Version 1

Version 1.1.3

  • Restructured some source code in order to allow me to implement new feature more easily.
  • Deactived the context menu when multiple links are selected since the actions only support one link for now.
  • The button to reset the formatting of links in the copy view is now working.
  • You can now choose a label for a link from the context menu.
  • The view for editing a link or copying links does not crash anymore on macOS.
  • Fixed a bug where pasting a link from the pasteboard would result in a crash on macOS.
  • Added a Shortcuts action to open a saved link in LinkBin’s browser view.
  • Added a Shortcuts action to create a label.

Version 1.1.2

  • Fixed a bug where saving a link through the Safari extension on macOS would result in a crash.
  • Fixed a German translation in an info pop-up.
  • Added the ability to save a link or a label by pressing the return key on the keyboard.
  • The in-app browser is macOS is now scalable.
  • Added the possibility to edit a link’s URL after it has been saved.

Version 1.1.1

  • You now have the ability to open a link in the device’s default browser via the context menu.
  • Shortcuts actions and widgets can now be configured to query archived links and all links. The latter was added so that you don’t have to recreate a widget or an action when you want to deselect a chosen label.
  • The list with all labels that appears when you configure a Shortcuts action or a widget now comes with icons for a better visual appearance.
  • LinkBin now supports Siri Suggestions.

Version 1.1.0

Okay, this is a big one. Thank you for your patience until this update, I really appreciate it.

  • LinkBin now supports Apple’s Quick Note feature. Open a link with the built-in browser and you’ll be able to deeplink to that website and add notes. Requires iOS 15, iPadOS 15 or macOS 12 Monterey or later.
  • Handoff support is here. Visit a link with the built-in browser and continue on another device where you left off.
  • The macOS version also has an in-app browser now. This can be optionally deactivated from the app’s settings.
  • New Shortcuts action: Copy the newest link into the system clipboard.
  • This update also comes with quite a few widgets. Place them on your homescreen and interact with your links even quicker.
  • Need to copy a link in HTML or a similar format, for example for WordPress? No problem, you can now do this in LinkBin with just a few clicks.
  • A confirmation dialog does not appear anymore when you swipe to delete a link or a label.
  • All Shortcuts actions from iOS and iPadOS are now available on your Mac as well. Requires macOS 12 Monterey or later.
  • You now have the ability to edit a link’s title. This is especially useful when they all have the same generated title, like Google Drive links.
  • Ever wanted to explore more of LinkBin’s features? I got you! There is now a section in settings with some help articles which should give you a better idea about the features the app has to offer.
  • Added a new alternate app icon. Requires a LinkBin Club purchase.

As always, please leave bug reports and feature requests!

Version 1.0.4

  • Implemented a lot of under the hood improvements for iCloud sync. For example, the app don’t crashes anymore when you agree to new terms and conditions.
  • You can now display archived items in the main lists via a new toggle in settings. Archived links show up with an archivebox icon, so that they are visually separated from other entries.

Version 1.0.3

  • Newly created labels that are attached to a link afterwards did not get synced to iCloud in some cases. This is now fixed.
  • The iCloud account status is now determined at every startup to avoid unwanted behaviour.
  • Textfields are now immediately focused when they appear.
  • On macOS, you were not able to create a new label when you wanted to assign it to a link. This is now possible.
  • On iOS and iPadOS, there is now a new button that allows to save a link from the clipboard. This is similar to the CMD+V feature that was introduced in the last version.
  • Editing and deleting labels on macOS was not possible due to a bug introduced in the last version. This is now elliminated.

Version 1.0.2

This new version also comes with some bug fixes, as well as some improvements and two new features.

  • The share extension on iOS now displays a little feedback that indicates if the shared link is saved successfully.
  • You can now rename labels and change their color.
  • On macOS, the button for the privacy policy pointed to a wrong URL. This is now fixed.
  • Save links from the clipboard by pressing CMD + V on an iPad or a Mac. When you have a label open, it will get attached automatically.
  • It is now possible to create a new label from the view where you can assign one to a link.
  • Adjusted the appearance of the buttons for creating a label.

Version 1.0.1

Thank you for using LinkBin and giving feedback. I really appreciate your support. This version contains bug fixes and some minor improvements and additions.

  • LinkBin’s share extension now supports text. This means that you can share a text from a text editing app and LinkBin parses all links in it.
  • Added a share sheet on iOS and a share menu on macOS.
  • If you select black or a dark color for a label’s color, the font color automatically turns to white.
  • Added a link to LinkBin’s Twitter account in settings.
  • Corrected a typo in the App Store description.
  • Adjusted the size of the screenshots on the App Store page so that their content is more readable.

Version 1.0.0

Initial version of LinkBin.