What’s New for v2.7: Improved Report Viewer, Dark Mode, and Report Templates (for new installs)
-Improved Report viewer
-Improved appearance in Dark Mode
-Default Report Scopes improved: generalized, no longer scoped to a named Person so no customization required
-App Review will be occasionally requested
-Other minor improvements
What’s New for v2.6.004: PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS July 3, 2020
-CORRECTED a long pause (10-20 seconds) at startup before the application became responsive (new behavior starting with iOS13). -First time app installations now correctly reflect the default setting “TRIP ARCHIVES: Store on iCloud TRUE”
-All functionality confirmed for iOS 13
-Other usability improvements including:
-Archives: List of archives initially scrolls to bottom (most recent)
-Clone this Trip now creates a first session based on the first session of the trip to be cloned
-Report Scopes can now be rearranged for convenience
-Locations for a trip can now be rearranged for convenience -Other minor fixes
What’s New: All functionality confirmed as of iOS13.3 Jan 15, 2020
What’s New for v2.5: CRASH FIX (ON iOS 12) Oct 18, 2018
– Crash Fix: When run on iOS 12 Gamble Diary would close (crash) when the user attempted to view a report. This was due to a naming conflict between the app and a new iOS 12 PDF framework. This has been corrected.
What’s New for v2.4: CRASH FIX (AFFECTING NEW USERS ONLY)
– Crash Fix: First time installations of the app were failing to open (crashing) due to the lack of Apple’s recently required Photo Usage Description. This has been corrected and the first time user will now see, “Gamble Diary can associate photos with Notable Events you enter based on timestamp” when asked if Gamble Diary should be allowed to access their photos.
What’s New for v2.1, 2.2, 2.3: UPDATES for USER REQUESTS, FIXES, DEVICES, and iOSs – User suggested enhancement requests
– Testing on newer devices and iOS versions
– Bug fixes as needed
– Please see the App Store for the latest version notes
What’s New for v2.0: PHOTOS, SHARING, and the CLOUD
– Notables (noteworthy events) can now include a photo. New or existing photos on your iOS device are automatically associated with Notables based on time proximity, and can be selected or unselected.
– Notables can be shared via Twitter, Facebook, mail, and message.
– Trip archives can now be stored to iCloud, ready to load/restore on all your iOS devices. Use this feature to (for example) review or edit trips on your iPad that you have created on your iPhone.
– Other usability improvements including:
– Support for iOS 7 and iPad
– Trip cloning (to create a new trip that is similar to a prior trip)
– Added more Notable descriptions: Having Fun, Photo Op, Free Spins, Wild Royal, 5 of a Kind – Notable and Session default time calculations are improved
– Currency symbols besides ‘$’ can be set for trips