The following California and New York 2015 updates for iOS are now available in the app store. 2015 updates for Android will be available shortly.
Unlike previous years, if you own one of our 2014 releases you can upgrade your statutes to 2015 directly in the app via an in app purchase. Your current settings and bookmarks will be unaffected. If you have one of our 2013 or older releases, getting the 2015 release will require a new purchase.
Apple just approved four of our updates for 2015. Other updates are in the review queue awaiting approval. Unlike previous years, rather than needing to purchase a new app, you can now upgrade the statutes directly within the app via an in-app purchase. You will be able to keep all of your previous settings and bookmarks.
Users who initially purchased a version 15.x release of one of these apps will receive the updated statutes for free. Users who purchased a 2014 release of the app can upgrade their statutes to 2015 via an in-app purchase at a discounted price.
The apps just approved by apple are listed below:
Our Fix for the problems caused by our January 5th update was just approved and released by Apple. If you installed the January 5th update and have been experiencing problems, please check for the new update to release 15.10.
Please be aware that it can take a couple of hours for the update to become available in the App Store.
Our January 5th, 2015 updates have a problem that is causing four of our apps to either crash or otherwise be unable to display pages of the code. On January 6th we released a fix to Apple and requested an expedited review. The fixed updates will be available as soon as Apple completes their review process and releases our new updates.
The four affected apps are:
- NY Civil Practice Law & Rules (NY CPLR)
- NY Criminal Procedure Law
- NY Vehicle and Traffic Law
- CA Health & Safety Code
If you have not yet updated, please skip the 15.0 updates for these apps that came out on January 5th. No other apps were affected, and the problem will be resolved as soon as Apple approves and releases our fix.
We apologize for any inconvenience this problem has caused.