Hachidori 3.2 and Shukofukurou for iOS/iPadOS 2.0 Beta and macOS is now Available
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While Kineta will make an announcement soon about the MyAnimeList API is now in the open beta phase, as of October 1st, we are able to release beta versions of Hachidori 3.2 and Shukofukurou for iOS/iPadOS 2.0 Beta. While they are mostly stable, there may be some bugs that needs to be fixed. If you encounter them, please create an issue on Github.
Hachidori - https://github.com/Atelier-Shiori/hachidori/issues
Shukofukurou for iOS/iPadOS - https://github.com/Atelier-Shiori/Shukofukurou-iOS/issues
Shukofukurou for macOS - https://github.com/Atelier-Shiori/Shukofukurou/issues
To download the beta, the links are below:
Hachidori - https://github.com/Atelier-Shiori/hachidori/releases/download/3.2-beta2/hachidori-3.2-beta2.dmg
Shukofukurou for iOS/iPadOS - The beta is on TestFlight, which is restricted to active patrons and users who already downloaded the app from the App Store. You can become a patron here. See the post here to request an invite to TestFlight.
Shukofukurou for macOS - https://github.com/Atelier-Shiori/Shukofukurou/releases/download/3.4-alpha2/shukofukurou-3.4-alpha2.dmg
If you downloaded the app to the app store, you can do the following: Send a screenshot of the purchased list that lists Shukofukurou to email@example.com or PM me along with your email address. The email address is important so you can receive your TestFlight invite. The TestFlight for users who downloaded the app from the App Store will only be valid for 2.0 beta and not future versions.
If you have a donation key for MAL Updater OS X, you may use it to unlock features for Hachidori without needing to obtain another donation key. Download 2.3.17 and register with your old donation key. Show the about dialog and you should see the new key you can use to register Hachidori.
Modified by chikorita157, Oct 22, 2019 9:53 AM
Sukofukurou for iOS/iPadOS is now available on TestFlight. I am opening up the 2.0 beta for users who downloaded the app from the App Store. Beta testing for those users will be limited to 2.0 beta and will not include future beta versions after 2.0. See first post for details.
Shukofukurou for macOS with MyAnimeList support is now available for testing. You can download the alpha release here. It will run seperately from the stable version.
Users who already downloaded the first alpha only needs to perform an update to the next version.
The stable release of Hachidori 3.2 is now live.
Shukofukurou for macOS is the next on the list to be completed. The beta should be out sometime in February.