wwriteLite 8.2.0 Now Available

There is a new version of my app, wwriteLite available for download. Version 8.2.0 brings a few new features, some bug fixes, and a few tweaks. Here are the changes.

New Features

  • Now Requires iOS 14.7.
  • New “wide” Ad that will display differently than the “tall” ad type.
  • New “Remove Ad” button in the upper corner of the ad. This will bring up the “In App Purchase” screen so you can remove ads. If you already have the “Remove Ads” in-app purchase, it will toggle the setting to “always show ads”.
  • Added support for 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros with M1 Pro and M1 Pro Max chips.
  • Updated look of Change Log.
  • Updated look of Frequently Asked Questions.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed some strings in the Debug View that were not localized, but should have been.
  • Fixed issue where Feature Requests would crash the app.
  • Fixed an issue where Feature Requests were not properly submitted.
  • Fixed issue where the file list would change when an ad was clicked on the iPad mini.
  • Fixed an issue where the Ad would not properly refresh.

Tweaks

  • Submit button on Feature Request cannot be clicked if there is no text in the feature request.
  • Changed the Date on the Change Log to be localized to the short version of the date.

As always, you can download the update from the App Store. You can also view the full change log on the wwriteLite site. If you experience any issues, please let me know.

wwriteLite 8.1.0 Now Available

I have updated my app wwriteLite to version 8.1.0. This is a minor update that has a couple of new features, fixes some things, and has one tweak. This version includes the following:

New Features

  • Adds support for the 6th generation iPad mini.
  • On iPad mini the file list will always float over the file text.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed issue with title on Writing Prompts widget padding on iPad mini.
  • Fixed extra spaces in some text.

Tweaks

  • Optimized Interfaces for iPad mini (6th Generation)

Version 8.1.0 is now available. As always, you can download the update from the App Store. You can view the full change log on the wwriteLite site.

wwriteLite 8.0.0 Now Available

I have released a new version of my app, wwriteLite, version 8.0.0. This new version has a few new features, most notably the new “Prompts” feature. There are two types of prompts, “One Word Prompts” and “Writing Prompts”.

One Word Prompts

The “One Word” prompt is also aptly named in that it will provide you with a new word to provide a prompt. There is a new word every day. Some examples include: 

  • drip
  • scratch
  • fly

Every effort has been made to not have duplicates, but it is possible that there will be some along the way. 

Writing Prompts

Writing Prompts is a prompt with a new one being shown every week. As the name implies, it provides a writing prompt. Some examples are: 

  • Think about the best vacation you have taken and write about why it is your favorite.
  • Write about your favorite childhood toy.
  • Write a story about living as part of King Arthur’s entourage.

Widgets

Both prompt types can be added as a widget in either the Today View (on iOS, iPadOS, or macOS) or it can be placed on one of your home screens (iOS or iPadOS). 

As always, wwriteLite is a free update. There is an additional icon pack called “Fruit” that you can purchase. It is $0.99, like the other icon packs, “Space”.

You can check out the full change log for the app. You can also download it from the App Store.

wwriteLite version 7.2.3 Now Available

There is a new version of wwriteLite available, version 7.2.3. This is a minor bug fix that fixes an issue where the “Sun” icon would not be shown as available in the list of app icons.

As always this is a free update to wwriteLite and it is available now. You can view the full list of changes by checking out the Change Log on the wwriteLite website.

Version 7.2.2 Notes

Another minor bug update. This time it fixes an issue where the platform would be detected properly.

Version 7.2.1 Notes
This is a minor bug fix that fixes an issue where you could not see the Markdown Preview text when using Dark mode and when the file being previewed is not using a template.

Version 7.2.0 Notes
It looks like Bill Lumbergh and Dom Portwood have finally decided to jump into the 21st century. They have decided that all TPS reports needs to be submitted in Markdown for easy conversion to HTML so they can be viewed on the Initech, LLC intranet, called Ininet. Therefore, wwriteLite now needs to be able to support Markdown.

With version 7.2.0, you can now write Markdown, preview it by tapping on the Document icon in the toolbar. Once you have previewed your markdown you can import a CSS file from the Document Picker or via URL. Once used, the file will be downloaded and stored so you can use it on other files as well. You may also delete the CSS files by tapping on the “trash” icon in the menu bar.

Also added in this version is a new “Open Source” screen which lists the open source libraries used within wwriteLite. This is accessed via the “About” screen.

There is one tweak as well, the “Drag” icon has been removed and replaced with the Markdown Preview.

wwriteLite 7.2.2 Now Available

There is an update to wwriteLite, to version 7.2.2. This is another minor bug fix. This time it fixes an issue where the platform would be detected properly.

As always this is a free wwriteLite and it is available now. You can view the full list of changes by checking out the Change Log on the wwriteLite website.

Version 7.2.1 Notes
This is a minor bug fix that fixes an issue where you could not see the Markdown Preview text when using Dark mode and when the file being previewed is not using a template.

Version 7.2.0 Notes
It looks like Bill Lumbergh and Dom Portwood have finally decided to jump into the 21st century. They have decided that all TPS reports needs to be submitted in Markdown for easy conversion to HTML so they can be viewed on the Initech, LLC intranet, called Ininet. Therefore, wwriteLite now needs to be able to support Markdown.

With version 7.2.0, you can now write Markdown, preview it by tapping on the Document icon in the toolbar. Once you have previewed your markdown you can import a CSS file from the Document Picker or via URL. Once used, the file will be downloaded and stored so you can use it on other files as well. You may also delete the CSS files by tapping on the “trash” icon in the menu bar.

Also added in this version is a new “Open Source” screen which lists the open source libraries used within wwriteLite. This is accessed via the “About” screen.

There is one tweak as well, the “Drag” icon has been removed and replaced with the Markdown Preview.