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Things

11-23-2008, 04:17 PM
#1
Things

Ok I keep seeing this app all over the place and it seems very popular. Can someone tell me if this is like a better alternative to iProcrastinate, which is free?
11-23-2008, 04:21 PM
#2
from the look of it

http://appshopper.com/productivity/things

it seems that it hasn't really been updated...which could be bad...or it could be good..hard to say

but then so hasn't your other mention

http://appshopper.com/productivity/i...stinate-mobile

so i guess it comes down to, how much would you use it, and do you think it is worth spending 10 bucks over?

for the record, i have not used either of them
11-23-2008, 04:21 PM
#3
Where it really separates itself from some of the other apps is that is links with a fantastic (and currently free) desktop version for mac. The desktop version, is the best tasklist/organizer that I have had a chance to use and the mobile app syncs wirelessly with the desktop version and shares almost all of the features. If you are a project, task, or organizationally oriented person, it is a great buy. Try the desktop version out for free to see what it is all about.
http://www.culturedcode.com/things/
11-23-2008, 04:37 PM
#4
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Originally Posted by davidhenry114 View Post
Where it really separates itself from some of the other apps is that is links with a fantastic (and currently free) desktop version for mac. The desktop version, is the best tasklist/organizer that I have had a chance to use and the mobile app syncs wirelessly with the desktop version and shares almost all of the features. If you are a project, task, or organizationally oriented person, it is a great buy. Try the desktop version out for free to see what it is all about.
http://www.culturedcode.com/things/
I'm still stuck with Windows :/

I love the idea of syncing with the desktop, but do I want to spend $50 for a to-do list setup?
11-23-2008, 04:56 PM
#5
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Originally Posted by davidhenry114 View Post
Where it really separates itself from some of the other apps is that is links with a fantastic (and currently free) desktop version for mac. The desktop version, is the best tasklist/organizer that I have had a chance to use and the mobile app syncs wirelessly with the desktop version and shares almost all of the features. If you are a project, task, or organizationally oriented person, it is a great buy. Try the desktop version out for free to see what it is all about.
http://www.culturedcode.com/things/
Thanks for the link
i always use evernote but this is something else ill be using

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