The Popular Fantastical 2 Is Now Even Better Running Under iOS 7
Flexibits’ super-popular Fantastical 2 has received an update making a number of useful changes to the Calendar app alternative. Provided you’re running iOS 7, the app now supports system-wide bold text, and navigating through the application is much easier than before. Plus, Fantastical 2 is still on sale.
Over in the iOS 7 Settings app, users can switch-on system-wide “Bold Text” and individual apps can choose to support this feature. You can enable Bold Text in the Settings application by navigating to “General,” and then “Accessibility.” For iOS apps which support the feature, bold text will be displayed in move that hopefully increases readability.
Fortunately for Fantastical 2 users, the app now supports this feature, making it easier for general users and the visually impaired to read text displayed in the application. But that’s not all.
Navigating through Fantastical 2 is easier than before, thanks to a minor tweak to the app’s navigation menu. Now, users can simply hold on the “Back” button in the application and iDevice owners will be taken back to the top menu. More minor enhancements have also been applied as of Fantastical 2’s 2.0.4 update, which include:
- Tapping and holding any back button now jumps back to the top view
- Typing “task” or “todo” when creating a new item now keeps auto-capitalization enabled
- Added support for Bold Text accessibility option
- Improved reliability of App Icon Badge
- Various fixes and improvements
Finally, as part of Flexibits’ impressive holiday app sale, Fantastical 2 can be downloaded at 60 percent off its usual price for $1.99.
Fantastical 2 was featured as one of our Top 10 Paid iPhone Apps Of 2013, and it also received the honor of being our App Of The Week for Nov. 4, 2013. Since its release, the app has received a number of updates expanding on Fantastical 2’s already impressive functionality. One of the most recent added integration with both TextExpander and Waze.
You can download Fantastical 2 in the App Store for $1.99 (for a limited-time only), and it’s optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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