Another popular developer has recently previewed how it plans to integrate iOS 8s app extension functionality. Cultured Code, the team behind the Things to-do app, has posted a video of its extension in action.
Back in late 2013, Cultured Code took time to celebrate the millionth copy of Things being sold by announcing Things 3 will arrive sometime this year. Featuring a new visual style and other improvements, it is still in alpha testing for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
A number of other developers have already shown how they are planning to use app extensions in iOS 8. AgileBits, developer of 1Password, showed back in July how iOS 8 users will be able to fill in their log-in information without ever leaving a third-party app.
The gold master version of iOS 8 is expected to be released very soon. It should be available to the public soon after Apples special media event next Tuesday, Sept. 9.
While iOS 8 features a number of improvements, Im really looking forward to the app extensions and how developers can use them to help make iOSdevices even more useful.