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Check out #Packt’s amazing Buy One, Get One Free offer bit.ly/1j26nPN #Packt2k
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When I click the sync button I don't get any errors but stats aren't updated. Is it only me or anyone else has the same issue?
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+Andrzej Karel Updates are posted here when available, and you can always check Github for the latest source code.
There is absolutely no point in writing anything in the Google Play description, people either don't read it or complain anyway. It has been said in the comments that there is a fix in the alpha channel (multiple times) and very few people bothered to read that either. 
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Did you know that the color orange was named after the fruit? This and many...
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I won candy on the #googlebirthday doodle! Score: 134
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The latest version is fully compatible with Android ART.

The issue was caused by this bug in orm library the app uses: https://github.com/satyan/sugar/issues/71
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Has any of you experienced boot loop on 4.3 when applying a profile?
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Yes, updated to 1.4.1 in the evening. No reboots since.
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Have you seen OpenPop ?
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Yes, I took a look at it before I wrote this blog post. It's one of the "better" ones (at least their String.Split() helper tries to consider quoted values in their Content-Type and Content-Disposition parsers), but it was still based on ReadLine(), String.Split(), and Regex. The date parser, for example, runs half a dozen or more regexes on the date header and then does about 20 or 30 String.Replace()s to convert alphabetic timezones into numeric timezones before finally just passing the string to DateTime.Parse(). That is just horrifically inefficient, and worse, that same sort of technique is used all over the place in their header parsers.

I decided to open up their Rfc822MailAddress source code and take a look at their parser. Ouch. It is based on String.IndexOf ('<'). What if the '<' appears within a quoted string? Oops, their parser won't handle that. What if the email address isn't an angle-addr token at all? What if it is just a plain addr-spec? This code deserves a twitter Fail Whale.
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Has any of you upgraded to Android 4.3 ? If so does the app work well?
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Notifications Off is a useful utility for controlling application notificat...
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