Last week, the next big update for Priorities App was officially published on the iOS App Store: Priorities App 4.0 is finally available and takes Priorities App to the next level. Among several bugfixes and performance improvements, Priorities App 4.0 includes two great new features: iCloud support and Apple Watch support.
Synchronize your priorities between all your devices
Priorities App 4.0 includes support for Apples own cloud service called iCloud. It allows you to synchronize all your priority lists and priorities between all your iOS devices. Just activate the appropriate iCloud setting in the overall settings of the app to use this service. It’s that easy as it is powerful as well.
Check your todos right on your Apple Watch
The Apple Watch will be available next Friday, on April 24th. Priorities App already contains support for Apples new high-tech gadget and allows you to easily access all your todo lists and your appropriate todos. You can also checkmark your todos to keep track on what’s already done and on what you’ve still to work. You can find an appropriate video of the Apple Watch support for Priorities App on YouTube and Vimeo:
The Apple Watch support currently only allows access to your todo lists, so you won’t see your priority lists on your Apple Watch. For that reason, you can use Priorities App on your Apple Watch to check all your tasks and work on them. But this is only the current status. There’ll be great updates in the future to support Apple Watch further.
In the next weeks I’ll plan the next big steps and updates for Priorities App. I’ve a lot of ideas and I can’t wait to show you all the great stuff you’ll do with Priorities App in the future. Stay tuned, there’s a lot of great new stuff to come!
For now, enjoy the current version 4.0 of Priorities App and the new features it brought to you.
Thomas – Developer of Priorities App