This is some great news for iOS developers. The approval of their apps will now be shortened to about 24 hours only. It will certainly encourage them to make more frequent app updates and therefore, improve the quality of their apps. Apple intensifies the competition with Android Who has never complain about Apple’s review process length? Submitting an app to the App Store has always been seen as painful by app developers, excited to finally …
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Version 3.26 released on November 01, 2017
• iPhone X is here! We've updated our app to work with the latest iPhone, including support for logging in with Face ID. • Our Chat option has been expanded to Florida and Texas. To get started, choose Chat from the options menu on the home screen, or tap the chat icon on any of the hub pages. (Please note that Chat is not currently available on the weekend or for commercial policies.)
Version 3.25 released on October 13, 2017
• The longer you stay with us, the better your loyalty rewards get ― and now you can take a peek at what's in store when you level up. (Note: loyalty rewards aren't available for all states or products.) • Fixed a roadside-assistance bug that prevented some customers from using GPS to specify their location.
Version 3.24.2 released on September 23, 2017
• Fixed an issue that prevented some customers from submitting photos of vehicle damage.
Version 3.24.1 released on September 14, 2017
• iOS 11 is here! We made a few tweaks to ensure that our app works perfectly after you update your device.
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