On Monday April 18, 2022 Tablet Command will release TC Mobile 3.2 to the App Store. This release includes support for offline maps, follow me with compass and minor bug and performance fixes. It also includes minor bug fixes and performance improvements.
On Monday, April 18, 2022 Tablet Command will release Tablet Command 3.2 to the App Store. This is a major feature release and also includes minor bug fixes. The new features include an extensive redesign of the Units View and Map View to unify the interface, adding a dedicated Command Area, redesigning the resource long press menu, redesigning the tap on resource pop over, adding Follow with Compass on the map views and much more.
The dedicated Command Area creates a minor incompatibility with older versions of Tablet Command so we strongly encourage users to upgrade all of their devices to 3.2 for consistency, stability, and access to all the great new features in this release. See more details about this in the Units View section below.
Please carefully read these release notes to familiarize yourself with the new features.
On Tuesday, March 1, 2022 Tablet Command will release Tablet Command 3.1.4 to the App Store. This release adds an indicator when the incident list is filtered and includes minor bug fixes.
On Tuesday, January 18, 2021 Tablet Command will release Tablet Command and TC Mobile 3.1.3 to the App Store. These releases have bug and performance fixes.
On Monday, December 13, 2021 Tablet Command released Tablet Command and TC Mobile 3.1.1 to the App Store. These release have bug fixes for the map not re-centering properly in certain conditions and Unit Notification Settings not showing for some users.
On Tuesday, December 7, 2021 Tablet Command will release TC Mobile 3.1 to the App Store. This release includes Critical Alerts which will ring though even if your device is set to silent or Focus/Do Not Disturb settings are active, and support for increasing text size in the app. It also includes minor bug fixes and performance improvements.
On Tuesday, December 7, 2021 Tablet Command will release Tablet Command 3.1 to the App Store. This release includes enhancements like support for Critical Alerts, Mobile Map Package support, enhancements to the manage incident workflow, and support for complex communication plans. It also features bug fixes and performance improvements.
On Thursday October 7, Tablet Command will be switching all users to our new web portal. The portal offers new functionality like a dashboard view, a managed incident view similar to the iPad application, new maps, a streamlined interface and a host of other functional and performance changes.
Tablet Command has released Tablet Command 3.0.5. The releases address an issue that could cause AVL Sharing icons to turn off and on on the map. We suggest that users update to Tablet Command 3.0.5.
Tablet Command has released Tablet Command and TC Mobile 3.0.4 to the App Store. The releases address a memory leak which can cause the application to crash. We suggest that all users update immediately to Tablet Command and TC Mobile 3.0.4.