What is beta and why I need to use it?
Beta version is an early version of a program or application that contains most of the major features, but is not yet complete. These versions are released to the general public, for testing and feedback.
Why should I use the beta version?
The beta version is a newer version of the program, and therefore includes all the innovations that will be released with a stable version. Also, if you use the beta version and report bugs, you help the developer to make the program better. If you do not need new functionality, then you can wait for the stable release.
Currently, the latest beta was moved to release candidate state and next changes will be directed to fixing bugs in the current state.
Release Candidate version is the most stable version of the program. It fixed all detected critical errors, but there may be non-critical errors, which should not make it difficult for users to work with application.
Minimal supported version is Windows XP Service Pack 3.
Minimal supported version is Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
Runnig on Linux Mint and Ubuntu MATE
If application is not running on your Linux distributive, just install libxcb-xinerama0: sudo apt-get install libxcb-xinerama0
Work with diacritical symbols in Elementary OS
To solve problem of entering diacritical symbols for characters (ã, á, â, à etc.) you need:
1. Open terminal and install ibus-qt4 package: sudo apt install ibus-qt4
2. Go To System Settings - Applications - Startup and add command for starting up ibus service with system start. Press plus and enter: ibus-daemon -drx
3. Restart system and now it should work well!
Mobile versions of the program are paid, in contrast to the desktop versions. And they are distributed only through application stores of the corresponding operating systems.
Minimal supported version is Android 4.4 KitKat.
Minimal supported version is iOS 9.0. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch..