Category Archives: iOS
The Mumble team has released version 1.3.0 of the iOS Mumble client. This new version contains a fix for the iOS 7.1 issue we recently blogged about. It is also the first release to use the iOS 7 look and … Continue reading
A word of warning: ‘Mumble for iOS’ 1.2.3 is incredibly unusable on iOS 7.1 – if you depend on it, you should probably not update to iOS 7.1 just yet. There is a problem with audio subsystem, which is causing … Continue reading
The Mumble team has released version 1.2.3 of the iOS Mumble client. This new version contains two important client-side security fixes, and we advise users to download this update from the App Store as soon as possible.
This Wednesday, to coincide with the release of iOS 7, we released Mumble for iOS 1.2.2. This is a primarily a release to fix incompatibilities with iOS 7, but it also includes a few other oft-requested goodies.
Today, we’ll be releasing Mumble for iOS 1.2.1. This is a minor bug fix release to the 1.2 release we did earlier this month. We found a nasty race condition which could cause crashes when the audio subsystem of the app … Continue reading
Earlier today, we released Mumble for iOS 1.2. This release is compatible with the 1.2.4 protocol and includes support for the Opus codec. It also fixes many of the most irritating bugs people have found and reported with the previous … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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. Continue reading
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 … Continue reading