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Daylite & Daylite Server 3.13

December 15, 2010 on 10:35 am | ryan

Along with the release of Daylite Touch for iPad today, we’re releasing Daylite and Daylite Server 3.13.

The main reason for this release is the change to the Daylite Touch licensing structure.

Previously, if a user had an iPhone and an iPod touch (or iPad), they’d require 2 licenses to be able to sync both devices with their Daylite database.

When we developed the licensing structure for Daylite Touch, the iPad wasn’t even a rumour. At this time, most Apple customers (and our customers) only used one iOS device – an iPhone OR an iPod touch, as the two products are almost identical.

Sure people had an iPod touch for their car stereo, but in almost all cases, people were accessing Daylite from only one iOS device.

This has since changed, as many people (including us) use both an iPhone AND an iPad on a regular basis.

For the release of Daylite Touch 1.6, which adds native iPad support a user needs only one license of Daylite Touch to support all of their iOS devices. A user will be able to run Daylite Touch from their iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad with only one license.

To take advantage of the changes, please make sure you download the latest version of Daylite and Daylite Server (3.13) from here, and download Daylite Touch 1.6 on your iOS device from the App Store directly on your device, or from iTunes on your Mac.

You can read the release notes here.

We want to encourage the use of Daylite Touch, and that means being able to use it from any number of devices.

Happy Holidays!

- Ryan

One Response to “Daylite & Daylite Server 3.13”

  1. Andrew says:

    Still cannot get a clear answer as to whether or not you are compatible with Outlook in Office 2011. Being forced to use Apple Mail is insane. If you want to develop for that, it’s your prerogative, but mail merge should open the default mail client not Apple Mail only! Please let us know what the status of this is.