Taskable users, rejoice! Thanks to the app’s first ever update, tasks in Taskable are now editable. I repeat: Tasks in Taskable are now editable.

That’s right. A key omission in Taskable has just been rectified through its new update, which also brings a few other improvements.

But first, for the benefit of the uninitiated … What is Taskable?

As Christine states in her review of the app, Taskable is “a slick task manager for your iPhone with an interface that resembles Clear, but uses easier-to-understand gestures.”

But as she also pointed out, in the app’s initial version, it’s impossible to edit a task. What gives?

Well, Taskable developer Joel Koroniak acknowledges that it was “a silly thing to miss.” Fortunately, he has sorted that out in the new version of Taskable.

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Whereas tapping on a task does nothing prior to the update, doing the same now lets you edit the task.

In addition to task editing, task reordering has also been added to Taskable. Just drag a task up or down to move it within the list.

Moreoever, continuous task entry has been made easier. Now you can keep entering new tasks until you hit Enter on the keyboard a second time.

The latest version of Taskable also brings support for Fantastical, enabling you to share tasks directly to the popular calendar app.

Also included in the update are more quotes and the ability to change the color of a list by tapping on the list title.

Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.1 or later, the new version of Taskable is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $1.99 download.