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- Search courses.
You can now search the list of courses to see if someone has already
added course information to Golf Target GPS. Also, adding course
information has been improved. Now, you can type the name of the
course and touch a search button and the app will scan Apple’s
Points of Interest data. If a match is found, the course address, phone
number, and website are added to Golf Target GPS.
- Course Info Convenience Buttons.
There are now buttons next to the course information that provide useful
functions. You can tap on the ? button to bring up driving directions
to the course. The ? button lets you call the course and the ? button
shows the course web site in Safari.
- Add Tee Button.
A button has been added to the toolbar at the bottom of the new round scene
that lets you add tee information if the tees for the course don’t include
the one you are playing; e.g. you are playing from the blues, but only the
whites have been configured.
- Golf Course Country Name Saved.
Previously, when viewing the information about a course, the country was
always set to USA. Now, you can specify other countries in that field.
- Addressed Crash Starting a New Round.
If you started a new round on a course that had no tee boxes configured,
the app would crash. Now it asks you if you want to create a score card
for that tee box.
- Fixed a Crash Marking Tee Box on Map.
If you changed the hole number when marking a tee box location, the
app would crash when you returned to the map scene.
- Fixed a Crash Marking a Target on Map.
If you tried to create a target on the map before starting a new round,
the app would crash.
- Not Adding Player.
When you launched the app for the first time, it asks you to add yourself
to the list of players; your information wasn’t saved after you added
- Changing Tee Selection.
If you started a round and used the edit score card feature to change
the tees being used from say Red to White, the score card was updated
however the tee box markers were not updated on the map.
- Distance to Course.
If the distance to a course changed, that information wasn’t reflected
on the list of courses unless you exited the page and returned.
- Stroke Information from Watch.
By default, if you recorded stroke information using your Apple Watch,
the distances weren’t applied to the club statistics; you had to manually
checkmark the stroke in the club statistics scene to include it. Now
strokes from the watch behave like those recorded from the phone and
are included in the statistics.
- Score Card on Watch.
You can now view your score card from your Apple Watch. A button at the bottom of the main watch scene lets you view your score card on the watch. If you are keeping score for multiple players, you can swipe right or left on the score card scene to view other players’ scores. If you tap on a score, the enter score scene is shown, allowing you to edit the strokes, putts, and penalties for that hole.
- Crash Creating Targets.
Golf Target GPS sometimes crashed when creating target points.
- Scorecard Cleared if Watch App Restarted.
If you force quit Golf Target GPS on the Apple Watch and relaunched it, all the scores on the scorecard would be erased.
- Target Points not Deleted.
If you deleted a saved target point (by tapping the bullseye pin, then tapping the (I) info button for the shot, then tapping the trash can at the bottom of the scene), the the target point wasn’t completely deleted. If you played another round, that target point would reappear.
You can now scan barcodes instead of typing the name of shopping list
items. When you scan a barcode, ShopIt queries a public community based
database containing 1.9 million codes for the name and notes of an item.
If the item has been added by someone, ShopIt fills in the item name and
notes for you. If the item is new, you are given the opportunity to
contribute the information to help others in the community.
- Editing Quantity on Watch.
If you edited the purchase quantity using the watch, the quantity was changed internally, but the number displayed on the watch was still the old value.
- Purchased Items not Hidden on Watch.
If you tapped an item on the watch while shopping and you have Hide ✔️ enabled, the item wouldn’t disappear as quickly as it should have.
- Cut, Copy, & Paste.
If you selected multiple items to Cut from a list only the first item was removed and if you Pasted multiple items, only the first was added.
Also, the clipboard wasn’t being cleared before Cutting or Copying items, so it would continue to accumulate items.
- List and Group Order.
You can now order your lists and groups. In previous versions groups and lists were always organized in alphabetical order. Now you can tap Edit to rearrange the order of your lists or groups.
- New Shopping Lists.
If you create a new shopping list and new item, the app would crash. If you added an item to an existing shopping list that you had previously used for shopping, everything was ok. The crash occured if no previous shopping plans existed.
- Cut, copy, & paste.
Selecting Cut, Copy & Paste from the edit menu would cause the app to crash.
- Apple Watch Performance.
Viewing a list on the watch now occur almost immediately when you select the list. In the prior release it could take a few seconds for the list to be displayed. The engine used to sync the phone to the watch has also been improved.
- Shared Shopping Lists.
If you and a friend were sharing a shopping list and each of you independently created a shopping plan, after syncing only the last plan created would be visible; the first plan would be hidden until you finished shopping then it would reappear. Now, ShopIt detects multiple active shopping plans and merges them after a sync.
- Item Order.
Sometimes the item order in a list would not be handled correctly; this was fixed in this release.
- Apple Watch Support.
When you install Pilot cList on your Apple Watch, your phone synchronizes your checklists with your watch making performing those repetitive task even easier. You can leave your phone in your pocket and breeze through your task list checking off items as you complete them. Pilot cList hides checked items so at a glance you can see what’s the next task to complete.
- Task List Counts.
The main lists scene shows a checkmark with the number of items completed and total items on the task list. This change lets you see what lists have unfinished tasks.
- Add button moved.
Previously, on the edit lists page, the Add button was next to the <Back button at the top left corner of the page. Now Add is on the top right of the page when you are creating a new list and becomes Edit after you’ve created the list. You must tap Add to create the list before any other functions on the screen are activated.
- No more double tap.
We thought accidently tapping a sublist and having the app checkmark or clear all the items under the list could be an inconvienence (particularly if you’ve been packing all day for a trip and accidently marked all the items in the suitcase list when you know the task was only 3/4 finished), so we required you to double tap a sublist line to change all the items contained in that sublist. Now, Pilot cList notes what items are checked and if you tapped the sublist line accidently, you can tap it a second time to restore the item checkmarks thier previous condition.
If you want to clear the checkmarks for a sublist, you can swipe it to the right; this will clear the checkmarks for that sublist. If you swipe a second time, it restores the checkmarks. If you swipe a task line, the app remembers if it was checkmarked. Swiping the task a second time restores it back to its previous state.
One final tweak in this area, crossed out items are no longer counted as completed nor are they included in the total number of items on the list.
- Import old lists.
The website now provides a mechanism to import your old lists formatted as text files into Pilot cList. Go to the website to see details on this feature. If your checklists are saved in spreadsheets and would like the import function to be able to read CSV files, send us an email and we’ll add that feature.
- Checkmark counts weren’t displayed on the title line when you first select a list. You had to checkmark an item to get them to display. Now they appear all the time.
- Apple Watch Support.
When you install ShopIt on your Apple Watch, your phone synchronizes your shopping and to-do lists with your watch making shopping even easier. You can leave your phone in your pocket and breeze through the store checking off items as they go in your cart. ShopIt hides checked items so at a glance you can see what’s next to buy.
- Shopping List Cart Count.
The main shopping lists scene shows a shopping bag with the number of items planned for purchase. This feature, at a glance, lets you see what lists have unpurchased items.
- Default To Do Category.
The default category for to-do items is now ‘Miscellaneous’; which makes more sense than ‘Somewhere’.
- Long Item Names.
Long item names are handled better when you turn the phone to landscape mode and on wide screen displays like the iPad.
- Empty Lists.
If you manually uncheck all the items from a shopping plan, the app would leave the shopping cart tool bar button visible; using Edit and Clear all ✔️ would clear the cart button. Now when you uncheck the last item, the cart button disappears as expected.
- To Do Lists.
Everyone loves adding tasks to someone else’s to-do list. ShopIt expands it’s strength in list sharing by providing To-Do Lists. Now you can create that ‘honey do list’ and share it with a special someone, create as many task lists for others or personal task lists to organize your to-do’s. ShopIt notifications make it easy to keep abreast of new and changing tasks and progress on assignments you have delegated.
- New Interface.
This latest version includes a streamlined interface that shows list items as soon as the list is selected and provides toolbar buttons for secondary features. There are now buttons for shopping, managing categories, sharing lists, and viewing shopping history.
- Wish List Improvements.
Previously, shared wishlists were displayed with the owner’s full name as well as the list name. Now the app displays just the owner’s first name (if it is unique) and the list name.
In version 1.4, you had to select a wish item to see if a friend had already purchased it. Now wish items are grayed out if the item has been purchased.
- Editing improvements.
The Edit menu button now brings up a dialogue box letting you select between delete and reorder items, cut/copy/paste items, select all items, or clear all checkmarks.
Cut, copy, & paste has been expanded to work for all types of lists. You can even copy and paste items from different list types.
- Fixed a crash when syncing included a list type not supported by current version.
- Fixed crash if trying to email a sharing invite without first creating the invitation. Now ShopIt automatically creates sharing invite if you tap the sharing button without creating an invite.
- Fixed a bug where a wish item posted by another app wasn’t displayed when you finished editing a different item and returned to the wishlist.
- If an item name was extremely long, it would be displayed, but in a font too small to read. Now long names are handled more intelligently.
- Posting items to your wishlists.
ShopIt now allows you to add items to your wishlists from other apps. You can browse your favorite shopping sites using Safari and when you see an item you like, tap the app’s share button to bring up the ShopIt sharing extension. From the extension, you can choose to post the item to an existing wishlist or create a new list and save it there. After you post the item, you’re still at the site to keep shopping and posting more items. When you launch ShopIt all your items will be on your wishlists. You can post items from from any app that shares web links using their share button.
- How-To video.
There’s now a How-To video showing the shopping list features of ShopIt. To view the video tap the ? button (About) on the top screen, then select Help on the About screen. The link to the video is at the bottom of the page. The video explains the app basics and demonstrates some advanced features like how to cross an item off your shopping list because it was out of stock or you changed your mind about purchasing it. The video shows how to share a list with family and friends.
- Minor enhancements and bug fixes.
- Unregistered users could accept a sharing invitation, resulting in the RSVP being taken but the user couldn’t access the list.
- If you were on the shopping scene of a shared list and your friend added or deleted items to or from the list, the items would show up on the screen but the cart totals at the top of the screen were not updated to reflect the addition or removal of items.
- If you delete all your lists and relaunch ShopIt, it would create new samples. Now it only creates the sample lists once when you launch the app the first time.
- If you had a long name for a wishlist item, the app would fit the name on the screen, but in a font so small you couldn’t read it. Now on the items scene it truncates long names with …
- If you created a list, category, or item by typing a name in the text field but left the scene by tapping the <Back button without tapping ↵ (Return) on the keyboard, the entry didn’t get recorded. Now when you leave the scene, it saves the entry.
- A Changed category sometimes didn’t sync across devices or with friends.
- If you tapped the + button to add a new wish item, the app would bring up the new shopping item scene instead.