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:
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
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
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
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
Battery drain bug eliminated
Lazy Lists is free and available for all BlackBerry 10 devices. What more could you wish for?
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