When we’ve launched version 1.0 of Desktop we knew it wasn’t perfect but we knew it was good enough to already boost your productivity. I’ve been using it until a few days ago when I started testing version 1.1. And it’s great!
Speed, Speed and many improvements and fixes!
This new version of the app is now almost 3 times faster on Windows and sightly faster (and thinner!) on a Mac. We’ve used a new engine for getting our app right and it has paid off!
Note to Windows users – the application is not signed yet, we’re getting a new certificate now to sign the app so Windows might warn you that the app is “dangerous” etc. Don’t worry, just run the installer and you’ll be fine. Nozbe will only do good to your computer as it will make you more productive. We’ll try to release a new version without these warnings soon, but we didn’t want to make you wait even more. Other than that, the app is so fast it’ll blow you away. Trust me :-)
Note to Mac users – the application is compatible with Mac 10.6 and 10.7 – not 10.5 (let us know if you need it!) and has both the Japanese and English version enabled and works beautifully in both languages. New languages (Spanish, Polish and German) are in the works and will be there with the next update.
Note to all users – in this release we focused on speed, performance, minor features and bug fixes. New release with new features is just around the corner and is coming soon.
...but we did add just one more thing…
By popular demand we added alphabetical sorting of projects and contexts. Yes, a feature that’s been requested so many times and is “fully compatible with David Allen’s Getting Things Done” is there. It’s a toggle, so you can switch it on and off. You can’t manually reorder projects when in the alphabetical order mode, but you can switch it on with one click. If you have many projects, you’ll love this feature. I know I do. Thanks guys for suggesting it!
Again, in case you haven’t, go ahead and get your fresh Nozbe app: