4.60 – and the story of how things got weird

We started work on 4.55 in mid-December to continue optimizing, fixing, and all around polishing Informant for iOS up. 6 weeks later we were ready to submit it as 4.55 and we realized that we had done enough new builds that our third segment of the version number had...

Teaser shots of Desktop Informant for OS X

OK so the screenshots are a bit of a tease, but I wanted to at least show you that yes it does exist. I’m not showing screenshots of the Focus view because its in another branch of our source-repo as its being actively finished and so its not merged in with...

Mac Desktop January Status

A long time ago I used to use a couple apps called Now Contact and Now Calendar on Mac OS 7/8/9. They were fantastic: fast, reliable, and their UI was great. When OS X came out they spent years working on a new OS X compatible version called “Nighthawk”....

Google Calendar Sync Changes Today

Pocket Informant on iOS has been syncing to Google Calendar since its inception. When we first introduced Informant we had the option of using CalDAV, ActiveSync, or Google’s Calendar API v2. Every calendar developer would tell you to use the Calendar API as it...

Mac Desktop

Back in the summer we talked a little about our Mac Desktop plans and its been awhile so I wanted to give you a status update. Chris has been hard at work on Mac Desktop for almost a year. A lot our iOS code is usable on the Mac, but almost all the UI isn’t....

iPhone 6 Plus Tabs

As I’ve blogged about before, I’ve been working on 4.1 for iOS for awhile, but what may not be all that obvious is that I’ve spent a lot of time trying to improve our interface and look. These changes haven’t been just for the sake of change...

Informant 4.1 for iOS 8

iOS 8 has been released today and its a pretty exciting release! For Informant there are some really exciting new features as well – such as the ability to integrate with TouchID, custom alarm actions, Today Widgets, extensions, and more! We’ve been...