This update is dedicated to bettering our iPad app, focusing on the little things that will help add to the level of productivity you can achieve on the go with iOS; bringing you even more of a desktop-class experience. Here's a list of improvements that you'll find in this release:
- We made it easier to access the long-press menu of nodes, which can now be triggered with a new keyboard shortcut, Cmd+Return.
- There is now an improved settings menu interface on the iPad, consolidating individual controls into a General Preferences modal.
- A “Save As” option was added, allowing for renaming of the WriteMap file that you're working on rather than just defaulting to the root node's title.
- The status bar in the WriteMap view now uses the vibrancy effect, instead of just a solid color, for a sleeker look.
- Factor in the cursor’s width when setting node width while editing a node’s title.
- Fit the contents of settings menus into the visible window while in Split View mode.
Get the Update
WriteMapper 2.5 is available as a free update for past WriteMapper for iPad customers. New customers can take the free trial for a spin to test out the latest features we released today, by getting the iPad app from the App Store.
We hope you'll find these new features useful!