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Hill Lists 5.0.1 now available

September 30, 2016 Comments off

hlicon57 Fixed a crash to do with the multiple rounds feature.

Only a few users reported this as it was a bit of a corner case, specifically where your 2nd (or subsequent) rounds had no ascents.

Apologies for missing this in testing.

Hill Lists 5.0 now available

September 23, 2016 Comments off

hlicon57 Updated to version 15.3 of the Database of British and Irish Hills (DoBIH), most significantly promoting Cnoc Coinnich from a Graham to a Corbett, and Calf Top from a Dewey to a Nuttall and Hewitt.

Added an option to view all unclimbed hills in multiple lists on a map.

Added a setting to automatically keep your tracked lists sorted by name or by decreasing percentage complete.

Added support for AirDrop, a far easier way to share backup files between devices. This has replaced the old (and clunky) built in web server.

Major simplification of the backup process, its settings and its description in the user guide.

Cleanup of the other application settings.

Meter Readings 5.0 now available

September 22, 2016 Comments off

mricon57 Added support for AirDrop, a far easier way to share backup files between devices. This has replaced the old (and clunky) built in web server.

Major simplification of the backup process, its settings and its description in the user guide.

Cleanup of the other application settings.

Please backup your data before upgrading to iOS 10!

September 13, 2016 Comments off

ios10 iOS 10 looks to be a nice update for users with compatible devices. Based on my own limited testing, my apps seem to be fine, with noticeable speed improvements on my iPhone 6s and iPad Air. 🙂

Before you go ahead and update your entire operating system(!), clearly you need to back up your data. You can use iTunes backups for this, e.g, to iCloud, but I wouldn’t rely on this completely.

Each of my apps support backups – see this post for full details. And remember to export your backup off your device!

Then sit back, upgrade and enjoy iOS 10!