This morning we could finally release version 5.0! The update is available in the app store. Explore the new features like the location picker to insert coordinates, the photos tab and the improved performance. Happy caching! WARNING! There are some reports coming in about databases that are not correctly converted to version 5.0. We’re researching […]
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Two weeks ago we could send out the first public beta of iCaching 5.0 and last week the second beta. Eventually, version 5.0 brought much more code changed than initially intended, so it took much more time than expected to finish it. But with this version we have a good foundation for the future. Apart […]
Just pressed the submit button for version 4.97.7. A small update which fixes some little bugs reported by customers. Also added some small improvements. The most important one: in addition to the existing cmd-backspace keystroke (like in Finder), you can delete a cache from the list with just delete or backspace alone. So when Apple […]
On March 16, Groundspeak has changed some API limits without notice to developers. Unfortunately this breaks some functionality in iCaching. Loading your last logs, or logs for caches now returns an error message instead of logs. We’ll fix this ASAP.
That’s a good question. Let me explain. The major features I planned for version 5.0 were a Yosemite look and feel, a geocache images tab and a location picker (to choose a location for corrected coordinates, API searches and home locations. See screenshot). To implement these features I had to make major refactorings in the existing […]
While working on version 5.0 (which unfortunately takes more time than expected), I still want to do some maintenance on version 4.x. Once in a while I also like to add a few features in that version too. Recently some users asked if it were possible to add attribute names to the cache description when […]
Just a little tip for the weekend: You can open a geocache webpage directly by clicking the cache icon on the Info tab.
The Map window has some nice (hidden) features. So it is worth a separate post. What to show By default the map shows the caches in the active folder. So the caches on the map are the same as the caches listed in the cache list of the main window. When you click on a […]
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 […]
Since the start of iCaching more than four years ago, we’ve continuously been improving the application making it the most popular Mac Geocaching application. It takes a lot of effort to make and keep it state of the art. Until now every update has been available for all users, although some new features were not […]