Multiple accounts, one-swipe comments, and conditional form fields

Switching between accounts in Pyrus

The latest updates: hiding form fields, replying with one swipe, and switching between accounts with a single click.

Now you see it, now you don’t

Often, when filling out a form, different fields need to open, depending on the option the user has selected. For example, when filling out a payment form to pay an individual or an organization: if the payment is going to an organization, you need to enter the organization’s name, PSRN, CAT, and other details in the form; if the payment is meant for an individual, then you need to enter a different set of info. Read more

Introducing The New Pyrus Icon

If you install updates regularly, you probably already saw a yellow pear on your phone and computer screens. This is our new Pyrus icon.

We’re often asked: «What is Pyrus?» We always answer that it’s a universal platform for business process automation. Beyond that, «pyrus» is Latin word that refers to the genus of the pear tree. Read more

10,000 Unread Emails

Back in March Apple released a new update to its iOS 7.1. Among the accompanying one-page release notes it published on the occasion was the following line:

This line is remarkable for what it implies about email usage: that there are enough people out there who have 10,000 unread emails. Enough of those users noticed the bug and brought it to Apple’s attention. Presumably, Apple fixes thousands of minor bugs in between releases, yet this one made it to the main release summary, prominently featured as a major fix. Read more