Pocket Informant Update

Pocket Informant icon 2014


Pocket Informant, an all in one calendar and task management app, has been updated to version 4.54.

According to the developer, the following improvements have been made:

• Toodledo Authentication and sync – you may need to sign out and then back in if you experienced and issue before
• Search View Options and performance
• Natural Language Entry now supports “/:” as a parameter for the calendar and we now only need the first few characters of the calendar title as well (2 or more)
• Add to Informant now supports events
• Performance Optimizations
• TextExpander Touch update
• Fixed a long-standing map pin drop problem
• Fixed several issues with our ETA not showing
• Next Action processing in Sequential Projects have been improved
• Completed Tasks now sort at the bottom at all times
• Exporting ICS files now works for iOS Events
• Fixed a crash deleting an event on iOS 7 devices
• Fixed a crash directly editing the date/time from an event viewer
• Updated our selection of Google Calendars to Sync
• Fixed an issue where template locations would get lost
• Fixed All Day Recurring events in the Day View not opening to the correct occurrence
• Some fixes for Dropbox
• When grouping by Completion, we now sort by completion
• Settings reorganization
• Fixed the Task Editor switching location alerts to No Alert
• Fixed editing a notebook sync account
• Converting a checklist to an event now copies the checklist items to the notes field
• Fixed an issue where editing multiple tasks and changing their sync account would not change their children
• Double Tap Day View entry now automatically uses the current filter for tag/calendar defaults
• Fixed editing a Saved Filter that contains both task and event tags
• Location Region/Beacon notifications only alert if the last alert was over 45 seconds ago
• Fixed a bug where creating an event by swiping a contact will create the event twice
• Notes editing now shows the selection buttons properly
• Other bug fixes based on reports from our support and beta teams


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