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Numerics 4.1 supercharged for iOS 9 and watchOS 2

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We designed Numerics to remove the guesswork out of the decision making process. And are constantly working to improve the way you, our users, consume and interact with your important metrics. To do this, we always like to take advantage of the latest iOS features and technologies and today, we are thrilled to announce the availability of Numerics 4.1.

Numerics 4.1 adds support for all the new iOS 9 productivity features including Split View, Slide Over and Spotlight Search. And an all new watchOS 2.0 app. Here is an in-depth overview of the key enhancements in the new Numerics version:

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Numerics for Apple Watch is here!

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Over 5 months ago we started ideating and designing Numerics for Apple Watch and today we are happy to announce that it is finally live on the App Store.

Ever since Numerics was conceptualized, we believed that its benefits would best manifest on a wearable device. At its heart, Numerics keeps you aware of your key performance indicators - your sales today, number of tasks for the day, your marketing effort’s performance or any other metric that matters most to you. The quick micro interactions with the watch are perfect for consumption of the bite sized information presented by Numerics. And for a lot of practical, day to day use cases, the quick accessibility and availability of your KPIs on your wrist could make all the difference between knowing them at a critical time or ignoring them completely.

So when Apple announced the Apple WatchKit, we set out on our journey to design a killer app for Apple Watch and hoped to align its release with the launch of the Watch itself. Because, what is a smart watch without a great app that drives the user to strap it on everyday.

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The Killer Business App for Apple Watch, is coming

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Since the invention of wristwatches in the 19th century, people have been glancing at them to track time; a changing number thats universally important to everyone. We believe the logical step for a smart watch is to enable its user to track other changing numbers that are more personal and uniquely relevant to the user. As the core aim of Numerics is to aggregate and present numbers and business performance indicators relevant to its user from any possible source, presenting these numbers on smart watches and wearables has been a part of the plan since conceptualisation.

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