Studiometry Touch 1.0.1 approved by Apple

Studiometry Touch 1.0.1 is now live in the App Store. You can download it for free (but a Touch license that enables syncing with Studiometry is $39.95 USD/year) at:

Here is the official change log:

  • iOS 4.0 Compatability
  • Can now assign employees to To Dos on Stage templates (requires sync with Studiometry 8.0 and later)
  • Compatible with new split permissions to view or edit reports and invoices (requires sync with Studiometry 8.0)
  • Tweaked several small issues related to Employee permissions
  • Fixed an issue causing a crash on setups that color Projects based on their Clients color

This is a small update containing a few fixes, and we will have another one out soon with more of the features that are coming in Studiometry 8.0, such as Blueprints and Project stage improvements. These feature upgrades will happen continuously with Studiometry Touch to go along with the new features we add into Studiometry upgrades.

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Sneak Peak: Studiometry 8.0 Blueprints Feature

“How do I add common expense items to a project?”

This has been a popular question lately with Studiometry user, and until now we had a few workarounds but no real solution. In Studiometry 7.x and older, if you wanted to add similar items to multiple projects you’d have to either (a) find the Debt/Credit and copy & paste it, or (b) have to go through the hassle of setting up a debt/credit category specifically for that item. Neither of these were great solutions.

For Studiometry 8.0, we’ve created a great new feature called Blueprints. Blueprints are basically template Debt/Credits that can be used throughout Studiometry to add popular items to your projects. Once setup, it’s incredibly easy to add Blueprints to your projects.

The Blueprints features in Studiometry go deeper than just adding expenses, though. You can actually associate your Blueprints with Project Templates so they are automatically added to new projects.

Real world example: You have a common project you do, we’ll call it “Website Project”, which includes a monthly maintenance fee and a setup fee. Instead of having to manually enter these fees every time you start a new Website Project, you can simply add a couple of Blueprints to your project template to have the fees automatically added as billable expenses on all new Website Projects.

On top of that, you can even setup Estimated, Non-Billable, and Purchase Order Blueprints. This means you can create itemized estimates for your Project Templates beforehand and Studiometry will automatically populate your project when it is created.

Check back soon for more previews of upcoming Studiometry 8 features! Also don’t forget that all new Studiometry 7.x licenses purchased in July and August will receive a free upgrade to Studiometry 8.

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Studiometry 7.1.3 Released – Free upgrade to 8.0 for new purchases

Studiometry 7.1.3 was released today with several updates including a new Catalan localization, a few bug fixes, and the ability to show and sort by Client ID numbers in the clients list. This update is free for all registered Studiometry 7.x users and can be downloaded immediately via this link.

On a related note, we are now announcing the free-upgrade-grace-period for Studiometry 8.0. If you purchase a new Studiometry 7.x license anytime on or after today, you will get a complimentary upgrade code for Studiometry 8.0 when it is released. Basically any new Studiometry licenses purchased now will work with all updates we release until Studiometry 9 is released in late 2011.

Thanks for reading and check the blog soon for more details on features we’re adding to the upcoming Studiometry 8.0 release!