A new version of the Plant Base for Android (1.37) has been released today and also it’s related data support app (1.04). They are available via Google Play or by direct download from the website for those users who are authorised.
I am happy to report that the current version of Plant Base for Android, 1.35, has now been successfully tested under Android 9 Pie. Using a brand new Motorola Moto G7 Power, Plant Base installed and runs with no issues whatsoever.
An updated version of the Android app was recently published on Google Play.
This version has some significant changes that bring it up to date with latest requirements for the Google Play store. The app should successfully run on Android 8 (Oreo) or later, but also remains compatible with older versions of Android.
Plant Base for Android in now available on Google Play.
To accompany the main app, a simple and free Data File Support app has also been released. This provides three file maintenance functions that are not included in the main app. A first essential for new users who do not run the PC or Mac editions is the database file download, which will install the database onto the device ready for the main app to run. So the entire install can be done on the device, without the need for a PC or Mac. The Data Support app also has an Import function that will be useful when there is an updated database release. There is also a database compact function, which may be good for some people.