Saturday, June 8th, 2019
After years in development Soulver 3 for Mac is finally here. It's a fantastic update with 50+ new features.
Soulver 3 features a re-designed user interface (with dark mode support), and a new expression analyzer written in Swift. We've added nearly all of your most frequently requested features, with new support for calendar calculations, sub-total lines, cryptocurrencies, multi-word variables, variable auto-completing, number scrubbing and functions for working with proportions.
Soulver 3 now manages your "sheets" for you in a sidebar. You can also make folders to organize your sheets. Drag sheets out into Finder to create a file to share with other Soulver users.
This update deepens our integration with macOS & we've added some new possibilities for automation. There's a new command-line interface, an Automator action, an Alfred workflow, Calculate Anywhere services and URL schemes.
We've also taken this opportunity to simplify Soulver. We've removed some of the less useful features and refined some of the clunkier syntaxes & behaviors. As such, some expressions supported by Soulver 2 are no longer supported by Soulver 3. Check the Soulver 3 documentation for a full list of new features and advice on migrating from Soulver 2.
Soulver 3 is available for download now from Soulver.app and requires macOS 10.14.4 or later. We hope you enjoy the new version.
Sunday, November 19th, 2017
We’re happy to announce support for iOS 11 and iPhone X. An update back in August also added support for slide over & split view on iPad.
On iOS, there have been a number of general improvements to Soulver in recent updates. These include undo support, recovery for deleted saved files, and the ability to move files between Dropbox & iCloud. We've also made some subtle visual improvements, with brighter text colors, & refreshed toolbar icons. The updates to Soulver for iOS are free for all existing users.
We're been using TestFlight to test new features for iOS, and it's great. If you’re interested in becoming a Soulver beta tester, just send an email to [email protected]
And we recently changed sources for currency & stock data following the permanent shut down of Yahoo Finance's free API that we’d been using for the last 10 years. In the latest updates, Soulver gets real-world currency rates from CurrencyLayer, Bitcoin rates from CoinBase, and stock prices from AlphaAdvantage on the Mac.
Tuesday, September 20th, 2016
Good news, the recently released Soulver 2.6 is fully compatible with macOS 10.12 (Sierra). Version 2.6 brings with it one of our most frequently received requests: tabs! You can create a new tab with ⌘-option-n, or set the system preference (under "Dock") to make tabs the default for new documents in all apps on macOS that support the feature.
We are also happy that Apple has finally relaxed the rules concerning iCloud access. Now both the version of Soulver downloaded directly from us, and the one purchased from the App Store, are able to access iCloud Drive.
Soulver 2.6 is a free update for registered users of Soulver 2 and owners of the App Store version. Happy tabbing!