Version 2.2 of iMalt was just submitted to Apple for review. Here is a brief walk-through of all the new features.
New Dashboard with Live Updates
The dashboard is the new starting point of the app. The purpose of the dashboard is to give the user a quick overview of what the app does. At the bottom of the dashboard you can see the latest updates from the iTasteNote users. Content updates from the iTasteNote Cloud will also appear here. If you tap the live update area (on an iPhone 3GS or newer) you will see a list of the latest updates. The cloud button in the upper right corner lets you manage your iTasteNote Cloud settings.
The new version of iMalt also makes it possible to export data in the CSV file format. In every whisky list view you tap the compose button in the upper right corner to send an e-mail containing the data in the list in PDF and CSV. In the whisky detail view the compose button is in the bottom tool bar.
Personal and iTasteNote Statistics
If you tap the info button in the upper left corner when viewing the dashboard, you will be able to navigate to personal and iTasteNote updates. You will also be able to toggle Wi-Fi only on and off. This determins which connnection types should be allowed for fetching live update. The personal statistics gives you an overview of your collection, whish list etc. in numbers. The iTasteNote statistics gives you an overview of the most active iTasteNote Cloud users.
Post Your Rating to Twitter
From the My Tasting Notes view it is possible to tweet your rating of the bottle. Just tap the Twitter button in the lower right corner to compose the tweet automatically once your have rated the bottle.
Re-order Single Malts Category View
The last new feature in iMalt 2.2 is re-ordering of the single malts category view. Tap the edit button in the lower left corner start re-ordering.
Well, that’s it. I hope you will find it useful!