Just yesterday we launched a version for the Google Play Store of EBox application, well, today is the day of bug fix.
Our EBox application is simple and modest. The application is a reflection of our website and will give all users the possibility to read all the articles that are published here.
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In the previous version we fixed the links that direct you directly to the Google Play Store automatically, this time we fixed some bugs from the previous version.
Some users were having problems with the app icon. Instead of our sexy logo, they had a logo based Android apps.
EBox app is free on Google Play Store
Future releases, coming out over the next few weeks, will fix the sharing links on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and Telegram. They will also bring the correction the correction of problems already identified by us.
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