updated 06:05 pm EDT, Fri June 25, 2010
OmniFocus update adds multitasking
Pangea has released updates for several of its iPhone applications to add support for Apple's new handset, while OmniFocus has been updated with multitasking support
Pangea Software has updated all of its current iPhone games, adding full compatibility with the new iPhone 4 and iOS 4. The updates add native support for the new retina display, enabling each game to operate at the native 960x640 resolution. Updated titles include Enigmo, a puzzle game where players direct falling water droplets; Cro-Mag Rally, an arcade-style racing game with a variety of of stone-age vehicles; Warheads, a Missle Command style game; Bugdom 2, an action-adventure game where players take control of a grasshopper, and more. All of Pangea Software's applications can be found in the App Store with prices ranging from free up to $10.
OmniFocus 1.7 adds multitasking and retina display support
OmniFocus, a task management application for the iPhone and iPod touch, has been updated to take advantage of new features found in iOS 4. The v1.7 release adds full multitasking support, along with updated artwork for the higher resolution display. Database optimizations can now be completed in the background, while local notifications can be configured to present alerts for due tasks without the need to sync with a server. OmniFocus 1.7 also includes an updated Completed perspective, in addition to a variety of small improvements and bug fixes. The updated version is now available in the App Store for $20.