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Reverse Lookup 3.3.4 Released

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Reverse Lookup and Reverse Lookup PLUS v3.3.4 is now going live in the Google Play Store

This release addresses an issue that caused incoming call notifications to fail for some pre-Oreo users. In addition to this, the app received various background optimizations and a slightly smaller overall file size. This version should be fully rolled out by early next week.

The PLUS version of the app receives these same optimizations as well as the newer runtime permissions model that the free version received a couple weeks ago. Like the free version, the PLUS version now requires a device running Android 4.0 or higher. This version is rolling out to 100% of users today.

We would also like to alert users to a known issue we recently became aware of: Android Oreo devices are currently not receiving notifications of incoming calls from the app. We are working to resolve the issue and will release a fix as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience.

As always thank you again and please let us know if you have any questions.

Beta for Reverse Lookup 2.6 Now Available

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The next update to Reverse Lookup contains a lot of changes, and we wanted to be sure we test it a little more thoroughly than usual before releasing it to the Play Store.

..So we’re happy to announce that the first Beta will be available within the next few hours.

Want to try it out early? All you have to do is join our beta tester Google Group and then follow this link to opt-in: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.esmobile.reverselookupfree

Keep in mind that the point of this test is to see what works and what doesn’t, and while we’re already pretty happy with the stability of the app, there’s always the possibility to encounter bugs. So please bear with us and let us know if something in the app breaks so we can fix it before launch.

We’re expecting to move forward rapidly from this point, so expect another update or two in the beta channel before we launch. We’re primarily working on aesthetics and general UX from here on out, but of course we’ll be trying to eliminate any bugs we discover as well.

Oh, one last thing.. this is a completely open beta so please feel free to share those links with anyone who may be interested.