Today, we’ve released a new version of Gliph for iOS that includes a variety of enhancements related to Bitcoin.
Bitcoin is still fairly new, if you aren’t familiar with it at all, you may want to watch this. If you haven’t heard about Gliph’s recent addition of Bitcoin, you can read about it here, and watch a video of the iPhone app here.
Here are the new Bitcoin-related updates in v1.48:
- The Bitcoin option in the menu now shows to all new users. We had a bug that was causing this to not be displayed without restarting the app.
- You can now view the current exchange rate in the Send Bitcoin popover. It is based on the 24-hour MtGox weighted average.
- Bitcoin payments now have a small Bitcoin symbol next to them. You can also tap on a Bitcoin payment in a conversation view and see it listed in the wallet view.
- You can now detach a Coinbase wallet from Gliph. If you want to remove your Coinbase Bitcoin wallet from Gliph, use the trash can button in title bar of wallet view. Please note: if you intend to completely remove the connection we recommend you also visit Coinbase and remove Gliph’s access to the Wallet.
- Wallet view now shows Gliphs of users from prior transactions. Previously Gliph showed Bitcoin transaction IDs.
We made a few other non-Bitcoin enhancements as well:
- We’ve made some changes to that speed up app navigation.
- We fixed a bug in the Cloaked Email Address view where blocking senders would sometimes cause an error.
- We made some code refinements that you won’t notice but will help us develop features faster. :)
This iPhone update joins two recent incremental Android updates.
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