uTime 1.3 Errors:
- Even though I said I fixed the crash on startup issue it is still present. To fix this take another iCloud device with uTime and keep adding timers until the app launches…
- There is an error with the badge icon staying at one. I don’t know how to fix this or if it is possible to do it with the way notifications are setup…
uTime 1.3 Official Changelog:
Introducing Notifications! This took a long time to implement, in fact I have been working on this since uTime launched… However I finally found the best way to make it work.
-Notifications will happen with all timers past the current date on startup.
-After adding a new timer you must adjust the countdown time for it to send a notification.
-Notifications work with timers on iCloud!
-Notifications will play the default sound on iOS.
-Notifications are local… They will work even when the device is offline!
-When adding a New Timer it will be added as “New iOS Timer”
-Fixed issue where the app would crash on launch due to array issues.
uTime 1.2 official changelog:
-Changed label for the current time to add words and months… Looks better!
-Changed countdown label to the same type of format as the current time!
-Added detail text to table views!
-Detail text follows the new formatting for dates.
-Added clear button for the naming text box.
-Added placeholder “Timer Name” for text box.
-Added capitilization for words for textfield input!
Below are the changes for 1.1 if you need them…
uTime 1.1 Now Available:
uTime 1.1 is being pushed to the App Store with the following changes:
– Added (s) to label to make it look better when there is a one in the countdown. - Made it so the label text will be based on the time remaining (or the count-up time too) (if 0 years then years won’t be shown)
– Made it so “Done” Keyboard Key will update the current timer name with the one just entered.
– Made it so when you add a new timer on iPad it immediately goes to the new timer.
– Made it so after adding new timer with “Add Timer” will immediately bring up the edit timer field.
– Made it so the name change field gives indication to what it actually is.
– Made it so the date picker will show the countdown date instead of the current date.
– Made it so the name field is cleared when changing the date.
– Fixed error with iPad in portrait cutting off the seconds.
Along with this I made some tweaks to the support view on iPad because it wasn’t scaling correctly. There is also some performance enhancements. If there is a problem send me a message on twitter(@matthewjagiela) or using the contact sheet below.
uTime information below:
After releasing our newest app uSurf a little over a year ago I thought it was time to bring out something new. I am happy to announce that today (also the iPhone’s 9th birthday!) our brand new app uTime is officialy on the App Store waiting for download!
uTime allows you to have a multitude of count down timers that will tell you the exact time that is left towards a specific date in the future. uTime also uses iCloud to sync so all the dates on your iPhone will sync with your iPad as well (yes it is universal)!
uTime’s official App Store description:
Welcome to uTime!
uTime is a brand new App that will allow you to see how much time there is left until an event in the future.
uTime syncs between devices so the timers on your iPhone are the same as they are on your iPad!
Support can be found by hitting the support button in the information section. It is the best way to keep up to get support with either problems or upcoming features.
To add another timer hit timers and then the plus button OR hit the add timer button on the main screen. The current time and date will be added to the list and then you can change it from the home-screen!
uTime will be updated on a regular basis along with uSurf. The information page can be found here and the support page here. Of course there is also a contact sheet for both this post, information page, and support page with any questions or bug reports.
Information about updates can always be found on this homepage along with my twitter (@matthewjagiela) and of course both information and support pages.