Which iPhone to-do list do you use? :D

raymondu999

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Hey all...

Just wanted to know what everyone was using and why :D

I'll start off - I started with 2Do for it's simple elegance, but now I migrated to Appigo Todo for it's feature-richness. After I started implementing David Allen's GTD, I moved to OmniFocus and I've never looked back :D
 

IronLogik

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None yet. sadly.

I have purchased Done but can't say I'm really happy with it.

Still anxiously awaiting The Hit List for iPhone with syncing with the desktop app.
 

kelpi

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Sep 14, 2008
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if only "Things" iPhone & Mac app would sync with MobileMe, then it would be perfect. I am really hoping The Hit List implements this.
 

Gokunama

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Pocket Informant. Todo was awesome, but I don't have enough todos that I know I need to open the app to check everyday, and missed a couple deadlines. I'm always checking my schedule though, and so I also see the todos that I need to do as well.
 

raymondu999

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Yeah Pockt Informant is nice too... I used to use it with my WinMo device... Does it integrate your tasks into your calendar view too?
 

TBFoxRDMS

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I like Pocket Informant, as well. I tried some others but PI does a lot in one package.
 

m3coolpix

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I used to use Things (both Mac and iPhone versions)....but it's way overkill for me.

Tried a bunch.....Awesome Note, EasyTask Manager, a few others mentioned above, some in the Top 50 list for Productivity, and then all ended up deleted.

Currently using Listomni Lists by Ontomni. A lot of different To Do, Shopping and other list type capabilities in one program.

A bit pricey, but for me it comprises several other apps into one, so less space taken on SpringBoard.
 

Kenzembo1

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When I'm at school I use iStudiez Pro with push to stay keep my assignments organized, otherwise I just use the stock iCal and Notes apps and sync with my mac :cool:
 

GLOC

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Pocket Informant syncd with Google Calendar for events and syncd with Toodledo for Tasks.

Regards
 

odelay

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I use and love Remember The Milk. But I'm interested to see what taskpaper will be like. The mac app is really nice. Simple and intuitive.
 

eyespii

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Google tasks
 

CrockettGTO

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Things for iphone and Mac. It is great. Yeah it may seem a bit much at first for some but it is really easy to use, sync's without a hiccup, and offers enough flexibility to keep it simple or go full out OCD with. :)
It also supports the "GTD" method by David Allen
 

str1f3

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I use and love Remember The Milk. But I'm interested to see what taskpaper will be like. The mac app is really nice. Simple and intuitive.
Taskpaper is coming out for the iPhone on the 17th and will have syncing with its desktop counterpart through Simpletext.ws. That is the ultimate stripped down minimalist to-do app. I'm currently debating switching to it from Omnifocus because I don't really use all of its features though it is best in class.

I will tell anyone and everyone to stay away from Things. They have released only minor updates, rarely respond to their userbase & have hidden forums to hide all the complaints. The desktop app is useless because it requires a manual sync over wifi.

Unlike Cultured Code, the Omni Group is always active on their forums and have helped me through email with a problem I was having. Jesse Grosjean is also very active on Taskpaper's Google Groups page.
 

raymondu999

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Question for the Things users (if I may): In my Appigo Todo, I have an option of viewing via the today/next/someday/inbox contexts (albeit in different terminology in Todo) but I can also view it by Categories such as Personal, Work, etc. Is there a way to do this on Things iPhone, and Things Mac? Is there a way to put those items on the first screen too? Thanks:confused:
 

kelpi

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Question for the Things users (if I may): In my Appigo Todo, I have an option of viewing via the today/next/someday/inbox contexts (albeit in different terminology in Todo) but I can also view it by Categories such as Personal, Work, etc. Is there a way to do this on Things iPhone, and Things Mac? Is there a way to put those items on the first screen too? Thanks:confused:
I think the "Projects" option would be the solution you're looking for but I don't believe Things allows you to all to view all your do's/tasks in separate sub-categories. I could be wrong but this is the solution I use.
 

ntrigue

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2Do - OmniFocus - Things - Appigo

I think I've spent enough money to be labeled a procrastinator.