Change log and release notes for the Batch SDK. Any variances between Android, iOS, AIR, and Unity will be noted.
v1.8.0 - 26/04/2017
- BREAKING CHANGE: Removed Batch.Ads and Batch.Unlock methods and related classes.
- Added Batch.User.trackLocation, allowing you to natively track user position updates
- Added global notification sound override using Batch.Push.setSound(Uri)
- Un-obfuscated the exception returned by some of BatchPushPayload's methods
- Deprecated Batch.isRunningInDevMode. It is useless, as DEV API Keys always start with "DEV"
v1.7.4 - 24/03/2017
- Fix a bug where the delegate set on BatchMessaging was never called.
v1.7.3 - 16/12/2016
- Fixed a bug that could cause notifications to open the wrong deeplink if multiple notifications were present in the notification shade
v1.7.2 - 14/11/2016
- Fixed a bug where events would stop working after rotation in some cases
- Fixed a bug where Batch wouldn't work properly with translucent/floating activities
v1.7.1 - 07/11/2016
- Fixed a bug where mobile landings buttons could be misplaced
v1.7.0 - 27/10/2016
v1.6.0 - 12/10/2016
- Batch now requires Android 4.0.3 (API Level 15)
- Batch now targets Android 7 (API Level 24), and should only be used in apps that compile with that SDK version. You should also use a v24 support-v4 library with it.
- Updated notification behaviour to be more adapted to changes introduced in Nougat
setCanUseAdvancedDeviceInformation() has been introduced on the
Config object to reduce the quantity of device information Batch will use. Note that disabling this will limit several dashboard features.
BatchPushData has been deprecated in favour of
BatchPushPayload, which is easier to use and will allow you to read anything used by Batch's standard push receiver. It's also easier to instanciate from an intent/bundle, and easier to serialize.
- InstanceID support has been merged into the main SDK. If migrating from an older SDK, you'll need to add a new service in your manifest, as described in the push setup.
- The overall method count has been reduced.
v1.5.4 - 26/08/2016
- Fix a rare memory leak for the last activity
- Internal bugfixes
v1.5.3 - 21/04/2016
- Added Batch.Push.getNotificationsType()
- Threads used by Batch are now named
- Batch.User.getEditor() has been renamed: Please use Batch.User.editor(). The old method will still work, but has been deprecated
- Additional intent flags can now be set for the activity started when opening a Push using Batch.Push.setAdditionalIntentFlags(int)
- Added "BatchActivityLifecycleHelper", an implementation of the "Application.ActivityLifecycleCallbacks" interface to use with "registerActivityLifecycleCallbacks()"
v1.5.2 - 03/02/2016
- Fix JSON issues on Android 4.3 and below
v1.5.1 - 02/02/2016
- Fix a bug where clearTagCollection incorrectly cleared all attributes
v1.5 - 25/01/2016
- Custom user data (attributes, tags and events)
- Added an API to retrieve Batch's unique installation identifier
- Deprecated BatchUserProfile
- Added ability to start Batch in a service
v1.4 - 10/09/2015
Batch Ads has been discontinued
Added a method to get the last known push token
Minor push bugfixes
v1.3.2 - 01/07/2015
New Manual Push helper.
v1.3.1 - 17/06/2015
Introduced Manual Push mode.
Other Push improvements and minor bug fixes
1.3 - 02/06/2015
Introduced Native Ads.
Deprecated legacy Ads methods in order to prevent confusion between Native and Interstitial Ads. More info in the 1.2 to 1.3 migration guide
v1.2.6 - 07/05/2015
Fixed a bug that prevented a push notification from showing up in rare scenarios
v1.2.5 - 16/04/2015
Fixed bug that caused conflicts if an ad was accidentally reused a second time.
v1.2.4 - 26/03/2015
We reduced the SDK method count by 25%, decreasing the SDK size to 664kb.
v1.2.3 - 06/03/2015
Fixed error that affected use of Unlock daily capping.
v1.2.2 - 24/02/2015
Batch Ads (interstitials) released.
v1.1.1 - 16/12/2014
Added big text to push notifications.
v1.1 - 09/10/2014
Batch Push released.
v1.0 - 08/07/2014
Batch out of beta testing and 1.0 published.
v0.x - 21/02/2014
Bastion, the predecessor to Batch, is released with Unlock functionality.