Scirocco Consultants Inc. today released Primo Do 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This is a new launch in the App Store that helps users organize their home, work or student life by easily managing all of their tasks for top efficiency and time management. The app offers a unique pie chart, giving an overview of tasks. Each section of the pie can be touched to reveal specific details for that area of the chart. Primo Do is a feature rich application that ranges from basic to advanced.
KiwiObjects today announces Task and Cal 1.26, an update to their productivity app for iOS devices. Effortlessly manage your personal or professional tasks for the next days and weeks, in accordance with your iOS calendar. Define your tasks and easily gain access to a global or detailed view of their status along the time by day, by week or by month. Create your own color code and prioritize your tasks as you see fit in order to recognize them in the blink of an eye.
miCal goes into the fourth round. The digital appointment calendar is used worldwide on the iPhone and iPod touch and invariably remembers all upcoming appointments. Appointments can be displayed in five clearly arranged layouts. The dashboard also shows upcoming birthdays plus a weather report. The new 4.0 version offers for the first time a task manager in the same style, which can be retrofitted through in-app purchasing.
Hand Carved Code today announces Priorities 1.1 and Priorities Lite, an update to their productivity apps for iOS. Priorities features an advanced outline format, enabling the user to view all to-dos at once or drill down to Priorities, sub-items, and sub-tasks. Users can create re-useable templates, and pages can be color-coded to indicate the type of list. The app also includes: Fast Add, Repeating Tasks, Calendar Integration, Due Dates, Alerts, Sync, and Themes.
Appfluence today introduces Priority Matrix 1.0, the Mac version of their productivity software. Priority Matrix helps users spend their effort on the tasks with the highest ROI. Featuring drag-n-drop and free cloud sync, the app solves task management problems by organizing your activities by criticality and immediacy. This new version offers all the convenience of the Mac while remaining true to its origins, and with free cloud sync across all platforms, one step ahead of the competition.
Hand Carved Code today announces Priorities 1.0 for iOS, their productivity app designed to make task and list management as intuitive and stylish as the iPhone itself. Featuring an advanced outline format, the app enables the user to view all to-dos at once or drill down to Priorities, sub-items, and sub-tasks. Users can create re-useable templates, and pages can be color-coded to indicate the type of list. The app also includes: Fast Add, Due Dates, Alerts, Sync, and Themes.
Pixelome today announces TapDo – Task Organizer 2.0, an update to its flagship task organizer for iOS. TapDo is intuitive, easy to use and has many great features that make it easy for you to focus on doing things instead of wrestling your todo system into place. Version 2.0 adds new features, addresses issues present in earlier versions and further streamlines the user experience. TapDo focuses on fast input, and with v2.0 it grants users greater control over the way their tasks are displayed.
Individual developer Gerald Aquila today announces Firetask for iPad 1.0. The project-oriented GTD task management app builds on the strengths of the iPhone version and extends it by adding selected concepts and features of the Mac version. Firetask explicitly organizes all tasks into projects and thus, makes it easier to manage great numbers of open tasks. Using the new iPad version’s unique Organize view, users can effectively review and organize their tasks during their weekly GTD reviews.
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.
Left Coast Logic today announces SmartCal 1.0.1 for iPhone and iPod touch. SmartCal is an integrated calendar and planner that gives users flexibility and control over their tasks and schedule. The app easily syncs with the iPhone calendar, which provides onward connectivity with iCal, Outlook and other popular calendars. SmartCal uses one-touch filters to easily prioritize tasks, then integrates them directly into the calendar.