Remember The Milk for Mac

The handy standalone app.

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Release notes

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v1.1.8 -- April 20, 2017

  • New: Smart Add comes to the desktop! A quick keyboard shortcut brings up Smart Add wherever you are, and you can start adding. The Smart Add Hotkey is ⌥ + ⌘ + M. Prefer a different keyboard shortcut? Head to ‘Account settings’ then ‘Desktop’ to change it.
  • Updated: The browser engine has been updated to Chrome 56.

v1.1.3 -- September 27, 2016

  • Fixed an issue where some users were unable to launch the app due to a JavaScript error.
  • Fixed an issue with the automatic updater on macOS.

v1.1.2 -- September 22, 2016

  • Updated our browsing engine to Chrome 53 for faster and better everything.
  • Fixed an issue with geocoding requests failing in some cases.

v1.1.1 -- September 5, 2016

  • Fixed an issue with zoom not being retained across restarts of the app.

v1.1.0 -- August 29, 2016

This is a whole new Remember The Milk for Mac! Okay, you might not see a big difference, but believe us -- it's all new. We've switched from the WebKit/WKWebKit framework built into OS X to a shiny new Chrome-based engine provided by Electron.

Why did we do this, you ask? (Or maybe you didn't ask, in which case... hey! how's it going?)

Well, here are some reasons:

  • Everything's just much faster. You can now scroll a big list of tasks at 60fps because we can use your GPU to draw things. Due to bugs in WebKit, we had to disable this in the old version. Not anymore!
  • We can keep things updated and give you the latest and greatest browsing engine. Any time Google releases a new Chrome, we can release a new Remember The Milk with all the new improvements. With the old version, we were stuck on the built-in version until a new Safari release.
  • Fewer bugs. Yup, Bob's been battling all sorts of issues in WKWebKit. He had to reinvent printing (not supported!), fast offline storage (not supported by default), zooming, geolocation, etc, etc. The list could go on. All these things come for almost free now. No reinventing the wheel. Woohoo!
  • Shared code across platforms. We now have a Windows app and a Linux app. They all work the exact same way and give the best experience possible on each platform. Hooray!

v1.0.2 -- February 3, 2016

Initial release.