A fix for a crash affecting Android 4.0 users, and some new options for the widget.
- Fix for crashes when editing a recurring event on Android 4.0
- New widget tap action options: zoom to date tapped, or zoom to current date
- Change so that app won’t open with Settings on top
If your phone’s just been upgraded to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), you’ll notice a change in the way Touch Calendar looks. That’s because on ICS devices Touch Calendar supports the Android device guidelines, to give a beautiful interface that fits in with other apps on your device.
You’ll see the action bar along the top of the app, and on the Galaxy Nexus or other phones with no menu button, you’ll see the menu button on the action bar in the top right, just like in other apps. The action bar also gives quick access to search, ‘go to today’ and ‘add event’ functions.
Tapping the Touch Calendar icon on the left of the action bar also takes you to ‘today’, so there’s now a difference: tapping the Touch Calendar icon goes to the current date and resets the zoom level to default, whereas tapping the today icon on the right moves the date but doesn’t change the zoom level.
As well as the main screen of the app, the add event and edit screens have been updated as well, to all use the Android Holo theme. This gives a fresh, modern look that will fit in with other apps that also follow the guidelines.
Quick fix release for some force close issues that randomly pop up in some situations after installing or removing widgets.
- fix for some force close issues related to widgets
- swapped search and refresh in the menu
A new version of the free app after some time!
- the expiry time of the app has been removed. If you have an earlier version you must upgrade to this one before 31st May 2011 or it will expire.
- “Add Event” has been moved to the front of the menu
- Fix for issue on Honeycomb where tapping events would not open them
- Font size increase on tablets
Well, 2010 was a big year for apps by olilan: two apps launched, website and user group set up, and lots of releases to the Android Market.
Thanks to everyone who’s tried and used Searchify and Touch Calendar, and for all the suggestions and feedback. Hope you’ve had a good year too, and that 2011 is everything you want it to be