Day One, a popular app for journalling on the iPhone and iPad, has just received an important update. The app, now updated to version 1.12, features an iOS 7-style visual refresh, 64-bit support and incorporates data from the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s for activity tracking.
The team at Day One state that the new version is designed to match the new style and feel of iOS 7. The app features redesigned icons and navigation bars to fit in with iOS 7 while keeping the interface distraction free. The app is also now 64-bit ready so should perform really well on devices containing Apple’s 64-bit A7 chip.
An important addition is the support for the M7 motion coprocessor found in the iPhone 5s, iPad Air and all new Retina iPad mini. This enables Day One to automatically add more context to your journal entries, such as if you were walking, catching a flight or sat at your desk at the time of entry, as well as incorporating the daily step counter (iPhone 5s only).
As well as the above, version 1.12 contains a few more new background features and improvements such as currently playing music to add track titles to your entries, background fetch for Dropbox sync and speed and performance improvements.
Here are the full release notes:
What’s New in Version 1.12
- New iOS 7 Design
- Automated activity data tracking for iPhone 5s
- Daily Step Counting (M7 coprocessor required)
- Speed improvements and optimizations
- Additional weather source: forecast.io
- Add currently playing music track info to entry
- Fix issues with iPhone 5s panoramas
The update is free from the App Store for existing Day One owners. If you don’t already have the app in your collection, you can download it here for iPhone and iPad for $4.99/£2.99.
Via: Day One Blog