This new feature lets you easily see the timestamps and character or word count for a note in Vesper. When viewing a note, tap at the bottom of the screen to see the date it was created, tap again to see the date it was modified, and tap once again to see the character count if the note is short or the word count if it’s of considerable length. Tapping one last time clears the bottom bar.
I really like how this feature turned out. These were all oft-requested features some people were asking for modified/creation dates, some for word count, some wanted both but I was reluctant to add them, because it seemed like it would add a lot of visual clutter to include all these things, and didnt seem right to add just one of them. Using one status field for all these fields, and allowing it to be blank, feels just right. Its all there when you want it, but theres no additional visual clutter when you dont.
Vesper has also been updated with faster photo syncing, which is carried out by syncing low-resolution versions before high-resolution versions.
The new version of Vesper also includes fixes for the following issues: a bug that causes titles to show up twice in search results, a graphical overlay glitch in the typography settings, and a couple of crashing bugs.