Yesterday the new big update for Priorities App with the version number 4.1 was finally released on the App Store. It is one of the biggest updates ever and contains a lot of new features and improvements.
When I started developing the new version 4.1 of Priorities App, I thought about all the features I would love to see in this brand new release. And there were two main things I wanted to implement at any cost.
More powerful information for your tasks
First, I wanted a possibility to add more information for tasks created within Priorities App. At least I thought that there should be a way to define a deadline, an estimated time as well as an internal priority. And that’s exactly what I’ve done with the new version 4.1 of Priorities App. Every task can receive information of that kind. And the best of it: You can use those information to optimize the priority order of your tasks by defining which of those described fields are the ones that are most important to you. Is a deadline the value you prioritize most, followed by the internal priority and then your determined priority throughout Priorities App? No problem, set the appropriate order within the settings of Priorities App 4.1 and the app will take care that all your tasks are ordered appropriately.
More functionality on Apple Watch
The second big thing I wanted to see in the next big update of Priorities App was an enhanced support for Apple Watch. This went so far that the Apple Watch now supports all main functions of the iOS app itself; you can create new priority lists and priorities, you can determine your priorities and you can also set the complete new information like deadline, estimated time and internal priority for tasks directly on your wrist thanks to the new Apple Watch support.
The other stuff…
While these were the two main new features for version 4.1 of Priorities App I’ve focused on, there are also a lot of other great new improvements you can use. For example, you have now the possibility to lock the app with your own passcode. You can also use Touch ID to unlock the app simply with your fingerprint. I’ve furthermore optimized the creation of new priority lists as well as priorities and tasks, updated the UI and enhanced the existing FAQs.
Priorities App V4.1 is really a huge release and I hope you’ll enjoy working with it as much as I do. The update is available for free on the App Store and I really love to hear from you about suggestions you have or new features you wish for, just write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll do my best to improve Priorities App further with all the updates yet to come in the future. It’ll be a great time! 🙂
Thomas – Developer of Priorities App