Posted on April 26, 2012 by mkrautz
Today we’re releasing version 1.1 of the Mumble iOS app on the App Store.
This release addresses quite a few of the most sought-after features missing from the 1.0 version, along with fixes for various crashes and memory leaks.
- An improved icon for the app. Thanks Karsten Bruns!
- Searchable public server list. Thanks Jimmy Selgen Nielsen!
- Bluetooth headset support.
- Echo Cancellation support for the built-in mic.
- Improved Push-to-Talk configurability and discoverability.
- Self-registration is now supported.
- Intermediate certificates can now, optionally, be shown in the Certificate Preferences. Intermediate certificates are colored green. Identities keep their yellow color.
- When exporting a certificate for which a chain can be built, the whole chain will be exported.
- Improved crash reporting. After a crash, the app will allow you to submit a crash report directly to the Mumble Developers. An ‘Always’ option is also available, and we hope users will make use of this feature.
- Various crash bugs have been fixed.
- Various memory leaks have been plugged. Thanks Jimmy Selgen Nielsen!
- The 1.0 version of the app failed to parse some Distinguished Names from X.509 certificates. A more solid DN parser has been implemented.
- When connecting to a server, the client will now attempt to build up a full certificate chain using certificates found in the app’s keychain.
- Importing a PKCS #12 file now correctly imports an identity (certificate and private key), along with all intermediate certificates.
- All action sheets in the app have been converted to black to better fit in with the rest of the app.
- Transitioning between the Channel view and a modal view, such as Access Tokens, now provides a better visual experience.
- The mumble.sqlite database is no longer a hidden file in ~/Documents. It now lives in ~/Library.
- The public server list file is no longer a hidden file in ~/Documents. It now lives in ~/Library.
Mumble for iOS is Open Source software released under the BSD license. We’re always looking for new contributors, and valuable feedback from the community. We’d like to thank the people who’ve reported bugs, and helped beta test the 1.1 release.
Head on over to the app’s GitHub repository if you too are interested in contributing!
And don’t forget — if you enjoy the app, please spread the word, and remember to rate it in the App Store.