today we are very glad to say that the new version of the ownCloud Android app is here.
The new 2.5.0 app includes awesome stuff, such as
OAuth2 support, show file listing option (a.k.a. anonymous upload) for public links (OC X required in your server) so that people can upload files to the folder you're sharing without knowing about them while you will be able to see all the content of the folder.
Besides, we have taken into account your feedback and included a
first approach to fix the instant uploads, which work will be resumed in the next releases.
And last but not least,
UI improvements such as hiding share icon when resharing is forbidden and improving feedback when uploading infected files, and bug fixing.
Available for download in Google Play Store:
Welcome to the ownCloud Android App – Add an ownCloud server, and have your private file sync and share cloud up and running in no time.Do you need private file sync and share software? Then good news, because the ownCloud Android App enables you to connect Android devices to a private ownCloud Server running in your data center. ownCloud is open source file sync and share software for everyone from individuals operating the free ownCloud server, to large enterprises and service providers opera...
The workaround app for Jelly Bean has been also updated in Google Play Store, for those that still need it:
ownCloud Jelly Bean Workaround
If your ownCloud login data is removed after rebooting the device, please install this app. This is a helper app to resolve a known bug in Android 4 devices affecting apps and associated user account data, leading to account credential deletion on restart of the device. See Android issue 34880 (href=http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=34880) for details.This workaround app requires ownCloud 1.3.19 or higher, it will not work without the ownCloud app installed. Be sure that you have...