Emergency Chat for Windows 1.2 and 2.1 released

The second update to Emergency Chat for Windows is now available on the Microsoft Store!

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This is an architectural (read: behind-the-scenes) update that should not negatively impact performance or reliability on Windows Phone 8.1. On Windows 10, a few user-facing improvements accompany the architectural changes:

That blog post I promised in the previous update will be rolled into the one I’m planning that’s accompanying this update, as they both pertain to the UWP development process (for the developers, don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten about my question on Software Engineering!). In the meantime, if Emergency Chat has helped you during a time of need, or if there’s something that you think can be improved, we’d love to hear from you! Please rate and review our app (you can do this from within the app by going to Settings > About, or if you’re reading this on Windows 10 you can use this handy direct link!).

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Things to keep in mind: