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Day One For iOS Gets An Update Bringing 'Publish' To The iPad

Day One For iOS Gets An Update Bringing 'Publish' To The iPad

April 2, 2014

Day One, the popular journaling platform, has just updated its iOS app to bring support for "Publish" to Apple’s iPad. In addition, images can now be added into Day One from the iOS clipboard, and a large number of important fixes have been applied to the universal application.

You can download the updated Day One app for $4.99 on the App Store, and it’s optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. As mentioned, the change indeed brings support for Day One’s Publish – a feature that lets users share particular Day One entries publicly – to the iPad.

Bloom Built, the folks behind Day One, explained back in March:

Publish enables you to handpick entries to share with family, friends, and the world. Publish creates an individual webpage on for each entry you choose to publish. By default, you’re the only one that will know the URL for each published entry. If you want to share entries with more people, you can post to social services like Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare on a per-entry basis. Each entry retains social sharing stats and links, including views, likes, and shares.

Besides Publish support for the iPad, Day One’s latest update also allows users to add images into the service from the iOS clipboard. Plus, a wide-ranging number of fixes have been applied as of the app’s 1.14 update, and these include:

  • Improved deletion of entries in Timeline.
  • Fixed Foursquare Place being replaced with GPS location.
  • Fixed error when clicking Facebook share of a published entry.
  • Fixed unresponsive Wrong Password dialog.
  • Fixed error when authorizing sync via Dropbox’s web client.
  • Fixed bugs with deleting shares for a published entry.
  • Fixed Publish authorizing via Twitter web client.
  • Fixed app freezes related to “on startup” preferences.
  • Modified header styles.
  • Fixed various UI bugs.

As a reminder, Day One allows users to maintain a virtual journal from their iOS device or Mac. It supports photos, video, and even MultiMarkdown text formatting; updates are synced between devices and the process of adding entries into Day One can even be automated using Brett Terpstra’s Slogger.

The updated Day One for iOS can be downloaded now on the App Store for $4.99, and it’s optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. For Mac users, Day One for OS X is available on the Mac App Store for $9.99.

See also: TextExpander Gets Updated For iOS 7, Adds A Number Of New Features, Spotify Sends Out Its Biggest Update Yet For iOS, Mac And The Web, and Nest’s iOS-Connected Learning Thermostat Launches In Britain.


Mentioned apps

Day One (Journal / Diary)
Day One (Journal / Diary)
Bloom Built, LLC

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