If you are upgrading from 3.1.2, here is what’s new:
Genymotion Desktop now supports OpenGL ES 3, making it possible to test more advanced 3D code.
The GPS widget now lets you load GPX files and replay them (licensed users only).
It is now possible to disable clipboard sharing between virtual devices and the host operating system.
If you have a touch screen, you can now send proper multitouch events, including gestures like pinch to zoom.
The Player user interface has received a Material facelift, giving it a more modern appearance.
The GPS widget map now uses OpenGL for rendering: maps are now crisper, zoom is smoother, and texts are always correctly oriented.
gmtool admin list,
gmtool admin start and
gmtool admin stop commands no longer require a license, making it possible to use gmtool to build integration with other tools like IDE.
genyshell learned the
-q command line option to avoid printing a banner, making it easier to integrate in scripts.
We updated the bundled version of VirtualBox in the Windows installer to 6.1.14.
We made the Open GApps downloading code more robust.
“gmtool admin stop” would sometimes freeze; this has been fixed.
Some UI elements were blurry on HiDPI displays.
When using an authenticated proxy, changing the proxy username no longer requires restarting Genymotion Desktop.
On macOS, the Finder “Get Info” dialog now correctly displays Genymotion Desktop version.
For beta users
If you are upgrading from 3.2.0 beta 1, this version comes with the following changes:
- We fixed a regression in the GPS widget which made it impossible to type negative coordinates.
- The GPX replay feature now accepts GPX files without altitude or time information.
- On macOS, the overflow menu of the emulator toolbar was not showing keyboard shortcuts anymore. This has been fixed.
- In the device manager: we fixed a regression which caused keyboard shortcuts to do nothing when they were activated the first time.