While the new feature update 4.1 of Priorities App is as good as done, I’ve submitted a new bugfix update with the version number 4.0.1 before the release of the new feature version. This bugfix update fixes some issues with iCloud and optimizes the iCloud performance. Don’t worry if you don’t see your priority lists when you start the app for the first time after installing this update; it takes some time until all iCloud data is updated appropriately. The best is to wait a short time and to restart Priorties App completely afterwards to ensure that all iCloud data is then available again within the app. If you don’t use iCloud, everything works as before.
Today, Apple has released the new bugfix update with the version number 3.0.3 for Priorities App. It fixes an issue with the behavior of the mail form you can use to contact the developer – me :). It also fixes two additional crashes which could appear when exporting your priority results.
Thomas – Developer of Priorities App
Last week I’ve released a little bugfix update for Priorities App with the version number 3.0.2. It fixes an error within the settings which made it impossible to use the contact functions for sending an email or sending a Twitter message to @ThomasSillmann.
The bugfix update is available for free on the iOS App Store.