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Download the new Android Beta Client at the Google Play Store today!

After we brought the Android Beta Client to the popular Open Source appstore F-Droid already, we now put it into the Google Play Store too, so more of you can help us testing. The app is free of course, both in license and in price. Also you should notice that this is already the next […]

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OAuth2 with the ownCloud Beta AppAfter we brought the Android Beta Client to the popular Open Source appstore F-Droid already, we now put it into the Google Play Store too, so more of you can help us testing. The app is free of course, both in license and in price.

Also you should notice that this is already the next Beta, as we are approaching a new mobile client release. This is the first version where early adopters can test out our new OAuth2 support! Just install OAuth2 in your ownCloud 10.0 beginning with and try it out.

  • To test the oauth functionality: ssh to your owncloud/apps folder, and clone the oauth repo from above.
  • Then login to your ownCloud Admin Panel go to settings and then to apps
  • Klick the “show deactivated apps button”
  • Klick install oauth2

Then connect the ownCloud beta app to your server: A popup window will be shown on the android client to enter your credentials.

As always secure your ownCloud via https e.g. with https://letsencrypt.org/ .

When you go to your personal settings you will be able to see your connected android device listed. You can revoke the access then for this device specifically.

Please help us by testing the ownCloud android beta app, as always Feedback is warmly welcome. https://github.com/owncloud/android/issues

Update and test to help us at finding the last bugs! With your help we can keep the mobile client working and secure.

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September 8, 2017

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