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Today we’re going to take a look at Producteev, an awesome todo app that might just be enough to have you saying adios to Backpack and Remember the Milk.

Unlimited projects and tasks, labels, due dates, reminders, collaboration, automatic web/iOS syncing, email integration, this is the free task manager you’ve been waiting for.

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My search is finally over. After many years of jumping back and forth between various task management tools, I think I’ve finally found the one that I’m going to stick with. I’ve tried many apps. On the desktop, Things led the pack for a long time, though its lack of over-the-air syncing between iPhone and desktop was a real problem for me, and there were aspects of its design that I never really liked. I also used Remember the Milk for a year or two, but eventually decided I wanted a desktop application.

For the past six months or so I’ve come back to OmniFocus, which I first started using in its original beta period. Though it’s got quite a steep learning curve, I’ve found a lot to love about it. The iPhone app is extremely powerful, syncs in several ways, is location-aware, and does a great job all round. And now the Omni Group has finished the set, recently releasing OmniFocus for iPad. Join us after the jump for a walkthrough of this latest addition to the OmniFocus family.

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Task management has been one of the most explored categories in the App Store. There are tons of to-do list applications that all offer the same basic features and allow users to list and check off tasks as they are done. Taking a departure from this conventional way of thinking, PoweryBase has come up with a great way to manage tasks on the go.

NotifyMe is a simple reminder app for your iPhone. It’s touted as being “simple, yet so very powerful”. With a simple user interface, easy to understand graphics and a speedy experience, NotifyMe takes the task out of…well, creating tasks! Selling for $5.99, the app is a bit more pricy than the conventional to-do app, but it packs in the features to make it worthwhile.

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Evernote is one of the best free utilities to ever hit the Mac or iPhone. Needless to say, I’m a huge fan and use it on a daily basis. However, one thing that constantly bugs me is Evernote’s lacklustre handling of task lists (to-dos). You can create a basic list with checkmarks inside of Evernote, but the options are really limited and you aren’t then allowed to edit this list on your iPhone.

Egretlist is an iPhone app that seeks to right this wrong. It’s a full-service to-do list manager that lives on your iPhone and sinks with Evernote. Today we’ll take a brief look at some of the things you can and can’t do with Egretlist and discuss how the app held up in our review process.

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Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the polls below if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review!

In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Nubi Do. The developer describes Nubi Do as a powerful yet simple to use task manager for your daily life. Created with meticulous and painstaking care, Nubi Do has a clean, beautiful and elegant interface. With an efficient workflow, it lets you manage your day to day tasks without getting in your way.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the polls below if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review!

In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Quickie to do. The developer describes Quickie to do as a simple and speedy to-do app. It’s perfect for short-term information such as shopping lists, takeaway coffee for the office, what to pack for your holidays, etc. There are no predefined items, no need for endless clicking around or dozens of screens to switch back and forth between.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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Quick Look posts are paid submissions offering only a brief overview of an app. Vote in the polls below if you think this app is worth an in-depth AppStorm review!

In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Voodo. The developer describes it as a GTD/to do app that is really simple and powerful at the same time. There are no bells and whistles – every single bit and pixel is here to help you Get Things Done. Why Voodo? Because it aims to help users obtain voodoo (magic) levels of productivity!

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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If you’re looking for a way to stay organised on your iPad, Things surely has to be one of the best options available. If you already own a license for your iPhone or Mac, great – everything syncs wonderfully. If not, it works absolutely fine as a stand-alone task manager.

The following review will offer a run-down of all the features on offer, highlighting some of the great features and a few that are lacking at the moment.

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Winners Announced

Congratulations to our three TaskPaper winners, who will be receiving their license very soon!

  1. Ethan G
  2. Joseph Gorman
  3. Millca

It’s competition time again at iPhone.AppStorm HQ, and today we have three copies of TaskPaper to give away! We reviewed TaskPaper recently, and it makes a good place to start if you’re looking to find out more about the app.

TaskPaper is a really useful mobile to-do list. There are so many little nuances that make it so easy to use, and it’s probably the closest you can get to a pen-and-paper experience on the iPhone.

Entering the competition is simple – you just need to post a link to this giveaway on Twitter, and leave your Twitter username in the comments below. You can even click this link to have a Tweet automatically filled out for you!

We’ll be picking the winners in one week’s time, on Saturday 20th March. Good luck, and remember to post your Twitter username in the comments!

There are easily hundreds of apps in the App Store, all wanting to manage your to do list for you; even once you filter out the less polished ones, you still have a lot to choose from. We’ve covered a few of these before, but there’s an new kid on the block.

A few weeks ago, I was looking for “the perfect to do list app,” and I think I’ve found it: it’s called TaskPaper, from Hog Bay Software. Before writing it off as “just another task manager”, be sure to give our review a read.

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