Upvise now available for G1 T-Mobile Android phone!

We just released Upvise for Google Android G1 T-Mobile smartphone! And it is the latest version 2.0 beta.

To install it on your G1 phone:

 

  1. On your G1 phone, click on the Market icon
  2. Search for Upvise and click on the Download button
  3. This will install Upvise. You can then start Upvise by clicking on the Upvise icon 

 

Your feedback and comments are welcome. Let us know what you think about this first version and hwo to improve it.

New features for Upvise version 1.9 on Windows Mobile

In addition to the new User Interface features of version 1.9, available which are available cross-platform, we have few new features specially for Windows Mobile users in the latest Upvise Mobile Client v1.9:

 

  • First, there is now a support for Cut / Copy / Paste / Select All in the edit box page menu.
  • We also enhanced the edit box and now display the same nice caption top bar, instead of the bad looking standard Windows Mobile caption bar. Just like in the other list pages. It give a much more consistant  interface.
  • Finally we improved the animation displayed when going to the next page. It is much more smooth and efficient. Of course, if you do not like it, you can always disable in in the Settings.

 

Backup and Restore for Business accounts

We have introduced the Backup and Restore functionality for all Upvise business accounts.

A full backup of all the data in the account can be performed by the administrator of a business account. Administrators can also configure automatic daily or weekly backups at a specified time, with an option to be notified by email when a backup is performed. The last five most recent backups are stored in your account, and you can download them at any time for archiving purposes.

A backup file is a zipped SQLite database which contains all the data tables used by the Upvise applications of the account. The file can be opened with e.g. the graphical SQLite Administrator tool.

Backup files can be password-protected (ZIP file password).

To restore a backup, you can either upload a backup file previously downloaded from your account or restore one of the backups stored in your account. The restore operation is a full replacement of the data, i.e. all existing data, data structures and application information are overwritten.

After you perform a Restore operation, user accounts in Upvise mobile clients are automatically reset at their next network connection, i.e. the local cache is cleared and the navigation returns to the main application list, in order to ensure a smooth loading of the restored data (Functionality available in version to be released shortly).