Ditto. I'm still just waiting for my iPad 3G, but having already purchased Things for my Mac and iPhone, I'm less than thrilled to pay another $20 to have it on iPad. I doubt I'll do it, since I have my iPhone with me most of the time.I'm one of the disgruntled Things iPhone owners that doesn't want to pay $20 for another copy. Unfortunately the ire over the pricing is spilling over into the reviews, so I don't know if the iPad version is even worth looking into. We haven't exactly seen a lot of raves.
There's another "getting things done" to-do platform called toodledo, you might look into that. Ive been using evernote, which is free--turns out you can build todo lists within your notes.
I like 2do as well. Good news from their web site/forum. I'm going to wait for it In the interim I'll continue to use Bento for to do lists on my iPad since I have it anyway.I need a To Do app that also tracks projects. I was using 2DO and love it, but they don't have an iPad version yet. Does anyone use a To Do app, they like, that also tracks projects?
Thanks. Nice to know they're working on the iPad version and I really hope it's released sometime soon.I like 2do as well. Good news from their web site/forum. I'm going to wait for it In the interim I'll continue to use Bento for to do lists on my iPad since I have it anyway.
" Is there an iPad version of 2Do in the works?
Yes there is. We don't currently have an ETA on this though.
We also don't know if this is going to be a simple update of 2Do or a whole new app. At the moment it's obvious we're writing the app from scratch so we may lean towards releasing it as a separate app (will also be easier to maintain and manage). Having said that - we just don't know anything yet
You will however see an iPad implementation one way or another, soon.
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Currently it works over Bonjour syncing by Wifi. If you sync one of your devices, text at the bottom of the window of Things for Mac, reminds you if one of your other devices is out of sync. It has to be said that it works pretty well, as long as you remember to sync both your iPhone and iPad when you are at home. That is the single major problem that I currently have with Things and despite repeated promises, we continue to await their solution for over-the-air syncing.I have Things on my iphone and loved it so I got the iPad version even thought it was a little steep. I still haven't gotten the mac version. How does it integrate if you have all three?
Thank you, I will check it out....to the poster above me: Evernote does, and will sync to your iPhone too. It's not strictly a to-do app although you can build to-do lists (via checkboxes) in your notes.
We both have iPads, and I have iPhone and Blackberry (work). We share a home Mini-Mac and have our own PC = electronic junkies familyhmm..I think I'm going to look into getting us MobileMe. We both have iphones and will both have ipads.