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Daylite Touch 4.3.4 is now available on the App Store; one of the bug fixes is for importing from ScanBizCards on the iPad. I did not know that this feature (which already worked on the iPhone) had made it into Daylite 4—I thought this was a Daylite 3-only feature.

Like Mavericks, Apple has announced that the iWork suite—Pages, Numbers, and Keynote—is free with every qualifying new Mac. And if you’re using an older Mac, you can still purchase or upgrade the apps for $20 each. You may want to wait on that upgrade, though, if your workflow depends upon merging iWork documents with Daylite.

Besides the numerous bugs that were squashed in today’s release of Daylite 4.3.2, adventurous users will rejoice as this version is deemed compatible with OS X Mavericks.

When Daylite 4 was released over a year ago, people noted that it was no longer possible to create a industry-specific database with pre-defined settings. Some (mostly Partners) were glad this feature was removed, since the resulting database and settings often gave users the impression that they had to work with that setup. Well, folks,those industry-specific templates are back—or at least one of them is.

Yesterday’s release of Daylite Touch fixed several issues; these were found on Marketcircle’s website (not a dedicated page), but not in the App Store’s change notes:

A minor update to Daylite Touch can be found in the App Store, fixing some things you likely have never run across.

Yesterday I was setting up a client with Daylite and she couldn’t accept—using DMA—the invitation I sent to her. When DMA sees an invite, it should show Decline and Accept buttons.

Some users were seeing a crash of Daylite Touch 4.3 once the upgrade from previous versions was done and their database was updated. Marketcircle quickly updated the app to 4.3.1, and the update is now available in the App Store.

Users around the world this morning were dismayed to find Daylite crashing shortly after launch. Although coming right on the heels of a major update to Daylite, the crash was affecting all versions of Daylite. Marketcircle immediately investigated and quickly (within two hours) released an update to fix the issue.

The latest version of Daylite is now available from the Mac and iOS app stores. Daylite 4.3 is probably the most important update since 4.0 was released; there are an incredible number of fixes and enhancements in this release, along with some new features (spoiler: Forms on Daylite Touch!) that should please many users. I’ve added some commentary below to the changes that I most like.