Lazy Lists for BlackBerry 10 gets an overhaul and enhances productivity

Lazy Lists
By James Richardson on 27 Jan 2014 06:30 pm EST
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I got me a nice surprise when refreshing my downloaded applications in BlackBerry World today. Lazy Lists for BlackBerry 10 - which happens to be my note app of choice has received an update and quite a big one too. 

Although not a huge factor, I was surprised to see that the app now has a brand new logo to go along with the new additions and UI enhancements. To cut a long story short - the already great app has had an overhaul and now allows users to be more productive - something which is key for most BlackBerry users. 

Nice job once again Mr Developer. 

Lazy Lists v 3.0.1 Release Notes:

Feature Additions

  • Auto scroll when rearranging list items
  • Select time with the date the list is due
  • List item deletion indicator pop-up can be turned off
  • Manual restoration of past purchase of additional feature
  • Select calendar Lazy Lists integrates to
  • Active Frame - Select to display items from currently opened list or all lists - Toggle Active Frame to off and display static image to save battery life

UX Enhancements

  • Huge performance boost
  • Creating new list item greatly simplified
  • Share/Settings of the list embedded in list header (accessible by tapping)
  • Export lists into Lazy Lists folder
  • List items can display 2 lines
  • Text size inherits from system settings
  • Splash Screen
  • Active Frame - Active Frame shows list name and the items within the list - When there’s no list items to display, it now displays “no list item” instead of a blank active frame

Bug Fixes

  • Setting list item “done” does not scroll the list to the top
  • Editing a calendar entry that doesn’t exist in the native Calendar application creates a new calendar entry
  • Expand list header at start now works
  • Active Frame
  • Battery drain bug eliminated

Lazy Lists is free and available for all BlackBerry 10 devices. What more could you wish for? 

More information/Download Lazy Lists for BlackBerry 10

17 comments

WorldwideRemix

Great app! Deserves 1st prize

Drmoe

It's pretty good, I'll give you that!

Posted using the best phone ever, the white Z10!

tryfe

Wow; pretty nifty app. Me likey.

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Koepman

One of my first apps and one of the/my best apps!

Since 2010 

Person421

Have used it daily for months - really like all the new updates. Highly recommended.

BBstarBB

Nice! Excellent application for BB.

qbo

W00! What an awesome app!

Developer of Corky Notes, Lazy Lists, and MAKE

Flip4Bytes

Lmao

Nice work man, love the new icon for it btw! Happy you went with a nice new flat and simple design, works very well :)

- Developer of 'Web Design Cheat Sheet' for BB10 (Posted via CB10)

1roguecanuck

Been using it for months. Just keeps getting better.

Only thing I would like now us the ability to sync a particular list with someone else that has the app (two way syncing)

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bendiep1991

Love the update! But unfortunately some of the colours are missing! And the previous colour tones were better imo

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Lanre Folarin

Just here for the bants

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kennyiceberry

All note apps are your note apps of choice matey! You're addicted to 'em! ;) They can't *all* be good, surely? Still, I agree it's ace that BlackBerry 10 is served so well by note-taking software. Helps to get things done.

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christoph77

Great update imo :)

C0038297E Quote of the Day (BBM Channel)

cuek80

Not a good update for free version :p
Smaller line. More difficult to swipe to delete.
Corky note update also make active frame doesn't show notes :(

snpd

Deletion of entries not very handy anymore (at least on Q10). Also miss the previous available colors. New active frame is good, but overall liked the prevous design bit better.

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mikeplus1

I wish these app write ups would include a detailed description of the differences between the free and paid versions of the app along with the costs. I would prefer more of this information in the BlackBerry AppWorld description from the developer as well. TY

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massterra

Honestly, one of the very few daily apps I use. Freak'n love it!

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