For phones, stick to the orig version The HD version puts some functions in hard to reach places when operating with one hand. I'm uninstalling and switching back to the same the phone version for my LG G2. There's no advantage to the HD version that I can see.
Needs a few things One thing I'd like to see on the calendar view out side the app (that I place on one if my home screens) is to see via words and date when I accepted a meeting invite. Those invites that I have not accepted should be color coded or shown in the a similar manner as those meetings that have been accepted.
Will kill your battery! This is a terrible app, I was fine with the free version, the payed one killed my phone's battery and would not fetch my email. I want my money back but I won't argue with these blood suckers.
Great solution for exchange - UGLY UI Been using this for a year. Works well, not too buggy. But the UI needs updating. With Norton's backing hire a cool designer from Apple
Worked well but now not so much... I have been using touchdown for about a year and it always worked very well. I just updated the app and now when I open the app it goes to emails but I am unable to open them from the initial screen. I have to go into the menu and click "classic view" in order to open emails.
Meh No Google calendar integration. UI on phones is mediocre at best and they want to charge $20 for this app?! No thanks. I would consider if it was only a few $$ but its not worth 20.
- Fix for Lollipop failures
- Stability fixes
- Fix sluggishness in composing emails
- Shows original message when replying/forwarding
- Redesigned settings screens
- Performance fixes
- Updated to fix connection issues on some devices
- Fixed reply issues with Exchange 2003
- Fixed connection issues with some installations
- Button colors now display correctly on HD version