Version 1.2.0 released

February 16, 2021

Version 1.2.0 of Herald is now available for iOS and Android!

Key features in this release include:-

  • Automated visit check-in and check-out - Alternative to manual QR code system, and privacy preserving!
  • Improved performance, stability, and reliability between Android and iOS devices (including iOS 14.4 testing)
  • API changes to make adoption easier
  • Battery usage tweaks - we’ve reduced battery consumption by 30% again!
  • Initial release of the Simple Payload for Digital Contact Tracing

For a full list of changes please see the release notes:-

We’ve gained new developers and adopters recently. We’re community driven, so please come and join the Herald community and help us with deciding the future of the Herald project!

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