Nov, 07 2008

Proxymind 1.1.1

We are delighted to announce that Proxymind 1.1.1 is now available in the iTunes App Store showing many new improvements:

  • [FIXED] Solved an incompatibility appearing under iPhone OS 2.1 wich results in an application hang when entering note text or title.
  • [FIXED] Solved a bug that under rare circumstances could result in changes to a focus or note not being saved.
  • [CHANGED] Notes without location are now visible in focuses with enabled distance filtering.
  • [CHANGED] If the user leaves the application in the Focus View, the application is opened in the Focus View the next time started. No fallback to the “All” focus any more.
  • [NEW] An empty Items Filter View now shoes “Empty Focus” or “Determine location…” in the middle of the table view as long as now rows are visible.
  • [NEW] Auto mark note as undone on text change. This feature is by default off. Visit the “Proxymind” defaults in the Settings application to switch it on.
  • [NEW] Added “Clear Text” command to the “Trash Can” action of the note editor.
  • [NEW] Added tag and focus information to note mail export.
  • [NEW] New application icon.

This build is a free update recommended for all users.

Visit Proxymind in the iTunes App Store: Proxymind 1.1.1 (126)

We really appreciate your feedback.

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Aug, 07 2008

We are Looking for Beta Testers for Proxymind (iPhone OS)

We are currently looking for beta tester for Proxymind, our first iPhone OS application.

With Proxymind you can organize your errands, notes and ideas with ease and simplicity. Proxymind is location aware and visualizes which items are currently within your reach. Have a look at the Proxymind product page to get and idea and some screenshots of what its all about.

If you call an iPhone or iPod Touch running iPhone OS 2.0 or later your own and you think Proxymind is something for you, just apply for our Beta Test Program.

Please understand, that – due to the nature of the Ad Hoc distribution model provided by Apple – there is only a limited number of test slots we can offer.

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