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What's New in Version 1.6.2
Winter is coming, which means I need to ship this release pretty much right now to get a certain feature out the door.
While we're at it, I fixed some bugs and added some features:
- Less crashing in iOS 10. It has something to do with CoreData. Threads are hard.
- There's body excerpts in the draft picker!
- The owner and editor below a post look a lot more like they do on the site.
- Less crashing on backgrounding on iPad.
- Fixed editor state restoration. (It was Swift extension dynamic dispatch clobbering!)
- Scrolling no longer breaks when going to a deleted answer.
- App Transport Security HTTPS everywhere... (except some images in posts)!
- The achievement bar button item will now stay in its designated area.
- You can favorite/ignore tags again.
The StackExchange app really emulates the online version quite well, and it is nice and easy to use. The only thing I could think of to improve it would be to allow MathJax rendering on Mathematics and MathOverflow.
A better mobile experience than the website, not a worse one. Inasmuch as Stack Overflow is generally useful, so too is this.
It's always worked perfectly for me.
No complaints. Does exactly what I expect it to do!