Orderly - TODO lists app with location based reminder, Drop box sync - GIVEAWAY

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  1. joerun, Jul 17, 2012
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    Orderly

    Orderly is the most natural way to create your ToDo lists using simple iPhone gestures.
    It is presented as simple STICKY notes, so that you can create ToDos and post it on your board, just like a sticky note. But this App allows you to prioritize your ToDos, without the hassle of misplacing a note or forgetting an item, just because there are too many ToDos to manage. THE BEST part of the App is

    "Orderly automatically prioritizes your To-Dos by moving around those sticky notes."

    PLUS, there are a great many user friendly gestures that allow to quickly and effortlessly manage your ToDos on an iPhone.

    Highlights of the App

    Create a ToDo instantly.
    Great usability using simple iPhone gestures.
    Pinch to zoom in/out, to have a quick glance of the ToDo.
    Automatically prioritizes your ToDo based on the day.
    Long press to delete or drag and drop to move a ToDo to a different priority.
    Swipe right to mark an item completed or swipe left to delete an item from the ToDo.
    Supports two boards or views. A Home view and a Work view.
    Set colors/fonts, priorities.
    Can set recurring dates.
    Instantly share a ToDo via SMS or Email.
    Once a ToDo is completed, it moves automatically to the archives, and you can browse through them when needed.

    Preview at Orderly - Schedule your To Do Lists

    Link to iTunes

    Screen Shots


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    Version update info

    What's New In Version 1.2

    1. Added help screens.
    2. Now, the users can Save the Note without having to enter a Title for it.


    Link To iTunes
     
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    Upcoming updates for "Orderly" in new release

    1. Notification Alerts and to notify you of High Priority items or Overdue items.
    2. Badge Alerts to help you see the High Priority count
    3. Improved user friendly interface for Note settings.
    4. More wallpaper themes for the Home/Work views.

    Link To iTunes
     
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    Version update info

    What's New In Version 1.3

    1. Better looking App Icon
    2. Local notifications
    3. Badge count
    4. Better usability


    Link To iTunes

    Preview at Orderly - Preview
     
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    Orderly - Intuitive user interface

    The free offer has been extended until Monday.

    "Orderly is designed based on how the mind visualizes to-do lists"

    It interacts with users in a way that is natural for humans to deal with to-do lists ! Featuring a breath-taking interface, Orderly displays your to-dos using the APPLE's bookshelf metaphor, so you can get a glimpse of your to-dos without having to open them individually. It allows you to prioritize your to-dos, without the hassle of misplacing a note or forgetting an item, just because there are too many to-dos to manage.

     
  7. joerun, Sep 13, 2012
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    Orderly 2.0 version of the App is a major upgrade with great features.

    a. DropBox sync

    1. Now you can synchronize your to-do lists among multiple devices, like iPhone, iPad or iPod.
    2. Add an new item in an existing list and see it instantly appear on your other device through DropBox sync.
    3. Make changes to your to-dos on iPad at home and while you are out next morning, all of these changes appear on your iPhone instantly.

    b. Usability features

    1. You can control your tasks from auto prioritization, by turning Auto Prioritization ON/OFF in the settings.
    2. Move your to-do lists between "Home"/"Work" views with a simple drag and drop
    3. Archives of "Home" tasks and "Work" tasks will be available in both views (from Home and Work)
    4. Archiving can be turned ON/OFF in the settings.


    Link To iTunes

    To see Orderly in action visit Orderly - Preview
     
  8. joerun, Oct 26, 2012
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    We are giving away few copies of "Orderly" which is now released with a major update

    Orderly 2.2 is now available with major updated features like "Location Based Reminders", where you can specify a particular place to get reminded about a todo.

    Orderly known for its smooth gesture driven interface, flawless cloud sync, has now another feather in its cap with v2.2. Check out the App store on what's new.

    If you are interested, Pls mark your reply in this thread and get a free promocode through PM :)

    To see Orderly in action visit Orderly - Preview
     
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    Now this looks like a nice todo app. I'd like a copy to see how it is, that is if you have any more codes... But yeah, it looks nice!
     
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    Thanks a lot for participating :) I've sent you a promocode through PM. Pls chk.
     
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    Hey Joe, would love to give this app a try. If you have another promo code I would love to get it.

    Thanks!
     
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    Hi! thanks a lot for participating :) I've sent you a promcode through PM. Pls chk and try this app!
     
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    So far my initial impression is good. For starters, it NEEDS iPhone 5 support...

    I'd like to see the ability to add more than just "home" and "work" but maybe that's in a future release.

    I like the fact that you can set repeating items. Overall, initially I'd say that this a buy. It's very nice, easy to use and looks nice, which helps to make it a long lasting item.

    Oh, and iPad support!! :)
     
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    Looks very cool. I'd love to try it out if you still have promocodes :)
     
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    Hi, I would like to give it a try. I still didn't find the perfect todo list that fit my needs.
    I always end coming back to apple's app, but there's something that is missing from there app.
     
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    Thanks for trying this app and the suggestions! We are working for iPad and iPhone 5 support and it will be available in near future.

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    Thanks for participating :) I've sent each a promocode. Pls chk and give a try!
     
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    Also, what about Evernote syncing? Would that be a possibility? And address book support would be a good thing so you could tag a contact of say, a bill with that appropriate task. Just some thoughts. But overall, very nice app.
     
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    Great to see more interesting thoughts! Evernote syncing is possible in future version. Also, about address book, can you eloborate it with an example? Thanks a lot :)
     
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    For example if I have a list of bills with recurring dates, I'd like to add that bills' corresponding address book entry to it so when it comes due, I can click on the task inside the list and see the billing address, etc, from the contact.
     
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    would love to try it out
     
  21. Pank9j macrumors member

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    Do you still have more codes? Love to try your app :)
     
  22. Garrett67 macrumors regular

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    By location based reminders, do you mean that, for example , if i was near Walmart and set a reminder to buy something when I was near there that this would remind me?

    I'd love to try if it does this.
     
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  25. joerun, Oct 28, 2012
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    Yes, exactly !
     

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