is invaluable and very much appreciated.
“Close to feature-complete”
Many of the improvements, modifications and updates have been induced by the feedback that our support and development teams have been receiving. We’re very grateful to everyone who has taken the time to try out the preview builds of Loupe and send us their feedback. Your input is critical to us shipping a final version that real world-ready.
Kendall and the team have been burning down the task lists and we can confirm that build 3 represents a beta build that is close to being feature-complete. Many, if not all, of the changes that you will now see between Loupe Preview build 3 and the final release will be largely motivated by the input we receive from those of you trying out Loupe and sending us your feedback.
Improvements in this release
Development for this release has seen some significant headway being made to the final build and that includes the following improvements:
- user interface modifications and additional touch optimizations
- event management rules
- notifications – creating, assigning and configuring
- common time zone management
You can find out more detailed information about these improvements in Kendall’s forum posting.
You can also view a list of the major and minor fixes associated with this build in the release notes for the latest version of Loupe.
Download and enjoy!
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