Done 1.4

We’ve just submitted the latest build of Done, our iPhone & iPod touch To Do list, to Apple, so we’re hoping it will go live in the App Store in a few days. We’ll let you know as soon as it does.

In the meantime, here’s a sneak preview of what to expect:

Done - now with Due Dates and Notes

Done - now with Due Dates and Notes

As you can see, the big new features are Due Dates and Notes. You can use these in any combination ie. a task can have a Due Date, a Note, both or neither and shaking the phone will sort lists by date or priority. As soon as the update goes live, we’ll give you full details and update the User Guide.

We’re really excited about this one.

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5 Responses to “Done 1.4”

  1. RomeApart Says:

    Totally stoked for these features! Love this app!!!

  2. chillix Says:

    Hi RomeApart
    glad to hear you’re looking forward to it – please let us know what you think of the new version when you get a chance – you know we look forward to hearing from you!

  3. epqr Says:

    Great! look like a very good update. I have been missing these features in done.

    But where is sync? after all it was the top request in you poll.

  4. RomeApart Says:

    Actually, I am thinking adding google sync to tasks would be a great feature, but not sure if there is an API for that. By the way, any tips for a guy just learning to program? LOL

  5. nferno Says:

    Nice work on the 1.4 update!

    Just one tiny issue that I’ve discovered (was already present in older versions, but now I just noticed). It’s about the feature that saves a wallpaper of your top 6 items. Those 6 items should be lowered a bit on the wallpaper, because the space between the first item and the top horizontal bar (with your clock) is a little too small. It would look nicer if the 6 items are perfectly centered between the top horizontal bar and the bottom one (with the “Slide to unlock” thing).
    Also, I don’t think the horizontal line below the very last item should be drawn (, since no horizontal line is drawn above the first item either), in order to get symmetry.

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