At Jamie’s To Do, we strive for an open communication with our users, implementing almost all of the additional features that are requested.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2015
LanziVision, developer of Jamie’s To Do application for iOS, is excited to announce the release of its iCloud update v3.0. Available for free download on the Apple App Store, the recent update allows users to conveniently issue multi-device syncing via iCloud.
The new Jamie’s To Do v3.0 update uses Apple’s private secure servers to store data in a unique format ensuring user privacy. This enables the user to sync personal lists between multiple devices allowing data to be restored if necessary. The update also fixes a variety of small bugs and utilizes only 0.1MB of iCloud storage.
When game designer and LanziVision Founder John Mikelich’s wife Jamie couldn’t find a list-making tool she liked, he created one for her. The result: Jamie’s To Do. Oprah and Rachel Ray's Peter Walsh ask, "Could there be a more modern take of the classic love letter?" Since its official launch in May of 2014, Jamie’s To Do has been featured by Oprah Magazine as a helpful way to organize your life and by Fast Company as a “Tech Tool Productivity Experts Can’t Live Without.”
“I designed the iCloud update because so many of our users kept requesting it,” says John Mikelich. “At Jamie’s To Do, we strive for an open communication with our users, implementing almost all of the additional features that are requested. On average, we have issued one update per month since launching, and we plan to continue to do so as needed.”
Jamie’s To Do app, available for free download in the Apple App Store, is designed to be extremely easy to use. John and Jamie Mikelich encourage users to utilize the ‘E-Mail Jamie’ function with any suggestions or feedback they have on the app.
For more information regarding Jamie’s To Do or to schedule an interview with John Mikelich, contact Lexie Olson of Melrose PR at Lexie(at)melrosepr(dot)com or 310-260-7901.
About John Mikelich:
Ever since he was a young boy, John Mikelich has always dreamed of creating video games and apps. The idea of designing an interactive world that others could enjoy seemed "magical" to him. After graduating from UC Santa Cruz with degrees in Physics and Computer Science, Mikelich realized his dream by founding gaming and application company, LanziVision, in 2008.
Mikelich loves all that he creates, thus the motto of LanziVision, "We make games we want to play." To date, John has created 10 apps, Jamie’s To Do being his most recent venture. Mikelich made this app for his wife Jamie as a geeky romantic gesture when she couldn't find any to do list apps she liked. A straight forward, no frills to-do list designed to keep it simple. Jamie’s To Do has been featured in Oprah Magazine and the Fast Company. Mikelich promises that the future of LanziVision’s games and apps looks bright as it continues to grow.