Added iCloud support to synchronize decks across multiple iOS 7 devices, fixed a bug which made it difficult to name a deck on iPhones, changed the default background from a brick wall to a stone garden. (You can set your own default background by clicking on settings and choosing any image on your device.)
The handy, rapid-fire, note-taking app is now available for the iPhone and the iPad.
One single download gives you note-taking power on either (or both) platforms.
:::How to use ThinkerDeck:::
Put one note or idea per card. Create a new Deck by dragging one Card on top of another until it wiggles. Then, drag all related Cards into the new Deck. Later, spread the Cards from a Deck out into a grid view. Here they can be dragged into new positions to order and visualize your notes. Flag important Cards and Decks with any of 9 colors.
:::ThinkerDeck Use Cases:::
--Students can quickly take notes in class and use color-coding to swiftly highlight notes of particular importance. Notes can later be organized and put into Decks for easy study.
--Writers, filmmakers and other artists can record their impressions using ThinkerDeck to quickly and continuously capture random thoughts and challenging ideas -- later reading over them, pulling relevant concepts into their own separate decks.
--Educators can use ThinkerDeck to brainstorm curriculum planning, using a combination of color coding and Decks to hone a curriculum into it's final form.
--Business people can use ThinkerDeck as a way to take notes in meetings. It also makes an excellent prompter for presentation outlines.
- June 15, 2014 Initial release