We’ve just released tiqr 2.6 for Android. This new version features a new look & feel, and fixes some issues, a/o with the scan area size on some phone models.
tiqr 2.5 for iOS has just been released. The new version of the app has a complete new and refreshed layout. Please give us your feedback via email@example.com
tiqr 2.4.1 for iOS has just been released. This version fixes a bug that would crash tiqr after authentication when tiqr was triggered using a push notification.
We’ve just released tiqr 2.4 for Android. This new version Fixes an issue with push notifications.
We’ve just released tiqr 2.1 for Android. This new version includes support for additional languages and supports more Android devices.
tiqr 2.1 for iOS has just been released. This version fixes a critical bug on iOS 7, all users of the iOS 7 beta are advised to upgrade and will need to re-enroll their identities. For all users of iOS 6, we recommend that you upgrade tiqr prior to upgrading to iOS 7 to ensure that your existing identities will keep working.
We have just released a brand new tiqr 2.0 for iOS and are working hard to bring it to Android as soon as possible. This new release includes:
tiqr 1.1 for Android is now available in the Android Market, just like the iOS version that was released two weeks ago, this version contains fixes for issues identified during the security audit.
As reported earlier, there was a minor issue in tiqr 1.1 relating to the introduction screen not being shown under certain circumstances. This issue has been resolved and an update, tiqr 1.1.1, is now available from the App Store.
I’m happy to announce that tiqr 1.1 is now available in the App Store for free. We have identified one minor issue where the welcome screen does not show the usage instructions that we hope to fix soon and will release as version 1.1.1.
Version 1.0.0 of tiqr is now available for free from the App Store!
I’ve just uploaded all the sources for the release we have tagged ‘1.0.0’. This is the first public release of the Tiqr source. Please note that the Android version is lagging behind and lacks some of the features of the iPhone feature, but we’ve tagged it 1.0.0 anyway so we have a consistent package of applications. Expect a more complete Android implementation in a couple of weeks.
Please note that most of these packages do not come bundled with the dependencies they require (e.g. you need to drop the simplesamlphp-authtiqr module into an existing simplesamlphp installation). The iPhone and Android builds do come bundled with their dependencies so that you can compile them out of the box.
Howtos on setting up a tiqr server using either simpleSAMLphp or Zend Framework is upcoming.
We are working on finishing the first server and SimpleSAMLphp release. The source code will be posted here soon.
We are working on finishing the first Android version for public release. Once that version has been completed we will post both an installable application as well as the source code here. This version will also be added to the Android Market.
The first iPhone release will soon be posted here. We are currently working on finishing this version for App Store submission and once that work has been completed we will post the source code for download here.