is a business productivity manager developed by Marketcircle for the iPhone and iPod touch. The app is designed as a companion for the desktop (Mac) version of Daylite
, and suits people that are always on the go. In a blog post, Marketcircle CEO Alykhan Jetha
expresses his enthusiasm towards the warm reception of Daylite touch, while outlining some particularities about the download of Daylite 3.9 via Apple's Downloads page and more.
“It seems like most people are appreciating Daylite Touch and Daylite 3.9 in a big way,” AJ writes. “Even with Sample data in Daylite Touch and a 30-day trial, we’ve broken daily unit sales records in the past couple of days. Something I didn’t expect considering we have a trial period. Thank-you!,” goes AJ's message to Daylite users and visitors of the Marketcircle web site and blog.
AJ goes to explain that people have been eager to try Daylite 3.9 or migrate to it and the new Daylite Server has caused confusion for some users. Marketcircle's CEO has taken this opportunity to outline a few important things, such as the necessity of installing Daylite Server (for those who want to use Daylite Touch, or want to share a database with multiple users/computers) and more. Here
's the full blog post complete with instructions and other references.
“We are going to change a few things around in order to reflect this order better,” AJ continues to inform users. “Unfortunately, places like the Apple Downloads page are linking directly to the Daylite 3.9 disk image which is causing some of the confusion. We are looking to rectify that as well,” he stresses.
AJ adds that the Marketcircle blog will close the comments, as it is “not the best support medium.” Instead, users will have to email their troubles, or visit the forums, AJ explains, promising to help those that have been put on hold as well.