The best To do list, mac iphone and pc

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by beck, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. beck macrumors member

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    What I'm really after is the evernote of to do lists, something that will run and sync on my mac (home) pc (work) and iPhone.

    Remember the milk looks good, but id really like a desktop app to run on my mac.

    Any recommendations?

    Im surprised there isn't a google to do they do everything else :p
     
  2. robo456 macrumors 6502

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    I know you said you wanted an actual desktop app, but I use the "to-do list" widget on my iGoogle page.

    http://www.google.com/ig/directory?...googlecode.com/files/tasklist%20080313-05.xml

    It's simple and it's not platform specific. What I really like (or dislike?? ;) ) is my wife can add stuff for me "to do" anywhere/anytime she wants without having to worry about syncing and all that.

    **EDIT**
    On that page, you can see alot of other "to-do" apps people have written.... might be worth looking at those too.
    --rob
     
  3. beck thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks they do look good but i was after a few more bells, maybe its unnecessary. Im messing around with omnifocus now which is realy nice, if they just did a pc version!

    Considering having two different to dos one for work and one for home, might be healthier.
     
  4. egoldy macrumors newbie

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    Toodledo

    I'd recommend Toodledo..

    Relatively clean, straight forward solution with an iPhone app as well as a good clean firefox add-on that will work across PC / Mac (as well as browser access)...
     
  5. sushi Moderator emeritus

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    I use OmniFocus and like it.

    Agree it would be nice if they did a PC version.

    That's what I really like about OmniFocus is that you can keep areas separate and yet integrate tasks. Works well.
     

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