Exploring the iOS 7 update: Monday Productivity Pointers

Published by | Monday, September 30th, 2013

Exploring the iOS 7 Update

Explore Monday Productivity Pointers at lynda.com.


This week on Monday Productivity Pointers, we’ll take a look at the iOS 7 update, and some of the handy new features it brings to Apple devices. iOS 7 represents a big step forward for iPhones and iPads, complete with a fresh new “flat design” user interface, and over 200 new features across almost every functional area of your device. If you’re still undecided about updating your Apple mobile devices, this week’s Pointer is right up your alley. I’ll focus on the most helpful new features and key workflow changes in iOS 7 so you can be productive right away.

Watch the movie above to get started exploring iOS 7, and be sure to check back next week for more Productivity Pointers!

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10 Responses to “Exploring the iOS 7 update: Monday Productivity Pointers

  1. Jeff says:

    I can’t get the Lynda app to work on iOS 7. It starts to open and the crashes within seconds every time. This is on the iPad. Are there any known fixes for this?

  2. Brian says:

    Same thing with me. As soon as it opens, it crashes

  3. TL says:

    Yeah, I’ll second that. As of today, that app ‘still’ crashes on IOS7 on start-up. I’ve been trying to get it to run for over a week and I’ve been looking for IOS7 update to the app to fix issue. To date, the issue still persists. Is there a coming fix?

  4. jimmy says:

    Great. Now make your iPad app work properly in iOS 7. It crashes on launch.

    • Have you tried reinstalling the app, Jimmy? This has worked for many to resolve problems after upgrading to iOS 7, but we’re also looking at very specific cases of crashing at startup and are working towards getting an update onto the App Store once it’s addressed and fixed. Thanks for the heads-up.

  5. Dan says:

    This app is garbage. It only crashes on ios 7. You should be ashamed of yourselves. You sell teachings on how to make apps and your own app that costs over $35 a month to access is just a crashes. Shame on you Lynda . Com!!!

    • Dan-
      A) did you try reinstalling the app as noted above? This solved the problem for many.
      B) As I also noted above, we were well in process of fixing some last-minute bugs that appeared with the release version of iOS 7. Beta releases don’t always behave the same way as the final, public releases, but Apple finally cleared our version 3.0.2 for update/download within minutes of your comment, which addresses these exact issues. I’d recommend removing your current app and reinstalling the new 3.0.2 version ASAP.

      Hope this helps out.

  6. Ron says:

    Deleting and reinstalling the app works!!

    • Great to hear, Ron!
      Between a clean reinstall and the current (3.0.2) version of the app, hopefully that nasty little bug will be easily squashed by all who had encountered it. Please let us know if not, of course.

  7. TL says:

    Yep! That works!

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