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Together and iOS 8

September 17, 2014

Together iconiOS 8 is released today. Together 1.0.4 may experience a variety of problems on iOS 8 including listing and opening iCloud libraries, using the “Open In” activity for opening files in another app, and showing previews of images and non-editable documents such as PDFs and iWork documents.

To address these issues, Together 1.1 was submitted to Apple for review on Saturday following a few days testing everything in the GM build of iOS 8, and making additional changes to support iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

Unfortunately, I cannot say when version 1.1 will be released, as that depends on when Apple completes their review, but the waiting time for the last few versions has averaged around 10 days, so it seems unlikely it will become available before next week.

As for features, version 1.1 is purely for compatibility with iOS 8, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and while it works with iCloud Drive, you should not upgrade to iCloud Drive prior to the release of OS X Yosemite if you wish to share libraries with the Mac version of Together, as Mavericks doesn’t support iCloud Drive and the two apps will not be able to see each other’s changes. See this post for more information.

Together for iPad and iPhone 1.0.4 Released

September 8, 2014

Together for iOS IconTogether for iPad and iPhone 1.0.4 is now available on the App Store.

This version fixes fixes an issue creating new iCloud libraries, a crash that could occur when emptying the Trash from within a folder in the Trash, fixes a problem removing items from a group in that group list, ensures the tag list is updated in landscape mode on iPad and more.

The update is available now in the App Store, and a full list of changes can be found on the release notes page.

Together 3.2.3 Released

September 4, 2014

Together IconTogether 3.2.3 is now available. This version fixes an issue using the arrow keys to navigate through the item list when the Quick Look preview is visible, improves the automatic repair of damaged local libraries. The Mac App Store version fixes an issue creating libraries with a library is open and the display of the Library menu when iCloud is disabled.

Direct customers can download this version in the app or from the Together Downloads page. Mac App Store customers will get the latest version automatically or through the Updates tab of the Mac App Store.

Together for iPad and iPhone 1.0.3 Released

August 22, 2014

Together for iOS IconTogether for iPad and iPhone 1.0.3 is now available on the App Store.

This version improves performance scrolling through iCloud and downloading all items, fixes issues with editing notes and text documents, creating stationery and emptying the Trash, and improves handling of iCloud libraries.

The update is available now in the App Store, and a full list of changes can be found on the release notes page.

Together 3.2.2 Released

August 12, 2014

Together IconTogether 3.2.2 is now available for direct customers. This version can now create or choose libraries at startup after first launch, fixes a problem showing external edits, reverts the way notes are automatically named to the style used by Together 2 (where the note is automatically named only once) and includes other minor improvements.

When the Mac App Store version of 3.2.2 is approved, it will include the ability to rebuild from iCloud libraries, improvements moving libraries to and from iCloud and better handle opening libraries where previous attempts have been cancelled.

Direct customers can download this version in the app, or read about all the changes on the Together Downloads page. Mac App Store customers will get the latest version through the Updates tab of the Mac App Store following Apple's review.

Together 3.2.1 Released

July 31, 2014

Together IconTogether 3.2.1 is available for direct customers today. This version fixes a crash that could occur when importing a folder by moving, a problem where the preview would not be visible, issues with default note styles, restoring the last selected items and more.

Direct customers can download this version in the app, or read about all the changes on the Together Downloads page. Mac App Store customers will get the latest version through the Updates tab of the Mac App Store following Apple's review.

Together for iPad and iPhone 1.0.2 Released

July 30, 2014

Together for iOS IconTogether for iPad and iPhone 1.0.2 is now available on the App Store.

This version addresses an issue in 1.0.1 where duplicate iCloud libraries would appear in the list and one one would be in sync.

The update is available now in the App Store, and a full list of changes can be found on the release notes page.

Together for iPad and iPhone 1.0.1 Released

July 29, 2014

Together for iOS IconTogether for iPad and iPhone 1.0.1 is now available on the App Store.

This version addresses the main issues since the app’s launch, including listing, opening and moving iCloud libraries, fixes crashes that could occur when creating new items and filtering tags, issues with settings not getting remembered, and improves performance when downloading all items and more.

The update is available now in the App Store, and a full list of changes can be found on the release notes page.

Together for iPad and iPhone 1.0

July 23, 2014

Together At Last

Together for iPad and iPhone is now available, bringing the features of Together for Mac to mobile devices so you can take your library with you wherever you go.

For anyone familiar with the Mac version, Together for iPad and iPhone will both look welcomingly familiar and work naturally on iPhone and iPad, with everything just a few taps away. See groups, folders and favorites in the Groups view, along with tags, labels and ratings in the Tags view. Tap any of these to see the item list, which shares its appearance with the Mac.

Together for iPad and iPhone can create notes, bookmarks, new documents from stationery for plain and rich text files, take photos and videos or import them from the camera roll. Together makes it easy to create new items from the clipboard, and can open files from other apps to add them to its library.

The app can also preview many other kinds of files, such as images and movies, PDF files, iWork documents, mail messages and more. When editing notes and rich text files, you can format text, attach photos and videos, insert links and highlight text. Together for iPhone and iPad can also encrypt and decrypt items, just as on the Mac.

Pricing & Availability

Together for iPad and iPhone 1.0 requires iOS 7.1 and later and can be purchased on the App Store at the introductory price of $9.99. It’s a universal app, so the same version will work on both iPhone and iPad.

Together for Mac

Together 3.2 from the Mac App Store is required to share libraries with Together for iPad and iPhone, as only Mac App Store apps can use iCloud. Existing Together users who’ve purchased Together 3.0 or later from the Mac App Store will automatically get Together 3.2 as a free upgrade.

Unfortunately, it’s not possible to transfer licenses to the Mac App Store version, but if you have purchased Together 3 for Mac directly from Reinvented Software in the last 120 days and would like to transfer to the Mac App Store version, please get in touch.

For everyone else, Together 3.2 on the Mac App Store will be half-price at $19.99 for one month following its release.

Feeder 2.5.3 Released

July 9, 2014

Feeder IconFeeder 2.5.3 is available today. This version fixes a problem where SFTP authentication errors would not be reported, an issue where Feeder would try to save an enclosure upload that no longer exists, a problem where passwords may not be updated in the keychain and updates the FTP software.

To see a full list of changes, go to the Feeder downloads page. Mac App Store customers will get the new version following Apple’s review.

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