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DeckFilter

Steam Deck companion app

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DeckFilter v1.6.0 is available now

I’m excited to share the latest update to DeckFilter, version 1.6.0! 🚀

Here’s what’s new:

New Features

  • Floating-Point Numbers in Times to Beat: DeckFilter now supports floating-point numbers for times to beat, providing more accurate filtering. A re-sync is needed to apply this update.
  • New Onboarding Experience: A more streamlined syncing process to help new users get started quickly.
  • New Settings Page: The settings page has been redesigned for easier navigation and a better user experience.

Bug Fixes

  • 0 Games Setup Bug: Fixed the issue where users encountered a 0 games setup bug. No longer needed to restart the app several times. Sorry again for this nasty bug.

Additions from v1.6.1

  • Added order by “Last synced”: Now new games or recently played are shown on top (as the default sorting option)
  • Fixed “not completed only” filter showing unplayed games

You can pick up DeckFilter from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store below:

Floating-Point Numbers in Times to Beat

DeckFilter now supports floating-point numbers for times to beat. This means you can filter completion times with greater precision. To benefit from this feature, a re-sync of your existing data is needed.

New Onboarding Experience

Completely redesigned the onboarding experience with a more streamlined syncing process to make it easier for new users to get started. The new onboarding process guides you through and helps you set up your account quickly and efficiently.

New Settings Page

The settings page has been revamped to offer a more intuitive and user-friendly interface. Navigating and adjusting your settings is now simpler and more straightforward, enhancing overall usability.

Download the latest version to enjoy these improvements and keep your Steam Deck experience smooth and enjoyable!

About Me

Ever since I got my first Game Boy at age 5, I’ve been hooked on gaming. As a longstanding freelance web developer, the Steam Deck inspired me to integrate my profession with my love for games in a new way.