The Future of
With the release of iOS 11, TraxItAll no longer runs on iOS devices. The app, along with your data, will remain on your phone (unless of course you choose to delete it), but if you try to open it you will get a message stating that the app needs to be updated.
Our Current Plan
We first began to market this unique daily tracking and goal-setting tool back in the fall of 2004, almost 13 years ago, as a Palm OS app. We ported it to the iOS in March of 2010. So, we’ve been around for a long time, much longer than most other App Store vendors, and our plan is to continue in this business.
For some time we’ve been focusing our development resources on a new app, which we’re quite excited about, but it’s taken much longer than we ever thought it would to get that app finished and out on the store. The good news is, that project is very close to completion. (Please stay tuned for that announcement; click here to get the latest TraxItAll news.) Once that’s done, our plan is to turn our focus again to getting the new version of TraxItAll out.
What You Should Do
In the meantime, we encourage you to keep TraxItAll somewhere on your device, even though you won’t be able to open it. This is important because doing so will enable you to automatically receive the updated version when it does come out. Moreover, this will also protect your TraxItAll data.
If you have a significant amount of TraxItAll data you should also be sure to back that up. We explain how to do that at the bottom of this post.
One Option: Use TraxItAll
on an Older Device
As far as continuing to use TraxItAll at the present time, there is one option that may work for some people. That is, if you have an old iPhone or iPad that you don’t need to, or can’t, update to iOS 11, you can run the current version of TraxItAll on that device until the new version comes out. You can still download TraxItAll to such devices from the iTunes store.
if you want to transfer your TraxItAll data to that device, please follow the instructions on this page: