Update Released for 270toWin iPad App

Version 1.5 of the 270toWin iPad app is now available in the App Store. In this update:

  • My Maps: Added more user options for map interaction including a color rotation similar to that on the 270toWin website
  • The States: Electoral vote count now changes as user scrolls through history. Also added electoral votes for 2020 (same as today) and an early projection for 2024
  • The Library: A 2016 Projections directory is now available. It will be populated with pundit and other projections

For those that haven't looked at the app since the last election, here are some changes from the prior update, version 1.4, that launched last year:

  • Technical: App rebuilt for iOS 7 including updated Retina graphics
  • My Maps: Create candidate-specific 2016 match-ups; save maps to camera roll via Share button
  • The States: Updated narrative, voting history and popular votes for 2012 election results
  • The Library: Added 2012 Related directory for maps based on 2012 results
  • The History: Added 2012 to the timeline
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