A new version of Gearly has just been released. It will slowly roll out to all users within a weeks time.

- Spinners are now searchable! :) 
- Added a confirmation dialog when exporting data, so it is clear where the backup file ends up.

Gearly version 1.2 is starting to roll out. The highlights are:
  • When importing backups, they can now be selected from a list.

  • It is now possible to choose a default view to launch when opening the app (welcome, packing list, my lists and my gear)

  • Added possibility to generetate some basic data to get started.

After a long and sporadic development period, Gearly 1.1 is slowly starting to roll out to users. It will continue to do so in the coming weeks if everything seems to be working fine.
Here are the highlights from the 1.1 release:

- Swedish GUI
- Swedish manual (available from website)
- Ounce (oz) can be used instead of grams to express
weight in the app
- New backup and restore location (backups are now
put in the Documents\Gearly_backups folder. NOTE:
Old backups should be moved to this new folder to
be able to be imported)
- Updated payment framework
- Support for making app crashes easier to analyze
and fix
- Customizations no longer need to have a capital
- Added ability to zoom gear images
- Bug fixes
- Performace fixes

I noticed a few days ago that Gearly had reached over a thousand downloads on the play store. That is great news, and it is already part of the way to the next thousand mark. I checked again this morning and there are currently 1230 downloads, and I am very happy about that! Thanks to everybody that keeps supporting Gearly!