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Creativity-Boosting App Oflow Gets Biggest Update Yet

Creativity-Boosting App Oflow Gets Biggest Update Yet

May 6, 2013
Oflow, the creativity-boosting app created by "creative expert" Tanner Christensen, has recently received its biggest update yet. Released on iOS in July last year, Oflow is an app that offers a collection of tips said to have been proven in sparking creativity and productivity. And thanks to its new update, Oflow has gained even more tips or creative methods. With the addition of over 30 new methods, the app now contains over 150 proven tips. What's more, Oflow now lets you view a new method just by shaking your device. You can still do so by tapping the reload button, though. Further, you can now share methods via Twitter and Facebook in addition to email. Oflow now also has Evernote integration, allowing you to export methods to your Evernote account. Further still, the latest, biggest update to Oflow brings the following improvements:
  • Updated interface
  • Landscape and portrait view support in the app
  • New iPad interface and functionality
  • Now you can search notes you've created
  • Fixed a major bug that didn't allow the editing of existing notes
  • Status tracking opt-in to help us improve future versions of the app
  • Minor bug fixes
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later, the new version of Oflow is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $1.99 download. In her review of the app posted shortly after its launch, Lory noted that Oflow could "give you plenty of ideas to help get a project started or finished. If you are looking for ideas to get your creative juices flowing, Oflow will help." [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]

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