We know that many of our customers are as excited to upgrade to Apple's latest technologies as we are, so each year we make it a priority to have all of our apps ready for new systems on the day they become available. We're pleased to share with you today that we've tested (and updated as needed) all of our currently shipping apps for compatibility with iOS 17, iPadOS 17, and watchOS 10—so if you're eager to use the new operating systems, our apps are ready.
For anyone who uses any of our apps on an iPhone or an iPad, we're starting out the year with updates across the board. With these updates, Omni Automation in Shortcuts is available across all of our apps and on all platforms.
iOS and iPadOS 15 bring great new features that your Omni apps are ready to support on day zero, like widgets on the iPad home screen, the Focus feature for contextual control of which alerts deserve your attention, and the ability to capture Live Text straight into each app.
We think it's time to retire our custom document browser in favor of using Apple's built-in document browser—and with our iOS 13 updates this fall we'll be doing just that, making it easier than ever for you to choose where you want to keep our apps' documents.
We’re working on making it easier for businesses, schools, and other organizations to license and deploy our iOS apps. If you work for a business or school that might be interested in purchasing the iOS edition of any of our apps (OmniGraffle, OmniPlan, OmniFocus, or OmniOutliner), please get in touch! Our solution to this problem isn't finalized yet, and we'd love to work with you to make sure that we solve this in a way that will work for you.
Today we’re releasing a great update to OmniGraffle for iOS! There’s a [whole lot under the hood] that makes it a great release, but the big two new features are Actions support and Document Provider extension support.
Today we released OmniFocus 2.6 for iOS with a new Dark Palette, Swipe to Flag, and Push-Triggered Sync, a new feature in OmniFocus that helps keep your database up to date. We’re starting a gradual rollout to our customers now—read on to find out when you’ll start seeing push and how to tell if it’s enabled for your account.