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Daylite, Marketcircle’s customer care and business productivity app for OS X and iOS, has been updated to version 5, nearly two years after the release of version 4. While DL5 looks similar to its predecessor (at least on the Mac), there are a number of changes likely to please current users. Let’s take a look at the improvements in each component of Daylite.

Marketcircle announced today that version 5 of its customer care and business productivity app is available for download on its website and on the iOS App Store.

Daylite 4.3.6 appeared today with one new enhancement and a handful of changes under the hood.

Daylite Touch 4.3.5 is available on the App Store, fixing a crash on iPad and some minor bugs. It also adds support for the latest TextExpander update, which you will need to continue syncing your TextExpander snippets.

A third industry-specific group of settings for Daylite has been released by Marketcircle to address the needs of consultants. Industry Pack for Consultants was created to help consultants manage their clients using a workflow tailored just for them.

If you’ve updated to OS X 10.9.1, then Mail is disabling Daylite Mail Assistant. Update to DMA 4.3.5 (available on Marketcircle’s website) to restore DMA’s functionality.

A new version of Daylite has been released, along with Daylite Server, bringing the entire suite to version 4.3.4. The theme for this update seems to have been “fix sync,” as there are a number of improvements listed in this area.

The second in a series of Daylite “Industry Packs” has been released today, this time for real estate professionals. As I related earlier, Industry Packs (previously known as Presets) are sets of preferences that add to or replace your existing preferences.

Updates to Mail will break DMA compatibility, as Apple disables plugins that don’t identify themselves as being compatible with a specific version of Mail. Mail Update for Mavericks proves the rule.

Mavericks has been out for about two weeks now, long enough to get a sense of how Daylite does or doesn’t work on the new OS. Marketcircle today posted a knowledgebase article on issues with Daylite 4 on Mavericks; the bulk of these are related to CalDAV or DMA, but there don’t appear to be any showstoppers.