Deadline-Based Task Management iPhone App 'Finish' Updated with New Features

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    Finish, the Apple Design Award-winning to-do app created by a pair of 16-year-old developers, has today received a significant update that adds a host of new features that were requested by users, including a much desired Task-by-Task time setting option that allows users to set times for tasks.

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    In addition, version 2.0 of the app allows users to add notes to tasks, activate a "Bother Me" reminder function, quick-add tasks, and share tasks via email. It also includes a "Rewards" function that allows users to earn real life rewards for completed tasks.
    The app has been redesigned with both visual and interface enhancements and other new features include task restore abilities and data export options.

    Finish can be downloaded from the App Store for $0.99. [Direct Link]

    Article Link: Deadline-Based Task Management iPhone App 'Finish' Updated with New Features
     
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    I'll put a note on that for later... ;-)
     
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    this is...

    just another calendar app?
     
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    What is the deal with this app? It is a pretty good app....no doubt. But this site, 9to5, iMore...all running stories about it.

    Obviously we don't see similar stories for every other GTD app. What is so special about this one?
     
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    It won an Apple Design Award. I'd also classify it more of a to-do/task management app than a calendar app.
     
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    Devs probably paid MacRumors to show this.
     
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    From our guide: http://guides.macrumors.com/Help:MacRumors_FAQ

    Are news stories really advertising in disguise?
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    Routine stories about Mac apps, iOS apps, or commercial products, sites, or services are posted when the editors think they will be of sufficient interest. They are not posted for advertising purposes.

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    Repeat only once?

    Why is it tasks can only be repeated once? I would like to make a task that has to be done every week. With or without a due date.
     
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    I have a feeling it has to do with the fact it has won awards and it was designed by two 16 year old kids.
     

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