OmniFocus for iOS 2.17.4

December 15, 2016

Requires iOS 10

OmniFocus 2.17.4 — December 13, 2016

  • Encryption — Fixed a problem where a distinct encryption passphrase couldn’t be set in iOS 10.2.

OmniFocus for iOS 2.17.3

October 10, 2016

Requires iOS 10

OmniFocus 2.17.3 — October 7, 2016

  • Crash — Reverted a change in 2.17.2 that increased the number of crashes rather than reducing them.

OmniFocus for iOS 2.17.2

October 4, 2016

Requires iOS 10

OmniFocus 2.17.2 restores tappable links to other applications in notes.

  • Notes — Restored the tappability of links to other applications. We’re sorry for the delay on this!
  • Crash — Fixed a crash when compacting the OmniFocus database.

OmniFocus for iOS 2.17.1

September 27, 2016

Requires iOS 10

OmniFocus 2.17.1 — September 21, 2016

OmniFocus 2.17.1 for iOS tries to work around a problem with iOS 10 and notifications.

  • Notifications — A problem with iOS 10 keeps us from sending notifications if you’ve just restored OmniFocus as part of a device backup. Now, we prompt you to toggle OmniFocus’ notification permissions to get around it.
  • Logging — We’ve added some extra logging to help us diagnose Apple Watch problems (you shouldn’t notice anything).

OmniFocus for iOS 2.17

September 20, 2016

Requires iOS 10

OmniFocus 2.17 — September 9, 2016

OmniFocus 2.17 for iOS is an update to support iOS 10 and watchOS 3. This release also requires iOS 10 and watchOS 3.

  • Today Widget — We’ve revamped our today widget with a header row that includes a New Inbox Item button and tappable summary counts. In compact mode, the widget shows the same item as Apple Watch would.
  • 3D Touch — The compact display of the Today Widget is also available in the Quick Actions menu when force-pressing the OmniFocus icon.
  • Apple Watch — Use the Digital Crown (or swipe up/down) to change what’s shown in the bottom slot on the OmniFocus home screen. Choices are:
    • Continuity — Shows what you’re looking at in OmniFocus on iPhone, or is blank if you’re viewing screen on iPhone that is otherwise already represented on the Watch home screen.
    • Next Up — Shows the same action that our old Glance would have shown. This is generally the first available item in the Perspective(s) chosen in Today and Watch settings.
    • Custom Perspective [PRO] — Shows the custom Perspective chosen in Today and Watch settings, if any.