I have now handed off Ink Calendar 2.0 to the Microsoft Store. The update will be rolling out soon. This update brings 3 major features:
- Cloud syncing with OneDrive
- New App Icon
- New symbols throughout the app
As always, reach out on twitter (@TheJoeFin) or email support at Ink Calendar dot com to let me know what you think of the app.
Update 1.19 is rolling out to the Microsoft Store now. This update brings a highly requested features: natural swiping between views. Now you can change the view by swiping or by clicking the next/previous buttons as always.
This change introduced a fairly major change to the way Ink Calendar handles the different sets of ink + calendars. I have done lots of testing for performance and found it to be acceptable. However it is impossible for me to test every device. I’ll be watching the crash statistics and will continue to optimize Ink Calendar with future updates.
Hopefully this update makes Ink Calendar more natural and easier to use. If you have suggestions, comments, or feedback then please reach out by email (email@example.com) or twitter (@thejoefin).
Thanks again for using Ink Calendar.
P.S. If you are a digital artist using Ink Calendar and are interested in being paid for some promotional artwork please reach out and we can work something out.
You can now get update 1.11 from the Microsoft store! For details about what is in this update check out this post.
Thanks for using Ink Calendar. If you have any feedback please reach out on email (support at inkcalendar dot com) or twitter (@thejoefin).
In the next release I plan to focus under the hood. This means improving the way I organize, save, and load data. With more organized data I’ll be able to manage more of it!
For example adding a week view is in the plan. Things that makes that strange. Weeks are not as organized as Months are. Their method of being organized is not as clean and consistent.
This means I’ll need to come up with a system of organizing weeks, their days, and their data. This should not be hard, but it is work that takes time.
In addition to hidden improvements I plan on going after some bugs which prevented some features from being available on mobile. Specifically the share, save, and print capabilities. When I was testing these on mobile without fail they would crash the app every time with no error. This makes debugging harder. I’ll be looking for new ways to tackle and fix this/these bugs in this update.
Thanks for using Ink Calendar! Feel free to contact me on twitter (@TheJoeFin) or email (support@Inkcalendar.com),