A Sneak Peek at LifeTopix 5.0

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Team LightArrow is very excited about some of the improvements we are making in the 5.0 update (free for all existing users) of LifeTopix. It’s already been submitted to the app store for review, and we are keeping our fingers crossed that it’ll be available to our users in the next few days.

First of all: the new app icon! Our graphic designers have gone for a fresher look that signifies productivity, completeness, and makes LifeTopix stand out – as it actually does from the rest. We think it’s a beauty!

5.0 looks very different. We took a lot of feedback from our users on usability and a more powerful way to navigate between views.

The new features in 5.0 are listed in Our Roadmap page, but we wanted to share some of the screens here for our users for a sneak peek. We hope you like the way 5.0 looks and works. We are hopeful that no changes are required to be made for the approval of this update.

Here are a few more screenshots!

My Topics on the iPad

My Topics on the iPad

 

Home view - What's Next on the iPad

Home view – What’s Next on the iPad

 

My Calendar on the iPad

My Calendar on the iPad

 

Quick Menu for easy access to frequent actions

Quick Menu for easy access to frequent actions

 

Near Me view on the iPad

Near Me view on the iPad

 

My Apps view on the iPhone and iPod touch

My Apps view on the iPhone and iPod touch

 

Note Detail with Slide In Panel on the iPhone

Note Detail with Slide In Panel on the iPhone

 

Hot List view on the iPhone

Hot List view on the iPhone

 

My Topics on the iPhone

My Topics on the iPhone

 

Tasks + Projects topic on the iPhone

Tasks + Projects topic on the iPhone

 

We cannot wait until our users get their hands on LifeTopix 5! As always, we’ll continue to improve the app and have some amazing things in store over the next few months. Thank you for taking the time to view these screenshots.

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    • Team LightArrow says:

      Russ:

      Thank you for reaching out to us.

      We have a free Mac OS Client App, LightAr­row AirAc­cess™. It is a pow­er­ful and effi­cient desk­top client that allows you to con­nect, wire­lessly, from your Mac to the LightArrow App run­ning on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. It makes data entry eas­ier into the app by being able to use the Mac’s big­ger screen and key­board. It han­dles a sub­set of the data sup­ported by Life­Topix and My.Agenda.

      For more information see: http://lightarrow.com/airaccess

      We are also currently working on full-fledged desktop apps for Mac OS and Windows 8.1.

      Best Regards,
      Team LightArrow
      Austin TX

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  1. Jason Washburn says:

    I don’t know if someone has already brought this up but maybe having a debt pay down feature that keeps track of debt and let’s you know if you pay a certain amount how long it would take in months or years for example a car loan for 10000 and your paying 200 a month how long would it take to pay it off

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    • LightArrow says:

      Hi Jason,
      Thanks for the great suggestion. We hope to add loan and payment calculators and similar utilities into our Finances section in the future.
      Best regards,
      Team LightArrow

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  2. James says:

    I have a feature request. How about the ability to optionally set a tax rate on each shopping list item, and if set, add the percentage amount to the item price and calculate the total item cost? As an example, I know of a tax rate that applies to most items in a shopping list at the rate of 8.675% If lifetopix could take the item price multiplied by the number of items calculate the tax amount against that, generating the total cost for the item, would be a tremendously useful feature.

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    • LightArrow says:

      Hi James,
      That’s a great suggestion! We’ll try to implement a configurable way of doing this in the near future.
      Best regards,
      Team LightArrow

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  3. Melanie Stark says:

    I have a request for a feature I would like. I would really like to be able to make a customizable template for a written log. I really want to do a gratitude journal of sorts, but I want to make my own catagories, I.e. what did I accomplish today? What good deed did I do? Etc. and I want to be able to change it as I change so that I can do a nightly check in with myself and my life. It seems like this could be fairly simple to add to this app if u created a function in the logs to make some text boxes.

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    • LightArrow says:

      Hi Melanie,
      What a great idea! We are looking at adding two things in the near future that may help. 1. Daily checklists/to do lists from an execution perspective to make it easier to for certain things are done on a daily basis, and 2. Log forms with long items that support text responses (today they are primarily numeric responses with associated comments). We think the second one would allow to create a “daily form” that allows you to journal notes across several things in a custom form that you create.
      As we make more progress on defining how these features would work and plan them for a specific release, we’ll update our roadmap page.
      Keep it coming!
      Best regards,
      Team LightArrow

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      • Melanie Stark says:

        I’m really looking forward to this update! I also am excited to see the integration with popular online services. I wonder if caloriecount.com and mint.com are on the radar?

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        • LightArrow says:

          Hi Melanie,
          Those are on the radar. We are investigating if they support other apps to integrate with them.
          Best regards,
          Team LightArrow

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