Monday, July 20, 2009

Things - Manage Your To-Do List the Way You Want to Things

Category: Productivity

Released: 3 July 2009

Price: $9.99

Things is perhaps the most powerful productivity iPhone application that allows you to manage your dos and projects in the exact way you want to. The previous version of the app was already popular among the users – and now with all new incredible features, developers have made Things the best of its kind. Once you get to know the varied task you can manage over it, you will simply fall in love with this little task management tool and find it worth every penny. Users love this app for its usefulness, while iPhone developer praise it for its simplicity and excellence.

Thousands and millions of iPhone and iPod Touch users from all over the world have made Things the most popular to-do manager available in the App Store. This application is incredibly focused and wonderfully intuitive in managing task. There are however, several other similar applications in the store some of which are too simple and the rest are too difficult to use. But, Things offers the perfect balance between extremely powerful features and ease of use.

Inbox, Today, Next, Schedule, Someday, Projects and Logbook are the classified categories where you can arrange and manage your to-do list. One of the best things about this application is that it works perfectly with its Mac app counterpart. It supports easy wireless syncing, which is a huge advantage when it comes to organizing several tasks at a time.

Cultural Code, the developers of the Things iPhone application have added few nice touches to the application making it more handy and useful for daily use. One of the best new added features of Things are the little buttons that you can incorporate in your list, which will simulate new functionality and sorting capability. This will allow you to quickly organize and arrange your tasks and sort them by due dates, importance and keywords. Moving tasks between lists and projects also become simply over this feature.

Here is what’s new in this version:

Improved tags list with highlighting capabilities
Scrolling performance is improved
Fixes crash that might occur during entering new to-dos (iPhone OS 3.0)
Improves user interface
Bug fixes

The users, who consider Things to be the best app of its kind however, think the app lacks in some places. Even the iPhone developer find that if Cultural Code could add the built-in email function to the app – then it would make Things perfect in every respect.

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