Vienna-based p13 Development today releases Scrublist 1.1, their popular productivity app for iOS. Scrublist is a simple, brilliantly helpful application for anyone who juggles shopping and to-do lists. By integrating the ease of written lists with the organizational capabilities of mobile listing, Scrublist is a must-have for iOS device users determined to get the most functionality from their iPhones, iPods, and iPads in everyday life.
California based app4mac today released Delegate 2, a new major version of this to-do list manager designed for Mac, iPhone and iPad. Delegate is very flexible and powerful allowing Mac users to share a to-do list on the internet for remote access from any location. Delegate is compliant to GTD method Getting Things Done, and distills those principles into a clean and simple user interface. A free version is now also available for Mac.
Daze End Software is giving away productivity packages including David Allen’s best-selling book “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity”, and copies of Daze End Software’s iPhone and iPad apps, Action Lists and Action Lists for iPad, which implement the Getting Things Done methodology. Daze End Software is helping people achieve their New Year’s resolutions to get organized by giving people both the process and the tools needed to become more productive.
Daze End Software today releases Action Lists 3.0, an update to their popular task manager for the iPad. Action Lists brings the popular GTD-specific features to the iPad in a larger format that better suits the device. Action Lists for iPad allows its users to synchronize data with the web or with an iPhone running Action Lists. It also offers the ability to email tasks to others from within the app, and a unique feature that creates a list of tasks from the contents of the iPad’s clipboard.
SkyGroceries is a beautiful and intuitive grocery list app for iPhone and iPod touch. It provides all the desired features for going grocery shopping efficiently, but more important, it leaves out those unnecessary features that clutter other grocery list applications. The application look and feel follows the iOS design, which makes it familiar to all iPhone and iPod touch users. Particular attention was given to the shopping list screen since random taps can occur when the user goes shopping.
California based Kabuki Vision today released NoteMaster 3.5, an update to their popular note-taking app for iPhone and iPod touch. NoteMaster makes it easy to create great-looking notes containing text, images, and headers. Other NoteMaster features include categories, password-protection, hyperlink detection, full-text search, e-mail, and syncing with Google Docs. Version 3.5 adds the ability to easily insert a variety of lists right inside a note, making the contents even better organized.