This new version bring some fixes that improve the communication between the service which watches the clipboard for changes and the actual application. This may also bring some battery improvements, but probably so small that you won’t notice.
Next steps are to make it Honeycomb/ICS compatible. Get it from the Android Market or scan the QC code below.
Two of my applications have been updated, and I’ll start with the one that has had more changes.
So first off we have Clipboard Contents, updated to 2.1.4, with the following changes:
- Added ‘Show all actions’ option for item click
- Fixed bug on fallback action activation
- Other small maintenance updates
Second is the more popular Font Changer, bumped to version 2.1.1, with a few small bug fixes. Nothing noticeable to the end user, but more features will be coming soon (hopefully!).
You can get both of them on XDA from the appropriate threads, or on the Android Market.
Clipboard Contents has been updated to 2.1.3, which adds WidgetLocker support. If you are using Clipboard Contents and a lock screen replacement application, and it stops working properly, then you need to let me know so I can add support for it.
Get it on the Market or you can also grab it by using the QR code below;
Version 2.1.0 is out, in the usual places. Here are the changes;
- Fixed list items too small
- Fixed double notifications
- Fixed clipboard erasure detection
- Fixed status bar icon to match UI guidelines
- Added cloud backup/restore for Android 2.2 and newer (must be enabled in device Settings -> Privacy)
On a side note, the cloud backup/restore service which Google provides for Android applications is rather cool. It’s really simple to implement and use, so here’s to hoping that more developers will include this feature in their applications :)
You can also grab it by using the QR code below;
After a long time version 2.0 is finally out with the following changes:
- New user interface
- Restore clipboard at boot
- Improved communication with the service
- Persistent storage improved
- Contents can be manipulated when the service is disabled
- Integrated with Android’s Quick Search Bar
You can get it on the Market, or the XDA thread, for free. Or just scan the QR code below.
Version 2.0.0 is out. And yeah, the big jump in the versioning does mean more features than just bug fixes :) The changelog is as follows:
- Added advanced mode with font picker for individual fonts
- Fixed rename bug
- Fixed bold font previews
- Fixed changing font location bug
- Added Bulgarian translation (Никола Андреев)
- Added Spanish translation (Dani)
- Lots of other updates and fixes (code was refactored)
- note: translations will be updated in the next few weeks (translators please wait for my email)
- note: refresh if your fonts will be missing after the update
In addition to the above changes I pretty much rewrote the application. You probably won’t see many changes, but it should be quicker and safer now. I tested it for the past two days, but that does not that mean that it is bug free (as with all big releases).
Grab it on the Market or in the OP of the XDA thread. Enjoy :)
I don’t usually post here, only if there are some more significant changes. And today is one of those days.
First of all I’m sure that people must have been getting tired of the checks being done before you can actually set a font. Well, with today’s update that’s history! They will be done in the background, so by the time you find a font that you’d like to apply you will be (hopefully) green to go without having to wait at the beginning.
Secondly, it is now possible to specify where you would like to store your fonts. The option is found in the settings and if you have any fonts in the folder already it will just simply move them. Quick and easy!
Next milestone is to have an advanced mode which allows to change fonts like TypeFresh does it. This will allow more advanced users to be more specific in their font choices, while still having the ability to just tap a font family and apply it. This will be either for a 1.9 or 2.0 release. Apart from that I’ll just be concentrating on making code optimisations, further robustness, and minor additions.
Furthermore I would like to thank the guys at DroidDog for reviewing Font Changer. You can find the review here. Cheers again.