January 26, 2022
This update mainly adds two new capabilities to Planrow, namely that the app is now offline-capable, and the sync feature for Planrow Pro users now has live replication.
The Planrow app is now offline-capable, which means that it is able to fully operate even if your device doesn't have an internet connection, from starting the app to using it to write your notes and complete tasks.
For Planrow Pro users, the sync feature is paused if you don't have a connection, and later seamlessly resumes if the app detects your internet status has recovered in its periodic checks. Any changes made on your device or elsewhere will then get securely synced to the server upon resumption of your internet connection, so you don't have to worry about missing out on local changes in the event that you're offline.
Also to note that, of course, authenticating your account with your email and password will still require an internet connection, which also applies if you have "Authenticate At Startup" turned on in Settings. You also need to be online in order to change your password from within the app.
Another improvement to do with the multi-device sync feature available only for Planrow Pro users, live replication propagates your changes made onto all your devices in real-time.
This means that changes made elsewhere are no longer only retrieved during the app's initial start, but continously throughout your usage, and you're always working with the latest and most updated version of your notes and tasks.