Release Notes: The previous versions triggered a bug on HTC’s 2.1-update1 for Hero phones: when selecting a contact for lending, you would only see weird numbers and no contact names. A bug was fixed where items you scanned or searched for might rarely be added to your database whether you wanted to or not. A crash was fixed on Android versions 2.1 and 2.2 when attempting to search within PackRat via the hardware search button. Minor compatibility fixes for Android 2.2 were made. Rare crashes were fixed.
Release Notes: Moving items wishlist now clears the loanee and due date. Rare crashes were fixed.
Release Notes: Result parsing was improved, which should result in the application finding more results for scans. Item type recognition was improved. A number of crashers and force closes were fixed.
Release Notes: The Chinese localization has been removed. A critical bug has been fixed: “locked” shelves, including smart shelves, were editable (and shouldn’t have been). Once changed, the shelves were converted to regular shelves. This update restores the smart shelves. It also fixes a number of rarer force close/crash bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where you could not add items from a shelf view.
Release Notes: Many fixes were made for force close/crash scenarios. Slight improvements were made in the item type recognition code.
Release Notes: The loan list: keeps track of who you lent stuff to, and lets PackRat remind you when they’re due to be returned. An option to store images on an SD card, and to store them permanently if desired. Improved search results. Freeform notes for items in your library. Crash reports are now sent to a server, meaning bugs should be detected and fixed more easily. Many user interface tweaks and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash which occurred when retrieving the results for some book searches.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash in the search results picker caused by malformed URLs. It also adds Chinese translations.
Release Notes: Support for Android 1.5 was dropped. Some of the fixes and enhancements in this release are incompatible with 1.5. Support was added for scanning on QVGA devices (such as the Tattoo) and WVGA devices (such as the Droid/Milestone). Support was added for Android 1.6’s Quick Search Box, which allows you to search for your media from the Desktop’s search bar. Image caching is smarter, resulting in less bandwidth usage. ZXing was upgraded to 1.4. Various small fixes were made.