What is new?
Background/Logon Privacy Screen
MANY users asked us to blank out the screen when the app goes into the background mode and also for when it's brought back into the foreground. This visual "hide" was asked for privacy purposes and we felt this was very important. so - added!! You will see the difference both when the app goes into the background mode as well as when the app brings you back to the logon screen (if you use the password feature).
Facebook Integration is Removed
Another change that you will also notice is that all "Facebook shares" directly from the app has been removed. While this might come as a sadness to some, we hope that after this explanation you will understand. As of iOS9, Facebook requires that all apps register with them to get an ID number. There needs to be a call back to Facebook that checks to make sure this app is valid by checking the ID number.
What this now does is make a permanant connection between the App and your Facebook ID. In the PAST you could share directly to Facebook and there was no record of the recoveryBox app - In fact, Facebook didn't even know about the app.
With this new change by Facebook, we felt that is intrusive. We PRIDE ourselves in keeping the data and anything related to recoveryBox completely private. Because we don't control anything on Facebook's side we decided this was best.
recoveryBox and the developers NEVER see your data as it resides only on your device. We have no backend servers where your data resides - and this is completely for privacy reasons.
And so, while this feature was nice to have, you can accomplish the same thing by taking screen shots and then uploading them to Facebook. Sorry about the extra step - but, well, we hope you understand.
Please note..this does not have any affect on Twitter tweets. They do not have the same requirements as Facebook and so we decided to leave that in the app.
Well, let's just say we did this :)
- We fixed the bug where users could not edit custom triggers. Opps. Sorry about that.
- Also, added new logo image that was missing for Twitter Tweets
- Reduced memory footprint