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.
Congratulations to our three TaskPaper winners, who will be receiving their license very soon!
- Ethan G
- Joseph Gorman
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.
The iPhone offer applications for all sorts of tasks and today we are going to take a look at a few that will help you jot down notes. Since requirements vary, we will cover simple apps that are enough for quickly taking down a song name or a simple list, but also more complex apps that meet specific needs.
Be sure to take a look at our companion roundup over at Mac.AppStorm, looking at note taking software for the Mac.
For those not needing a fully fledged task manager but keeping track of their to-do’s with iCal, synchronising to the iPhone or iPod touch is a constant source of frustration. Tasks from the computer don’t easily show up on the mobile device.
With 2Do, this is history. The to-do manager syncs tasks seamlessly between local and mobile devices and impresses with a functional and beautiful interface.