lunk wrote:Brammy wrote:What I find more concerning is that the iOS version hasn't been updated since December 2017. It is starting to creep dangerously close to abandonware for me. There hasn't even a been an update for the new iPads.
I guess a one-man development "team" has limited time available, when this "team" develops both the Mac and iOS version.
I use it on a new iPad Pro, without problems. What serious problems are you experiencing?
PS. I use other apps too that hasn’t been updated for a while. As long as they work, why should I bother about updates?
I don't have a new iPad Pro, but from what I have heard it is not optimized for the screen and there are thin blank lines on the top and bottom of the screen. However, it one of those benchmark things for I view the upgrade cycle.
In terms of updates, there are a few reasons. Taking advantage of new OS features is one. General stability is another - especially in terms of new OS releases. Also, there are a lot of features the desktop version has that the iOS doesn't. I would like it to be more of an end-to-end solution on iOS than it is now.
The one-man shop nature of Scrivener is a concern for me overall. Some sort of a roadmap for iOS improvements would be nice.