Mumble version 1.2.4 is now feature complete. Accordingly we have entered string freeze before the upcoming release. This means there will be no new text added or replaced before the release.
We’ve released an emergency iOS 6 bug fix for the Mumble iOS client today — Mumble for iOS 1.1.1.
It works around a compatibility issue with iOS 6 that caused users to be silent when transmitting audio. A few other crash bugs have also been fixed in the 1.1.1 release.
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.
Today we’ve released Mumble for iOS 1.0 on the App Store.
This has been brewing for some time, but we are finally comfortable with calling this release 1.0, from both a feature and a UI perspective. The app is, of course, free of charge and open source.
UPDATE: The initial release was excluded from the App Store in France. We’ve since fixed this error, and apologize for any inconvenience this has caused!
After a 43 hour outage (4pm CET 24.09.11 till 11am CET 26.09.11) our services are up and running again. The outage caused by a cascading hardware failure destroyed, among other things, our servers back-plane and RAID-controller. To replace the defunct parts we had to rely on remote hands to provision replacements and do the repairs lengthening the process.
No data was lost in this incident (yes we would have had backups ;-)) and we are fully operational again.
Thank you for your patience.
Your Mumble team
ps: Thanks to our helpful remote hands.
pps: See our original announcement below.
After a rather long development cycle we are proud to present: Mumble 1.2.3 stable. This stable marks the fourth release in our 1.2.X Mumble series and besides ton of bug-fixes introduces some long awaited features like recording, priority speakers and more.