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We’re very proud to announce that ListPro® for iPhone has been updated to support iOS 8 along with the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices.
People use ListPro for everything from grocery and trip packing lists, to tracking medical information — our List Exchange shows the variety of areas people use the product for. One thing we hear consistently though is that people want to make full use of the available screen space for their lists, and the defaults just weren’t cutting it on the new larger devices. Given that feedback, we retooled the new 5.2 version to take advantage of all the additional space on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and added images in high resolution to make ListPro really shine in the larger sizes too.
We also spent some time fixing the couple of nagging bugs that were reported, as well as beefing up ways to share list files via email and AirDrop.
ListPro 5.2 for iPhone runs on iOS 8 devices, including the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. This update is free for all users who already own a license of ListPro version 5 for iPhone on compatible devices, and is delivered by the on-device App Store. Get all the info about ListPro here on our site.
Thanks for using ListPro, and as always, please keep the great feedback coming!
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eWallet® 8.0.1 for iOS (iPad, iPhone and iPod touch) is now in the App Store. This update includes some fixes as well as additional support for iOS 8. We slipped a new feature into the release too — several people have asked for a a direct way to move their eWallet GO! data to eWallet, and this version adds that ability directly on the iOS device.
eWallet for iOS runs on iOS 6, 7 and 8 and on most devices, including the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. This update is free for all users who already own a license of eWallet version 8 for iOS on compatible devices, and is delivered by the on-device App Store. Get all the info about eWallet here on our site.
As always, please keep the great feedback coming!
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You may have heard about Microsoft’s announcement regarding the upcoming Windows 10 (they’re apparently skipping version 9). Once again, Scott Hanselman has put together a short video (less than 8 minutes), this time covering the major features of the technical preview. The improved Start Menu and better integration between full screen apps and the desktop look like a very positive step forward.
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We’re very proud to announce that eWallet’s SyncPro® engine now includes support for syncing to the cloud. What does this mean? With version 8 of eWallet for iOS and eWallet for Windows PC (desktop) you now have an additional way to sync and backup that makes use of cloud services, and doesn’t require a direct connection between devices. With cloud syncing you consider the wallet in the cloud to be the master, and then you can sync multiple devices (desktops, laptops, iPhones, iPads, iPod touches) to that master wallet.
Does this mean you now have to use cloud sync? No, not at all. Cloud syncing is an additional feature — we still offer the direct sync methods as well if you don’t want to store your wallet in the cloud. Ok, fine, but what about the Mac and Android versions? We plan to add cloud sync services to those platforms as well, and although we can’t say when they will be ready, we are already working on them.
A lot of other work went into these releases as well. The iOS version got improved iOS 7 support for both iPhones and iPads, and the existing iCloud support was upgraded to use our SyncPro engine for card level syncing. The iOS version now gives you the choice of using iCloud or Dropbox for syncing and backup. The PC version has a new Sync Manager to keep all sync related activities, including setting up a new sync location and changing sync settings, in one easy to access place within eWallet. We also added a new Security Manager so all security settings are available from one place. The UI was also updated in several places to make tasks easier to get to, and information easier to read.
A special thank you to our beta testing team, we got some wonderful feedback and incorporated much of it in the final versions. If you’re interested in participating in a future beta, or have any questions or comments about the release, please contact us!
eWallet 8 for iOS runs on iOS 6 and iOS 7. This update is free for all users who already own a license of eWallet version 7 for iOS on compatible devices, and is delivered by Apple’s on-device App Store. Get all the info about eWallet for iOS here on our site.
eWallet 8 for Windows PC runs on all versions of Windows 7, and runs on Windows 8 and 8.1 in Desktop mode. This update is free for all users who already own a license of eWallet for Windows PC (desktop), version 7; you can download or upgrade to the latest Windows PC version from our site (you do not need new registration codes). If you have version 7.5 or later with automatic updates turned on, you’ll get prompted to update to the latest version (you can press “Check for Updates” in the About screen too). Get all the info about eWallet (including access to a 30-day trial version) here on our site.
eWallet and SyncPro are registered trademarks of Ilium Software, Inc.
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More and more people are living their digital lives entirely out of their mobile devices, but the convenience of keeping your data with you may also be keeping all of your eggs in one basket.
Each mobile device is unique and the information you keep on a device is often just as unique as the files and documents you might keep on a computer. So like a computer, you should always take steps to preserve and backup any of the important information you save on your mobile devices.
Backing up everything on iOS devices can be as easy as making a full device backup using iCloud or iTunes on your computer. For Android, connecting your device to the computer can let you pick and choose the important data you’d like to copy as a backup.
No matter what type of device you’re using, it’s very important to make sure you are in control of your system. A reputable anti-virus application can be a good thing to add to your device, but as with any apps you install, your own research and caution is the best defense against malware.
Being in control of your system is even more imperative if you plan on using any kind of memory/file cleaning app for your mobile devices. Because “cleanup” type apps are specifically designed to delete information, they should be used with caution. If possible, set cleaner apps to ignore your most used programs and always double-check the information that the cleaner wants to delete before allowing it to clean. (Remember those backups?)
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