Version 1.4.0
May 25, 2021

Happy new year

Hi there!

We are thrilled to share with you that we are currently working on a pretty big update that will include many exciting new features, most of them already suggested by some of you.

Drumroll, please. Barcode scanning! Yes, we have been working really hard on making the process of adding food a little bit more frictionless. It's still in beta and needs some polish and love, but so far, it's looking fantastic. But, this isn't the only feature we are introducing in the next release. There are many more in the works, such as stock management, actions for consuming/trashing items, and a new home screen with new ways to filter and order your food.

OMG! How do I test all these features?

You're in luck! From now on, we are giving our Kiff users access to our beta program, The Counter, where you can test all these new features before they are available to everyone.

Just go to the settings menu, and search for our new beta access. You can directly enroll in the beta program by signing in with Apple. As simple as that! If you don't see the option, be sure your network connection is working fine.

When will it be available?

We'll be releasing this update as a TestFlight beta early next month. After a few weeks in testing mode, it will be available to everyone in the App Store.

One more thing!

We've something new you can try out right now, widgets! Keep all your food under control directly from your home screen.

Happy new year

As always, if you need help or want to share something with us, drop us a line at support@kiff.app. We'll love hearing from you.

See you in the next changelog! πŸ‘‹

Version 1.3.2
February 15, 2021

This update includes some bug fixes and performance improvements.

New

  • New design for some of the buttons.

Improvements

  • Improved accessibility with "VoiceOver".
  • Other minor adjustments and improvements.

As always, if you have any issues or you want to make us a suggestion, please let us know by writing to us at support@kiff.app.

Hope you keep enjoying Kiff!

Version 1.3.1
January 22, 2021

Happy new year

Happy New Year!

We're so glad to have shared this time with you and can't wait to continue improving Kiff in 2021. We've only been live for a few months, but are overwhelmed by the support and kind feedback, so thank you! Let's check out what's new.

New

  • Shelf life reminders: We've simplified the frequency of shelf life reminders. You can now choose between receiving just one reminder the day before your food is no longer fresh or up to three notifications based on your food's shelf life. You can select your preferred mode on the settings.

  • Watch over notification: You may be tracking food with notifications disabled or without shelf life and expiration date. We don't want you to forget about those items. So if you haven't used the app for a while, Kiff will send you a message to check on them. This notification is now always enabled.

Improvements

  • We have squashed some bugs here and there, along with some UI improvements.

Are you enjoying Kiff? Or are you finding it annoying and/or difficult to use?

Either way, please reach out to support@kiff.app, and tell us what you love or hate about this little app. We would be more than happy to hear from you and maybe become penpals, who knows!

Until the next update!

Nerea and Asier.

Version 1.3.0
November 26, 2020

New

Ouch! We forgot to start tracking the food we cooked yesterday! What now? Mmmm, we can track it now, but we have to remember adding a day every time we check our food's state on Kiff, sigh.

Don't worry! From now on, you can track any food from any past date. No matter when you remember to track something you cooked, bought, or open. Just long press the "Track" button and select the desired date. Super easy!

Note: Special thanks to one of our early users that was kind enough to reach us to suggest this feature πŸ™‚

Improvements

  • Modified the toggle input's color for iOS 14.

  • Form animations on iOS 14 were weird. They should work fine now.

  • On edit mode, Kiff won't select an icon for you as you type, unless you delete the food's name.

  • Other minor adjustments and improvements.

As always, if you have any issues or you want to make us a suggestion, please let us know by writing to us at support@kiff.app.

Hope you keep enjoying Kiff!

Version 1.2.1
October 29, 2020

This update includes new food emojis, support for new iOS 14 features, some minor bug fixes and performance improvements.

New

  • New emojis for sunflower oil and cooking herbs (like coriander or parsley).
  • New food emojis available on iOS 14.2 or later. Tamal, bell pepper, blueberries and more.
  • New time and date pickers for iOS 14.

Improvements

  • New design for the notification permission view.
  • Improved accessibility with "Large Text" preference on iOS 14.
  • Other minor adjustments and improvements.

Version 1.2.0
October 13, 2020

We are super excited to present Kiff v1.2.0 to you πŸŽ‰. We have quite a few new features, so here we go!

New

  • You don't need to choose an icon when adding your food anymore! Kiff will select one for you as you type. If you want, you can always change it by clicking on the icon.
  • Don't forget about your spoiled food. Now, Kiff notifies you when your food has been expired or not fresh for five days. You can launch the associated quick actions by long pressing this notification.
  • New quick actions from the app icon. Long press Kiff's icon to quickly view or add new groceries and leftovers.
  • From now on, if you tap on any notification they will take you directly to the food detail.
  • Notifications are enabled by default when you add a new grocery or leftover with shelf-life or expiration date.
  • Kiff remembers in which section you were (groceries or leftovers) once you close the app.

If you think any icon suggestion is missing when you add your food, let us know by writing to us at support@kiff.app, so we can take them into account for future updates.

We hope you are enjoying Kiff!

Version 1.1.1
September 25, 2020

Thanks for your support during the launch! This update includes minor bug fixes and performance improvements.

New

  • "What's new" in settings now shows the changes in the app version you have installed, not the latest version available.

Improvements

  • We have improved accessibility with "Large Text" preference.
  • When the food has expired or is not fresh, the food icon is displayed with a rotten tint inside the detail view.
  • Now, you receive your notifications even when the app is open, so you can have an extra reminder if you need it.
  • Other minor adjustments and improvements.

Version 1.1.0
September 10, 2020

New

New notification badge. See how many groceries or leftovers are about to expire or stop being fresh without opening the app.

Also, the expiration and shelf life notifications will now appear grouped independently in your notification center. This makes it easier to differentiate between products that are about to expire and those going to stop being fresh.

Improvements

  • New icons in the settings menu.
  • We have improved accessibility with VoiceOver.
  • Other minor adjustments and improvements.

Did you just download Kiff? Welcome!

Kiff helps you manage your food's shelf life and expiration dates to consume it in its best state. By eating fresh food, you waste less, save money, and also help the planet.

With Kiff, you can:

  • Track expiration dates, and avoid throwing food away because you didn't remember to eat it in time.
  • Know for how long something has been open.
  • Eat your fruits and vegetables at their best, avoiding eating them last minute.
  • Remember when you stored those leftovers in the fridge or frozen your food.

In a nutshell, all your food and leftovers, well organized so that nothing goes to waste.

Version 1.0.0
September 3, 2020

Oh, dear! The first version of Kiff is already here. πŸŽ‰

What is it for?

Kiff helps you manage your food's shelf life and expiration dates to consume it in its best state possible. Because food loses its nutritional capabilities after keeping it for too long, and if spoiled, it can be a risk for your health. By eating fresh food, you waste less, save money, and also help the planet.

What can you do with Kiff?

  • Track expiration dates, and avoid throwing food away because you didn't remember to eat it in time.
  • Know for how long something has been open. Hey, this can of fried tomato... How long has it been open?
  • Eat your fruits and vegetables at their best, avoiding eating them last minute.
  • Remember when you stored those leftovers in the fridge or frozen your food.

In a nutshell, all your food and leftovers, well organized so that nothing goes to waste.

Thank you!

Thanks to all the people who have helped us polish all the little details during the development phase.

Hope you enjoy Kiff.