The popular app Numerous has recently been updated, giving you better control over who has access to your important numbers along with several other great new features. Numerous helps you keep track of all the important numbers in your life, from the price of a Bitcoin to the number of Twitter followers you have, and much more.
With the latest update, Numerous has refined its permissions model that lets you control who has access to your numbers. You can choose from various access levels, allowing you to specify whether another user is able to view, update, edit, or change permissions on a number. The update also refines Apple Watch integration, making it easier to choose which numbers are available on your wrist. There is also improved formatting for static notifications on Apple Watch.
In other added features, Numerous now allows you to get code to embed a number on a Web page from within the app. You can also now specify the date of a timer all the way down to the second, and you can share a number from landscape mode along with an image of the countdown. Now, you can also tap a link to a number from a comment in the app to go straight to that number’s entry.
Numerous’s update also fixes an issue with user avatars becoming degraded over time, and rectified an issue where right-swiping a notification from the lock screen didn’t always open the number in Numerous. Finally, the update makes several stability improvements to the app.
Numerous is available for free in the App Store, and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch. The app requires iOS 8.0 or later.