Only a short time ago, Tundra Core Studios released Dossier for BlackBerry 10. This native application provided business users with a simple and easy way to organize their client and contact data to provide prompt customer support. Based on feedback and various requests from users, Tundra has now released v1.01 to the storefront that incorporate several new features, bug fixes, and other improvements.
You can scroll through the full list of additions, fixes and improvements below:
Change log for V1.0.1
- ADDED: BlackBerry Maps Integration
- ADDED: BlackBerry Universal Search capability
- ADDED: Category filtering, when user is sorting by category
- ADDED: Company name field
- ADDED: Database import
- ADDED: Database version check
- ADDED: Email multiple clients at once
- ADDED: File sharing to multiple clients
- ADDED: Import address when adding client
- ADDED: Single & multiple file sharing (through BlackBerry Hub, File Manager & other supported applications)
- FIXED: About page layout
- FIXED: Client activity tab (still doesn't show emails due to BlackBerry 10 OS bug)
- FIXED: Client information not always being displayed
- FIXED: Duplication of clients when using Multiple Import
- FIXED: Edit Client page not saving data
- FIXED: Grouping files by date issue
- FIXED: List view being visible when no clients are in the data model
- FIXED: Sorting files by date issue
- FIXED: Theme selector issue
- IMPROVED: Client search (now searches by name, email, phone number, address & category)
Dossier is available to download from BlackBerry World for $0.99 and is compatible with all BlackBerry 10 handsets.
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