Tieline Updates Android Report-IT Enterprise App, Supports for Netia Radio-Assist


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Indianapolis - Jun 20, 2013 - Tieline Technology released Report-IT Enterprise v2.0.5 for Android devices, which includes support for audio and metadata ingest into Netia Radio-Assist file management systems.

The release also includes:
■ Full support for the low-delay Opus algorithm.
■ Support for alternate connections in Merlin and Merlin Plus codecs (requires Merlin/Genie firmware 2.4.x or greater).
■ Support for playlists and playback of recordings into live streams.
■ Support for Bluetooth headsets and other features previously only available in iOS version.

New or existing users can download the new app for free from Google Play. Release notes are available at Tieline's website. Tieline has also released a standalone TieServer Console application for Report-IT Enterprise administrators to use when remotely configuring user accounts. Two versions are available; an iOS version is available free from the iTunes App Store and an Android version can be downloaded for free from Google Play.




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