Phew. Couple years worth of work, and just like that, it's out in the real world. 4-5 years ago, I released iProcrastinate for Mac. It was pretty weak, but it got the job done. Adding features on top of shaky code resulted in bugs that were more and more difficult to fix. A couple years ago, I scrapped the existing code and started over. Today, finally, version 1.0 is available for download, for free. I want to thank all the developers and beta testers from MacRumors who have helped me finish and polish this app. I can't put into words how helpful you all have been. Enough with the banter, go get it. Few notes: The data from the old iProcrastinate is unfortunately not transferrable to the new version. (I know, it sucks.) The new version does not use Core Data, but rather a homebrewed data loader/serializer. This way, the platforms are limitless. (Redmond, anyone?) Mac version uses Sparkle for updates, so you should all be in the loop for future versions. iPhone version is a month off, but will be released late January/early February. Will cost $0.99 iPad version will be released a month or two after the iPhone version. Will cose $1.99 Initial releases of code that has been in development for years is soon to be rough. I appreciate your patience as any bugs/issues are worked out.