admin · Aug 25, 2011 at 11:07 am

XDA Premium for Android Update with Thanks Function

We’ve just rolled out version 1.1.2 of the premium XDA Android app. It offers the following new features:

  • Ability to Thank a user, view Thanks in profile view
  • Ability to zoom-in and zoom-out pictures in gallery
  • Ability to “Load More” automatically
  • Performance improvement
  • Ability to disable avatar image download
  • Added red badges to notification icon
  • Ability to copy thread URL to clipboard
  • Other bug fixes
The app is available in the Android market for $1.49.

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