What’s changed and what’s new with Pinswift.
1.4.1 - February 24th, 2015
Support for iPad Pro
Fixes a bug that prevented login using 1Password
1.4.0 - September 22nd, 2015
Preliminary release for iOS9. Embedded Safari can be used for both the external browser and reading mode.
1.3.4 - July 1st, 2015
Fixes a bug that causes Pinswift to crash when transitioning between bookmark and web page and improves tag suggestions for non-english users.
1.3.3 - April 30th, 2015
Fixes a bug introduced in 1.3.2 which prevented users from saving bookmarks for URLs on the pasteboard. Also includes several fixes for iPad users which prevented various screens from appearing properly.
Users of iOS 8.3 can now delete tags while editing bookmarks by using the backspace key.
1.3.2 - March 30th, 2015
Pinswift 1.3.2 features a new and improved policy for determining how and when bookmarks have changed. Changes you’ve made on the pinboard website should now appear in the app much faster without having to manually refresh.
- A bug in parsing code caused bookmarks to not appear in some circumstances
- Popovers in iPad version appear/disappear inconsistently
- Send to Omnifocus action does not include URL
- multiple blockquotes directly following each other are formatted incorrectly
- Twitter usernames with underscores are not detected correctly in bookmark description
1.3.1 - November 14th, 2014
- Share extension is now available from within many more apps
- Fix for several crashing bugs
1.3.0 - October 3rd, 2014
- iOS 8 Share Extension: You can now save pages to pinboard in any app that uses the system share menu.
- Intelligent suggestion of bookmark title and description. Suggestions are shown as placeholders so that a user can easily overwrite them. Swiping left allows the user to clear the suggestion, while swiping right allows a user to “accept” the suggestion and then edit
- User can choose (via Settings) for suggested titles to be automatically shortened based on page metadata. When enabled, title “junk” like domain names is removed
- User can choose (via Settings) when a description is suggested.
- New tagging system displays suggested tags inline and allows a user to quickly add all suggested tags
- Support for canonical URLs: If turned on, Pinswift will bookmark and share the canonical URL specified in a page (if it exists) instead of the page URL. Many sites with separate desktop and mobile sites have their canonical URLs setup so that a page on the mobile site has a canonical URL pointing to the desktop site. This setting (hopefully) allows one to save and share the desktop version of a page without have to resort to editing the URL
- Improved browser performance using the WKWebKit API
- Improved 1Password integration. Web pages with password fields can now be auto-filled by 1Password through the share menu.
- Photos, animated GIFS, PDFs, and other non-HTML URLs can be opened in other applications with “Open In…” action in share menu.
- Improved support for non-viewable URLs like zip files
- Twitter links and usernames can now be opened in the Twitter app of your choosing
- Links to lists of bookmarks on Pinboard.in are opened natively in Pinswift a.k.a “pin-ception”
- Support for native app linking using Facebook App Links and Twitter Cards. When an link app is detected, you can open the page in its native app via the share menu. Github pages can be opened in iOctoCat
- Improve adoption of Dynamic Type
- Tags are now shown in bookmark lists
- Added support for viewing starred bookmarks
- Support for blockquote tag in bookmark description.
- Bookmark view displays a block quote with special formatting and
- “Paste As Blockquote” action is available in popup menu when editing bookmarks
- Addition to URL Scheme for opening in a URL in the Pinswift web browser (
- Improved share functionality via URL schemes for:
1.2.4 - August 29th, 2014
Fixed a bug that caused Pinswift to crash when run on the iOS8 beta
1.2.2 - June 12th, 2014
Fix for bookmark parsing bug that caused app to crash for some non-English languages.
1.2.1 - June 1st, 2014
Fixed several bugs introduced in version 1.2.0 which could cause Pinswift to crash
1.2.0 - May 2nd, 2014
The Pinswift 1.2.0 release adds a number of features around tagging and brings the much-requested “readable” view to the Pinswift browser. The iPad version has getting some love as well, with redesigned screens which leverage iOS7-style blur effects. Bugs have been squashed, and the bolts holding everything have been tightened. Enjoy!
New and improved:
- Readable view in web browser. User may choose between Instapaper or Readability mobilizers
- Tag browser with the ability to rename and delete tags
- Search history providing auto-completion of frequently used searches
- Private tags are styled different than public tags
- Previously unused tags are styled differently when editing bookmarks. May be disabled in settings
- “List Actions” allowing you to act on lists of bookmarks. Currently supports:
- Adding Bookmarks
- Sharing via email/clipboard
- Add as saved search
- Updated UI for iPad for Search and Bookmark List views
- Tap and hold on bookmark to view in external browser
1.1.1 - March 22nd
Bug fixes and performance enhancements. Added setting for “Debug Mode” which will enable users having problems to send a detailed log file to support.
1.1.0 - February 12th, 2014
Pinswift is now a Universal app available for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.
- Support for landscape mode
- Search by user (tags or text)
- Support for Readability as a read-it-later service
- Improved support for sharing and saving with unreliable network connections
- Users having bookmarks with certain curious charachters in title or description were unable to see their bookmarks
1.0.2 - January 2nd, 2014
- Crash when bookmarking some pages with non UTF-8 encodings
- Crash when viewing certain bookmarks
1.0.1 - December 12th, 2013
- Users without content in Network are shown an error alert
- Users with exceptionally strong passwords are unable to login
- Crash when viewing certain bookmarks
Celebrated with a glass of Dogfish Head Burton Baton
1.0 - December 9th, 2013
Celebrated with a bottle of Avery Hog Heavan