The Rego BlogStories of adventures — and updates
A brief history of Rego Five years ago, in 2012, we launched Rego, the app we created for keeping track of our favorite places, and during the next four years we maintained it with the regular introduction of enhancements and new features. That was possible because,...read more
Critical Update — Rego users must update to version 2.6 before January 26, 2017. Please read this post carefully. Rego uses an online service for certain things: Sharing a place with someone else Publishing a collection of places Importing new places that you’ve added...read more
In Rego 2.6, available in a few days, you will be able to select multiple photos in Photos.app, and “share” them with Rego, immediately creating a batch of new places. How might you use this feature? When I'm on a weekend vacation, I'll now snap photos directly in...read more
With the iPhone model 6s and above (including the new iPhone 7), Apple introduced a technology known as "3D Touch", which is activated when you forcefully press an object on the screen. For example, when you press down on an app icon on your device's home screen,...read more
With a morning to kill in Velez-Málaga, Spain, I decided to explore the mountains behind the town, using Rego. This article explains how I did it. Finding my routes At dinner last night, I used my iPhone to login to Wikiloc—a huge database of GPS tracks—and search for...read more
We're happy to announce the immediate availability of Rego version 2.4.4, which includes the following two enhancements: Default Foursquare image — When a new place is created from a Foursquare search result, we pull in the Foursquare default image as the place...read more
Rego 2.3, currently in review at Apple, is one of the most exciting releases to date, as we add support for GPS track files. Many apps focus on the recording of tracks. But that’s of less importance to me, for two reasons. First, I don’t want to consume the battery of...read more
Together, the Rego app and the online Rego Dashboard make planning, experiencing, capturing and sharing your trips easier and better than ever. Here's the five-step process. Step 1, Planning — When planning your trip, you'll probably want to start at the online Rego...read more
While working on a minor Rego update to fix a few bugs, we decided to add a handful of small, but frequently requested features. Edit color labels — You can now edit the names of the color labels. For example, instead of “Yellow”, your yellow pins can refer to, “Cafes...read more
Rego 2 has just been approved by Apple and is available for sale or update in the App Store. In principal, Rego is a very simple product—you use it to privately bookmark the places that matter to you and then capture moments related to those places in the form of...read more
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