From Chris Haynes:
When's That is a beautiful app to keep track of the important events in your life.- Want to know how long it is until you jet off to New York for that amazing weekend?- How about when you're supposed to be Best Man at your best friend's wedding?- And, your wedding anniversary... better not forget that one!When's That will track these events, and notify you on your iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch when they happen.Features:- Countdown timer in years, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds.- Timer counts up once an event has happened, so you can also track past events.- Current weather for each event's location.- A background image for each event - choose a good one to make it beautiful!- Set a 'cover' event and open the app to see that event take up the full screen of your iPhone or iPad - it really does look gorgeous.- Choose a different font for each event's name.- Local notifications on your iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch when an event happens, or at a specified period before an event happens.- Add notes to each event so you can remember the important details.- A Today widget in the Notification Centre, showing your cover event.- Works on Apple Watch. See your cover event as a glance, and make any event into the cover event using force touch.- Now a Universal app, which will work on your iPhone and iPad.- Event can be added to Spotlight Search, so you can jump straight into an event from the search screen on the device's Home screen.
Bug fix for v2.0.1:- If you had protected your events with Touch ID, and tried to switch between apps, When's That wouldn't have removed the blocking image, so you couldn't actually switch back to the app. Sorry. All fixed now.Stuff for v2.0:LOTS OF NEW STUFF!- When's That is now a Universal app, so it will run on both your iPhone and iPad.-- In landscape on the iPad, your cover event is displayed to the right of the list of events. In portrait, it's shown fullscreen, but you can show the list of events by swiping from the left edge of the screen.-- SlideOver is supported.- For those of you with an iPhone with 3D Touch, you can add a new event or view the cover event by force-pressing the app icon on the home screen, and you can 'peek' and 'pop' an event in the list.- You're now asked if you really want to delete an event.- Weather temperature can now be displayed in C or F.- The countdown can now show as days, as days and weeks, or as days, weeks and years.- The cover event now shows the date of the event, its category, and notes.- Added that swish parallax effect where the background moves when you move your device. It's on the cover view and views where you see a fullscreen image, like the font preview screen.- Re-engineered the way the app is constructed, so it will now be in the same state you leave it. For example, if you add or edit an event, switch to a different app, and switch back, the edit screen will be displayed with your changes so you can continue where you left off.NOTE: Due to re-engineering the code, your cover event will likely be reset on first launch. You can then set the correct cover event as you like. It will be retained on subsequent launches.BUGFIXES:- Fixed an issue where the Today widget in the Notification Centre would sometimes resize itself wrongly.- Sorting search results would unnecessarily update the data sent to your Watch.- Some processing was done to send events to an Apple Watch without first checking if you had one connected and paired. That'll save you a tiny amount of battery life, but it's important to fix the little things, and sometimes, the tiniest of tiny things :)- You can now only search and sort when you have more than one event (obvious, really).- The countdown timer would sometimes be blank and take a second to display.- In the edit/add event screen, if you pressed Cancel without dismissing the tip balloon, the app may have crashed.- When adding a new event, if you hadn't granted the app access to the camera, it may not have been possible to choose an image, even from the template images supplied.- If an event was about to occur and you had the app open, the alert would crash the app. Bit of a silly one, that.- Creating a new event on the iOS app, then immediately trying to see it fullscreen on your Watch would produce a blank screen because the image wasn't transferred in time, and left the screen black with no details.- The "0d" days remaining count by an event in the list would be green even though the event time had passed. It will now correctly be red.- If the Watch app doesn't have any events but the iOS app does, it will launch the iOS app in the background and retrieve them. This covers cases where you may have installed the iOS app but not the Watch app and installed it later on, or have installed it previously and removed it. In some cases, the Watch Glance or app may take a few seconds to retrieve the data, but it will happen.NOTE: The passcode screen isn't entirely compatible with iOS 9, and has been removed. It will be brought back when I can fix it. At the moment, the only way to secure your events is with Touch ID if you have it. Sorry.