App / Feature Updates

Tapatalk Goes Classic – Introducing Tapatalk 5

5 is a great number. 5-star hotels, 5.0-liter Mustangs, and now Tapatalk 5.0. Here are 5 highlights we think you’ll appreciate: New forum nav slide bar: It is now much easier to navigate back and forth from different sections in Forum Home view – you can now tap the icon at the top-right to open […]

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Community Chat with Tapatalk and CometChat

Many communities use chat as a way to engage members, and CometChat has been a leader in providing chat platforms to forums. We having been working with CometChat to extend Chat for members to seamlessly get in touch–whether they are on desktop, mobile or Tapatalk. Benefits to you Strengthen community bonds by increasing interaction among members […]

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Android Upgraded and Updated

With our iOS update complete, we’re following up with a new release for our Android users. After hearing and listening to feedback from users, partners, testers, friends, family and pets, we are excited to announce 4 key features on the latest Tapatalk release! 1) Improved Navigation: We’ve added clear, prominent buttons so that you can […]

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Preview of iOS 4.0

We’re working hard to make Tapatalk the best way to stay connected to your forums. After listening to your feedback, we’ve made plenty of improvements and think you’re going to love Tapatalk 4.0 for iOS. Here’s a few of the key features that will be in this release: Improved Notifications Tab We improved your Notifications […]

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Changes to Login with Google+ for iOS Users

For Tapatalkers that use your Google Account to login to Tapatalk, we wanted to provide you advance notice of changes to the Tapatalk login process. As app updates are submitted to the App Store, Apple is requiring that apps open without jumping to a mobile browser. This impacts all users and apps that use their […]

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Google Search Results On Android

On 16, April, 2015, Google announced that they may prompt users to install mobile apps that feature content relevant to their search query. You can find the post Google Webmaster Post here. This only impacts searches on Android, but Rajan Patel, a Google principal engineer on the team responsible for this project, was quoted as […]

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