--PocketJustice content focuses exclusively on constitutional law cases found in any constitutional law casebook. If your casebook excerpts a U.S. Supreme Court case that is not currently in PocketJustice, alert us with the name of the case and the casebook. We will verify and add it to the roster. --Users can choose between streaming or downloading audio. Streaming provides immediate access to our synchronized audio and transcripts over cellular or WiFi networks. It is robust: You can pause and pick up hours later at the same point in the audio. Downloading allows storage and later playback. We recommend its use over wifi eliminating data charges. --We have improved design and logic, including a brief tutorial to instruct old and new users on the features and functionality in the app. --Users can now create clips and save them in a clip repository. It is simple to create a clip of a single speaker segment, a single speaker turn, or, using the scissors function, create a clip of non-contiguous segments. Clips in the repository can be shared and repurposed in presentations or other projects consistent with our Creative Commons licensing terms. --We have added more cases to the collection from the 2011 Term and from suggestions and recommendations from our users amounting to 650+ abstracts, voting data, and audio+transcripts for cases decided from October 1955 through 2012. As we continue to update the online archive, the app will synchronize content with a restart. This requires that you close the app in the tray and the restart from the home screen. --We have added live searching. Searching begins with the first character and continues as you type, producing instant results.

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