Version 5.5 with trackable logging is live

This message is a bit late, but in the meantime version 5.5 went live.

This version has a completely revamped logging window, and adds the ability to log trackables along with your cache logs.

When preparing the logs, it keeps track of your inventory. So if, for instance, you log a trackable as ‘Retrieved’ from the first cache log, you can log it as ‘Visited’ in the second log. This was THE most asked feature, so we hope you’ll enjoy it!

Adding and removing images to and from a cache log has been vastly improved too.


Trackable logging

The new iCaching logo

New look

Within a few days we hope to release iCaching 4.90. We changed plans after the bumpy road to this version. Both 4.80 and 4.85 unfortunately had some serious bugs. Fixing these bugs took some time, therefore we decided to implement (the biggest part) of the new Yosemite style look, planned for version 5.0, into this version.

The new look also includes a completely new application icon for the first time in the history of iCaching (hmm, actually second time, but the first change was pretty minor). Hope you like it as much as we do :-)

Update November 13: Version 4.90 is released!

The new iCaching logo

Just re-uploaded version 4.4

After a three week struggle with a technical issue concerning App Store approval, I just resubmitted version 4.4 for review. So when the guys of the review team don’t have another surprise, this update can be available soon.

This release is mainly a bugfix release. We managed to solve a bug in the importroutines for fetching pocketqueries through the API.

As a little surprise, we added OpenStreetMap and OpenCycleMap support to the Map window. For this version there is no visible user interface yet to use these maptypes, but by pressing ‘o’ (for OSM) or ‘p’ (for SCM) you can use these.

By the way, did you know that you can already use the keyboard shortcuts ‘r’ (roadmap), ‘s’ (satellite), ‘t’ (terrain), ‘u’ (satellite + roads) in the current version for switching maptypes?