Spot a Stock release notes New feature Update Bug fix Release 1.1.0 - iPhone Jan 22nd, 2021 iPhone added to the app family. Parallel trendlines can be added with tap of a button. 3 month chart zoom added. Faster and more efficient load of stock data. Better use of cache data to increase user experience. Various other stability improvements and fixes to increase your experience. Now, go Spot a Stock! Release 1.0.1 Jun 20th, 2020 You can now add up to 25 stocks in total to the app. This allows you to follow the entire OMXC25 index. The number of custom portfolios you can create has been increased to 3. You can now force a check of new server data by pulling down on the center view, which will cause a refresh action. You no longer need to wait for the search list to load in the portfolio manager. The load is now performed in the background at startup of the App. The search box in the portfolio manager required two taps for activation. This is changed to one. Included a new server load procedure to avoid continues load tries during holidays. Checking the server for new data has now been significantly improved for better performance and reliability. The user messages have been modified to improve clarity. Removed possibility to open right panel when a tile is flipped, this could cause a lock-up. Fixed stock renaming issue in the portfolio manager. Fixed responsiveness in the trendline editor. At times touches were not registered. Fixed issue with trendlines not being visible. It is no longer possible to enter illegal characters and emojis in stock and portfolio names. Fixed a problem with the portfolio manager not being updated when the portfolio was changed on the toolbar. Corrected a button animation problem in the portfolio manager. Fixed the rendering of the charts to avoid doing the rendering twice. Fixed issue with fast repetitive touches. Corrected a situation where portfolio lists were not saved after modifications on the backside of charts. Various other stability improvements and fixes to increase your experience. Now, go Spot a Stock!