What you need to know
- The latest Sofa update adds support for audiobooks, apps, and board games.
- Multiple new themes have been added as part of the version 2.13 update.
Sofa has long been a great way to organize everything from your games to your books, but now it's better than ever after the version 2.13 update added support for apps, audiobooks, and even board games. That last one also represents the first time an analog activity has come to the app.
Already supporting books, movies, TV shows, podcasts, music albums, and video games, the new additions round out the majority of ways people will spend their downtime. Now that everything can be tracked inside one app you won't be dipping into other apps or emailing yourself links just to remember that awesome app or board game you heard about.
The new categories aren't the only additions here, either. 11 new themes have been added to the app which brings the total to more than 70 at the time of writing. Automatic backups are also part of this update, helping you keep all of your lists safe and sound.
The full rundown of new features in Sofa 2.13 includes:
- You can now add Apps, Audiobooks, and Board Games to your lists! Woot woot!
- Completely new way to manage your data: export, import, and automatic backups
- 11 new themes based on Creators. There are now 70+ themes available...whoa!
- Copy deeplinks to quickly navigate back to a specific list or list item. Nerdy, but fun!
You can download the newly updated Sofa from the App Store now. It's available for iPhone and iPad and is free with in-app purchases available.
Now that you have a way to track them, why not check out some of the best board game apps for iPhone and iPad and put some of your favorites into Sofa? If physical board games for the family are your thing, check out some of the best kids board games around right now, too.
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