Official XDA Android App Updated to v1.0.0
Today we’ve released an updated version of our free Android app. The changes are modest (hey, it’s a .X release!) but the new features are sure to please the 30,000 of you that have already download this app since its release about a month ago.
First and foremost, you can now favorite any forum or sub forum so that you can instantly pull up a list of forums that you visit most often. Also, there are new options to customize your signature. Finally, there have been numerous bug fixes, performance enhancements, and minor interface tweaks. To get it, just search “XDA” in the Android Market.
We’re working with our app developer, Tapatalk, to bring more great changes to the app, such as search, tab customizations, and more. As a reminder, the XDA Android App is best experienced over a high speed network.
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