Priorities App 4.0 is now available for a few weeks, also the Apple Watch is officially landed and already in the hands of thousands of happy customers (including me 🙂 ). This is the perfect moment for me to give you a first look into the current progress of the next big update for Priorities App which I plan to release in May. It will be a massive new version with tons of new features which really put Priorities App on a great new level. Come over here and take a look!
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.
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.
The headline says it all: The new version 4.0 of Priorities App – which is currently under development – will support Apple Watch, so you’ll be able to manage the projects and tasks you’ve created within Priorities App directly on your Apple Watch. You can see how this currently works and looks like in a first exclusive preview video of Priorities App 4.0 from the developer himself – me 🙂 . This video gives you an overview of the look and feel of the Apple Watch version of Priorities App and shows the features and functions you can use. You find the video on Vimeo as well as on YouTube.
Priorities App 4.0 will be released as a free update. The Apple Watch version is part of the iOS app, so as soon as you have an Apple Watch you can directly use Priorities App on it.
I’ll present more new features of version 4.0 within the next weeks and I’m looking forward to see what you guys think about this new features and improvements of Priorities App.
Thomas – Developer of Priorities App