Zoph 0.9.5 released
I have just published v0.9.5 of Zoph to the GitHub site.
Zoph now uses Leaflet for mapping, instead of the abandonned Mapstraction library. You can now choose between Google Maps and OpenStreetMaps as your mapping provider and I've also added MapBox, which uses OpenStreetMap, but has a lot of possiblities to alter the looks of the maps. You will have to request a (free) API code with MapBox if you want to use the advanced features. For the basic features you can use Zoph's (preconfigured) API code.
Another new feature is the ability to choose access permissions from the album edit screen instead of the group edit screen. This makes it possible to add an album and then immediately assign rights to it, instead of having to go through all the different groups one by one to give them rights. This will be a huge timesaver for anyone who uses the album permissions feature.
Lots of other changes have been made, mostly in the background. For more details, see the changelog.
To download Zoph, please go to the download page on Github.