The last week has been great for Wikly. We received a 4 /5 star review from 148apps.com:
“Wikly is elegantly designed for that specific someone that enjoys a simple, aesthetically pleasing interface and a weekly, time table view of their schedule.” – Kevin Stout, 148apps.com
Wikly 1.1 is approved!
It’s really awesome to see Wikly receiving so much love from everybody. Today, version 1.1 of the app has just been approved by Apple. The full release note is below:
Version 1.1 of Wikly is now available for download. We have been listening to your requests, and many of you want to create your own color scheme in Wikly. Guess what, you request is granted!
In this version, in addition to the 20 default color schemes, you can choose to create your very own color schemes. As many as you want. The only limit is your imagination.
We also understand that it is a pain in the b*tt to manually taking screenshot of your Wikly schedule (Home + Power button, anyone?) then send it to your friend via email. You can now do all of that with just one tap. Easy peasy.
Finally, we squashed some more minor bugs in this release. We. Hate. Bugs. Let us know if you spot them. We’ll squash them. Promise.
That’s pretty much it for this update. Thank you all for your <3 for Wikly, please keep them coming!
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The color contest
To celebrate the launch of Wikly 1.1, we are holding a contest for you guys to showcase your creativity and win attractive iTunes gift cards!
So head over to wikly.me, read the official contest rules, and use Wikly’s new features to create a color schemes that you would be proud to show off, then use the in-app “Share your week” to submit your creation to email@example.com (don’t forget to include the name of your color scheme!).