Handheld Contact Updates for Android & IOS

Handheld Contact released two major device updates today, with Android v3.1.7.0 now live at Google Play store, and version 8.3.3 for IOS expected out in the next few days. Changes in the Android release: NEW: Removed "READ_CALL_LOG" and "WRITE_CALL_LOG" permission as per new Google's policy.  As a result of this, the following Handheld Contact features will not work as before or will not work at all:- CallerID will not work (however users can still get caller ID if they export Handheld...

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Have you driven HHC lately?

With two new versions of Handheld Contact scheduled for release this week, thought it fitting to review all the changes we've introduced to the #1 mobile application for Act! over the last 18 months. In June 2017 we started a complete rebuild of Handheld Contact on a new platform.  This was done so we could add many new features which were requested by our Handheld Contact customers.  AS you can see we have added over 20 new featuresThe new features include:Mapping Location Field

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Android Update

A new HHC for Android build v.3.1.6.0 was just released on Google play addressing sound issue while syncing on phones with OS Oreo+ and two other minor bugs.

Three major updates released for HHC

Handheld Contact is pleased to announce three separate releases today - separate builds for both Android and IOS, and an update to our Windows Console, all of which represent the biggest across the board upgrade to our subscription offerings in over a year.These changes are as follows:Handheld Contact Windows Console - version 4.2.5.0Fixed bug affecting French users who were unable to open the application after some Windows updatesFixed bug with validation of selected history typesFixed bug...

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Critical Act! Licensing Update

As a Handheld Contact subscriber, we have some very important information to share with you which will affect your ability to continue to use Act! in the future.A few weeks ago, we received notice from Swiftpage that an embedded third party licensing service that has worked within Act! since 2005 will cease to operate after December 31st, 2018. The company that owns this service, named “protexis”, has decided to shut down their activation servers on this date, and have advised their...

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