Brand new, Redesigned Activity Feed Comes to Untappd in Latest Update
Vincent Messina | On 06, Feb 2013
If you enjoy beer, discovering new beer, socializing with those who enjoy beer, finding new places that serve beer, beer, beer, beer, — you get the point — then you’ve probably heard of Untappd. Untappd is the social discovery and check-in network for beer connoisseurs, and it has just recently been updated to version 2.2.
In version 2.2, users will enjoy a whole host of new features and bug fixes, including:
- Brand new, redesign activity feeds! Includes rating, earned badges and toasting in line as well as bigger photos!
- Search and Sort your Distinct Beers! Find out which one you rated the the highest!
- You can now give beers half-star ratings on Checkin, using our new slider!
- Upload an Avatar right from the app, in your “Profile” tab.
- Re-rate your existing beers!
- Fixes issue with Friend List not updating
- Various other bug fixes
If you’ve been enjoying Untappd or thinking about checking it out, you’ll want to grab the latest version by following the Play link found below.
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