We’ve released a small update to Mylio 3.0 that addresses a few issues and adds a few features. Mylio 3.0 is a major upgrade, please see the release notes below this if you are upgrading to Mylio 3.0.
- Unparsable Media no longer cause red/grey checks in the device map.
- You can now Open With… using Lightroom Classic and Photoshop
- Various bug fixes and stability improvements.
- Version: 3.0
- Release Date: January 12th, 2018
- Mac Build: 4849
- Windows Build: 4849
- iOS Build: 4849
- Android Build: 4849
Mylio 3.0 Release Notes
We have a present for you! We know you’re anxious, so we didn’t bother to wrap it. What is it, you ask? It’s Mylio 3.0! An update packed so full of goodness you’ll be glad you didn’t have to waste a second unboxing it.
Mylio 3.0 comes with a brand new sync engine that is faster and more reliable. However, there are some important things you need to know to ensure you have a good experience while upgrading. Please take a moment to read the bullet points below…
- The new version of Mylio will not sync with the previous version of Mylio. All devices (computers, iOS, and Android) need to be updated to the newest version in order for Mylio to sync.
- Before deleting any newly imported photos in your device’s camera roll, please allow Mylio to fully sync. Simply open Mylio on all of your devices while on the same wi-fi network and wait for green check marks next to each device in your Device Map.
- We’ve completely redesigned our sync engine. Mylio is now faster and more reliable than ever. Don’t blink or you might miss it.
- Mylio now supports uploading to Amazon and Google Drive in both encrypted and unencrypted formats.
- Along with unencrypted uploads, you can now protect your images to Amazon Prime Photos for free with your Amazon Prime membership.
- We’re now optimized to take advantage of that beautiful new iPhone X display. Looks good!
- RendezVous is designed to keep your remote devices in sync without storing your data in the cloud.
- Want to know all of the details about your photo collection? What cameras do you shoot with the most? How about file types? Who do you have the most photos of? All of this and more can be found in the new Library Statistics menu.
- Mylio now partakes in Apple’s iCloud Backup. Restoring to that new phone just got a lot easier!
- We now detect and scan for changes on NAS devices upon launching Mylio or selecting “Scan for changes” in the submenu.
- If your devices are on the same network and don’t see each other, our new “Increase local discovery” option may help.
- A fancy new dialog box will display when updating Mylio to show you all of the cool new stuff. We’ll keep all of the extended details on our support site.
- There is a new process for identifying lost original files. If a device is unable to fully sync due to lost originals, you’ll find an option to help fix this by clicking on your media count.
- Sending logs to support can now happen in the background.
- We’ve squashed so many bugs we are now licensed exterminators.
- Fixed a whole bunch of crashes.
- Mylio now recognizes Lightroom Classic as Lightroom when importing images.
- Device “minimum free space” is now set as a percentage, not an integer.
- The last remnants of the Mylio Cloud have been removed from Mylio. Bye bye, cloud. Hello, clean sync panel.
- Failed Amazon uploads due to timeouts will now be reported by Mylio.
- We’ve made some adjustments to how file stacking works to greatly reduce the amount of mismatched stacked files.
- Are you still reading this? You may be the perfect person for our beta program. Email email@example.com to learn more.
- Canon EOS 6D Mark II
- Fujifilm X-A3
- Nikon D500 (Crop Mode)
- Nikon D7500
- Nikon D850
- Sony RX10 IV
- Canon SL2
- Canon EOS M100
- Fujifilm X-E3 (uncompressed)
- Olympus E-M10 III
- Olympus Tough TG-5
- Sony A7RM3 (ILCE-7RM3)
- Panasonic G9
- Version: 3.0
- Release Date: November 27th, 2017
- Mac Build: 4836
- Windows Build: 4836
- iOS Build: 4836
- Android Build: 4836