We are proud to present you with WhatPulse 2.3! The new client brings support for more keyboard layouts in the heat map, OS X Mavericks and a ton of other stuff. Stability of the client has also further improved and it should be as solid as a rock on all platforms.
The previous versions of the client only supported the qwerty layout in the keyboard heat map. WhatPulse 2.3 supports multiple keyboard layouts, starting with dvorak and azerty.
OS X Mavericks
The client has now full support for OS X Mavericks. This means no more annoying warning about the security settings!
Since the release of 2.0, the stability of the client has been an issue for some users. Every update since 2.0 has had improvements for those issues, and we're glad to report that 2.3 fix all remaining random stability problems. We've made this the top priority and the beta period has not reported any random crash during the trials! If you are having any random issues, please upgrade to version 2.3.
There have been a lot of other improvements and fixes, for the entire list you can check out the change log below:
As always, you can download this update from our download page, or you can use the updater to get it.