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What's New

To make it easier for you to discover what's new with the SDK, this topic contains information about new features in recent updates and where to find more information about them.


 

PushIO SDK 6.39.0

PushIO SDK 6.39.0 will be available from the download page. This SDK release supports Oracle Responsys 18D features. We recommend that customers use the latest SDK version, but there is no need to upgrade if the SDK updates are not applicable for your mobile app.

For details about obtaining and using the latest SDK version, see the Upgrade Guide sections for your platform:


 

PushIO SDK 6.38.0

PushIO SDK 6.38.0 will be available from the download page. This SDK release supports Oracle Responsys 18C features. We recommend that customers use the latest SDK version, but there is no need to upgrade if the SDK updates are not applicable for your mobile app.

For details about obtaining and using the latest SDK version, see the Upgrade Guide sections for your platform:


 

PushIO SDK 6.37.0

PushIO SDK 6.37.0 will be available from the download page. This SDK release supports Oracle Responsys 18B features. We recommend that customers use the latest SDK version, but there is no need to upgrade if the SDK updates are not applicable for your mobile app.

For details about obtaining and using the latest SDK version, see the Upgrade Guide sections for your platform:


 

PushIO SDK 6.35.0

PushIO SDK 6.35.0 is available from the download page. This SDK release supports Oracle Responsys 18A features. We recommend that customers use the latest SDK version, but there is no need to upgrade if the SDK updates are not applicable for your mobile app.

For details about obtaining and using the latest SDK version, see the Upgrade Guide sections for your platform:

NOTE: Although the Oracle Responsys product has adopted a new naming convention for its quarterly product updates, the SDK versions will retain the 6.x numbering system. However, the PushIO SDK version may skip numbers in its version naming sequence. For example, the SDK version moved from 6.33.0 to 6.35.0 in 18A, and it is 6.37.0 in 18B.