Discontinuing support for iOS 10 on Backlog’s iOS app

Discontinuing support for iOS 10 on Backlog’s iOS app

Starting on October 20th, Backlog’s iOS app will no longer support iOS 10. As long as you’re on a newer version of iOS, you don’t need to do anything! But if you’re still on iOS 10, it’s time to update your device, so you can keep getting the latest version of Backlog.

Discontinuing support for iOS 10

If you don’t update your device, as of Oct 20th, you’ll no longer be able to update the Backlog app. That means missing out on the latest feature releases and app improvements!

Here’s an overview of the change:

Platform Before Oct 20th After
iOS iOS 10.0 or later iOS 11.0 or later

Why are we discontinuing support for iOS 10? Well, we noticed that less than 3% of Backlog users are still on it, and we want to be able to focus our efforts and resources on the platforms Backlogers use most.

Make sure to keep your device up-to-date, so you’ll always have access to the latest features on Backlog!

Matsumoto Matsumoto is a member of Nulab, the creators of Backlog.