By default, any images saved by Mimi are saved in /storage/emulated/0/Mimi. When images are saved, the app requests that Android updates the gallery pictures. Sometimes it takes a while for the images to show in the gallery app. I’m looking into ways to fix this issue, but in the meantime I suggest using an app called QuickPic instead of the default gallery app.
This update contains a couple of features people have been requesting. The first is batch downloading. You can activate it by long pressing on a thumbnail in the gallery. After that, just select which ones to you want and then start the download.
The second addition is to get Mimi working on Android 2.3 again. It was removed when I updated to Google’s latest Android SDK. They added a bunch of new material design features, but it also requires more memory and a lot of older phones were crashing. I was able to get the memory usage back down into usable levels, I hope.
- Added batch downloading
- Re-enabled Gingerbread support
- Added links to rate the app and send me feedback from the settings screen
- Fixed a potential crash on startup
- Minor UI tweaks