Singapore Buses 2023 is very much a version 1 of a version 2. It's written entirely using SwiftUI—dropping UIKit altogether—while adopting some of the latest Swift and iOS features. tl;dr...download now! What's New? * Singapore Buses now supports Look Around (where available) so you can see the
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Siri Suggestions, absolute time, and more.
Singapore Buses v1.1 is out now and includes the follow changes and updates. New in 1.1: * A map has been added at the bottom of the Arrivals Card showing the position—if available—of arriving buses. Improved in 1.1: * At larger text sizes, the route list will
Release notes for Singapore Rail 2021.10. macOS: * Technical changes to support modern concurrency on macOS 12 * Revised Support links (Discord replaced with Discourse) iOS/iPadOS: * Revised Support links (Discord replaced with Discourse)
This update to Singapore Rail includes the following iOS 15 related changes: * Service downtime notifications are now marked as time-sensitive, which allows them to override Focus and Do Not Disturb settings. This can be configured in Focus within the Settings app. * The refresh button has been removed on iOS
The World's Favourite Open Source RSS ReaderTM has been updated to version 6.0 on iPhone and iPad. I don't often write about releases, but this one is significant and it's been almost a year in the making. The headline features of this release are iCloud syncing, Twitter and Reddit
This update to Singapore Rail includes the following changes: * Discord has been added as an available support option. * Improves Siri Shortcuts so that they are now configurable. * Fixes the display size of executed Siri Shortcuts.
Singapore Rail 2021.2 is out now, and it’s the first version that supports iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. Three platforms, one codebase: it’s built using the latest version of SwiftUI [https://developer.apple.com/swiftUI]. 2021.2 is very much version 1 of version 2. * Native, multiplatform app