Scratch Version 1.1 — Tons of New Features!
We’ve been hard at work since the initial release of Scratch a few weeks back, adding lots of new features and fixing bugs as well. Version 1.1 addresses the most popular feedback we’ve received and streamlines the Dropbox export/append workflow even further (making it crazy-fast to append to recent files, create new files with auto-naming and more) and adds support for Open In…, Launch Center Pro and TextExpander.
This update is available today, jam-packed with new stuff:
“Open In…” action in Export menu
Open your notes in any iOS application that supports it! Pages, Evernote and all the rest.
Recent Dropbox files and folders
Now your most recently used folders and files are only one tap away. It’s easier than ever to export data to Dropbox!
Boom. Go crazy with your snippets.
URL Scheme support
Use Scratch in Launchpad or anywhere else you’d like that supports URL schemes. (
scratch:// to launch,
scratch://new for a new note or
scratch://new?text=anything for a pre-populated note.)
Preference to auto-name new Dropbox files
Let Scratch automatically name new Dropbox files so you don’t have to. Lightning-fast exporting!
Default new file name is now timestamp-based
Rather than using “Untitled” and forcing you to choose a name every time you create a new file on Dropbox, Scratch will default to a timestamp-based name for easy sorting.
And plenty of little fixes to make Scratch even sharper:
- Fixed a potential crash when editing crazy-large files.
- Fixed a visual bug when choosing folks from the address book when exporting via Message or Mail.
- Fixed a few bugs where the entire note would export instead of a selection.
- Fixed scrolling in the file name field when creating a new file on Dropbox.
- Miscellaneous other little fixes all over.
Thank you very much for using Scratch and for your support. We’ve loved all the feedback so far—please keep sending it our way! And, of course, rating and reviewing in the app store is always helpful.