In September, UpWord was updated with native resolution optimizations for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and support for iOS 8, including its own Today widget in the Notification Center.
Then, last month, it was updated with universal support, making it natively compatible with iPad and iPad mini as well as iPhone and iPod touch, for which it was launched last January.
Now, UpWord has gained several additional features, foremost of which is support for Touch ID. Now, you can protect your notes and unlock the app using your fingerprint. Note, though, that Touch ID integration is part of UpWord’s pro features, which are available via a one-time in-app purchase worth $4.99.
The latest update to UpWord also adds a new option to automatically sort one-line reminders into their own category and another to disable sound for reminders. Both options are accessible in the app’s settings.
The new version of UpWord also includes the following bug fixes:
- Increased font sizes for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus
- No more “Untitled Notes” cluttering your screen
- Fixed URL actions for prepend/append/replace
- Passcode now works with “new note upon open” and URL actions
- Various UI improvements
See also: Rego 2.1 brings folders, smart collections and more to popular location-bookmarking app, Text-to-speech app Speaky goes 2.0 for iOS 8, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and Replay app updated with Light video style introduced at Apple’s iPad Air 2 event.