Further changes made in the update include “improved sync and auto sync,” as well as support for non-Western characters (along with “general bug fixes”).
However, the main feature of this new version (1.1) is iPad optimization: Droplist looks great on the iPad, and we’re pleased the developer hasn’t released a separate version of the application for the iPad. Instead, existing owners of the application can use Droplist on their iPad at no extra cost.
As outlined by Droplist‘s developer, here’s what you can expect from the app:
The fastest, simplest and most intuitive To-Do list App around. You type, or copy-paste from virtually any source, and it makes a list. Sync your lists to Dropbox (saved as .txt) for extra flexibility (optional).
Copy and paste from your email, the web, wherever and DropList will figure out the rest. When editing, hit return to create new list items (super fast!). Edit lists directly in Dropbox in plain text.
Reminders and alerts keep you on top of important tasks. No gimmicks or subscriptions required – you type and it lists!
Currently, Droplist is available for $1.99. Check out the updated version, and let us know your thoughts in the comments.