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There are way too many to-do list apps on the App Store, but Checkmark 2 – built by indie development house Snowman – looks to be a promising addition. Checkmark, the app’s predecessor, is one of the better-known to-do list apps on the App Store. And this natural iterative upgrade intends to make the Checkmark experience even better.

Checkmark 2 features an all-new lists feature for easily grouping your tasks, location groups for sending location-based to-do reminders, one-tap rescheduling of to-do items, “flexible recurring reminders,” location-based reminders that are date-specific, and iCloud integration to make sure the app is always in-sync across your devices. To top it off, the app features an all-new iOS 7 design.

Sound intriguing? You can watch for Checkmark 2 to launch on the App Store on March 18 at a “special introductory price.”

iOS 7: Appigo Releases New Todo 7 Task Manager

Posted by on September 18th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Appigo has a long history in the App Store. This whole new version of Todo brings the design in line with iOS 7 and adds a whole new crop of features.

1. REAL PRODUCTIVITY. Unlike lightweight, freebie or cutesy list tools, Todo 7 is useful when you have a deadline, NEED to focus, prioritize and get things done quickly–from home or school projects to dozens of detailed work tasks.

Includes: Projects, Sub-tasks, Start Dates, Due Dates, Recurring Tasks (with detailed recurring options), Multiple Task Alerts, Overdue Tasks, Drag and Drop, Search, Print Lists, Folders, and much more.

2. PROVEN GTD METHODOLOGY. Todo uses the popular Getting Things Done approach with Focus To-do Lists, Starred Tasks, Multi-level Priorities, Quick Entry, Context, and Projects with Layered and Prioritized Sub-Tasks—all recommended GTD approaches.

3. BUILT-IN SYNCING. Sync automatically in the background with Microsoft Outlook, Dropbox, iCloud, Toodledo, Todo Cloud 7 and to-do apps installed on your other devices. Keep everything in sync and never be locked into a specific service—your data remains yours.

4. COOLNESS

-Geotagging. Reminds you of tasks when close to task location. This way you will remember the milk when you get near a grocery store.

-Contacts Integration. Link your task to a contact and call, text, or email “John” with one tap.

-Context. Organizes your task by activity or location (i.e. home, work, errands…) so you won’t be distracted with your “home” tasks while you are at work.

-Email Task Sharing. Share your tasks via email with your contacts. Keep everyone updated.

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Hub Review

Hub Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Hub is a productivity app that combines many useful features all into one screen.

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In the past, Appigo has always done a great job of providing useful tools for those in need of organizing their lives and becoming more productive. Its products such as Todo and Notebook have continued to evolve, keeping consistently relevant for its users.

Today marks the release of a new app from the firm — one particularly aimed at business-focused users. Todo Exchange Tasks gives that same to-do list app quality that regular Todo provided but it also enables users to directly access their to-do list stored on a Microsoft Exchange server.

Connecting up via Microsoft Exchange 2007 and 2010 using ActiveSync, it sounds so simple and that’s because it is. Users can quickly view their to-do lists via their iOS device as well as create new tasks and mark them as completed. Task organization is also possible and everything is automatically synced.

For those who regularly access a Microsoft Exchange Server for work, this will be an essential purchase.

Todo Exchange Tasks is out now priced at $9.99.

$9.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2012-05-29 :: Category: Business

Appigo has just announced that the standard version of Corkulous, their premiere organization and planning app, is now totally free. This basic version will include access to one large cork board, which they can use to virtually pin up tasks, collaborative projects, brainstorming sessions, to-do lists and more. If you’re the type of person who has a lot of ideas but can’t seem to get them corralled and organized then this might be the ideal solution.

Users can also opt for an in-app upgrade to Corkulous Pro for $4.99. The expanded version includes multiple cork boards, the ability to next boards, exporting and sharing options, and iCloud support. It also bears noting that both versions of Corkulous support Dropbox.

Appigo is known for their productivity apps, but previous work such as Notebook and Todo were considerably drier and focused primarily on business users. Corkulous is still very business-friendly, but many will likely find it easier to use as a part of their day-to-day lives. The ability to quickly pin up pictures, notes and more makes the app ideal for practically any collaborative or brainstorming occasion.

The app also comes along at an ideal time, as the explosion of Pinterest has many folks jumping at the idea of pinning things up and then chatting about it with others. Not saying this will happen, but if Appigo finds some way to integrate this app with the social media service then we may be witnessing the birth of a bona-fide juggernaut.

At any rate, this is now a free app that you can use to get your life in order. What are you waiting for? Get corking!

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-02-10 :: Category: Education

Wikly Review

Wikly Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Wikly is elegantly designed for that specific someone that enjoys a simple, aesthetically pleasing interface and a weekly, time table view of their schedule.

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ThinkBook

ThinkBook

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Slightly confusing at first, ThinkBook is a feature-filled outlining app.

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Appigo is developing a version of their task management app Todo for the Mac App Store. The app will come with a variety of features for Mac to improve the desktop platform experience, including Multi-Adaptive Windows, and Task Zooming. These are designed to help users view more tasks and more details on those tasks while on their Mac. As Calvin Gaisford, Appigo’s CEO, describes it, “Todo for Mac breaks the rigid one-window app style and allows users to open multiple windows and customize them to match their workflows. However, what users of the current iOS versions will be excited about are the options for synchronization between the upcoming Mac version and the iOS versions.

Todo will be getting Cloud Sync options between Todo for Mac and the iOS versions. Synchronization will come in multiple flavors: Todo Online, a subscription service for $19.99 per year that allows you to sync up your versions of Todo between all of your platforms. The free, online-only version comes with a 14-day trial of synchronization between versions. As well, users can sync versions of Todo for free over local wifi networks. As well, the free third-party service Toodledo will be supported by Todo for Mac for synchronization, so Appigo isn’t just limiting their apps to their own services – they’re also supporting other services that users might want to use, including synchronization with the desktop iCal. No matter what service you choose for synchronization, you’ll know that your tasks are being synced up between devices, however you choose.

Todo for Mac is currently in beta, with plan for release later this summer. Users looking to get their life figured out and synchronized up across all their platforms will have new options available in the near future, and more options available if they use Appigo’s Todo software. While the synchronization won’t be up to full swing for Mac users quite yet, Todo for iPhone/iPod touch and iPad are available now.

$4.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2008-07-11 :: Category: Productivity

$4.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2010-05-11 :: Category: Productivity

Crosscheck Review

Crosscheck Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Crosscheck is an iPad-only, productivity-based to-do application. Its excellent design and solid integration makes it a worthy advocate for those looking for a to-do application.

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TaskPaper Review

TaskPaper Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
TaskPaper is an imaginative list creator, built to streamline your thoughts, ideas and tasks.

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SimpleNote Review

SimpleNote Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
SimpleNote is a clean, clutter-free notes application that offers two-way syncing between your iDevice and online.

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Acme Lists Review

Acme Lists Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Acme Lists takes all the complication of similar apps and throws it out the window. The result is a simple and straightforward list app that should be considered one of the better in the genre.

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Todo for the iPad Review

Todo for the iPad Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Todo for iPad provides all the great functionality that it's smaller counterpart did, fully utilizing the additional size of the iPad to provide enhanced features. This mixed with the great sync features continue to set Todo ahead of the task management crowd.

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Appigo Todo Released for the iPad

Appigo Todo, one of our favorite iPhone todo applications has been released for the iPad. This version supports all of the great functionality of the iPhone version with an enhanced display to take advantage of the extra screen area.

Appigo Todo for the iPad includes the great syncing functionality of the iPhone version. Meaning that you can keep your iPad, iPhone, and desktop all in sync. Fantastic feature. Looks like Appigo have decided to go with the familiar datebook design for the app. While it’s something that is familiar to many, and certainly something that matches with Apple’s own Calendar app, I hope to see more advanced view options in the future. Possibly a power users view.

As it is now, Appigo Todo is a fantastically functional todo / GTD app and the best one available for the iPad by a mile. The added benefit of being able to keep iPhone, iPad, and desktop in sync is icing on the cake.

Appigo Todo for the iPad is available on the App Store now at an introductory price of $4.99.

Contest: We also have 2 copies to give away. Check our Twitter stream @148Apps for details later today.

$4.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2010-05-11 :: Category: Productivity

TapDo Review

TapDo Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
TapDo does quite a bit right, but it still lacks an easy way to customize and some much needed feature additions. With some love, TapDo can be great.

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2Do: A Stunning To Do List With Push and Sync

2Do: A Stunning To Do List With Push and Sync

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
2Do is chock-full of features as well as gorgeous graphics, proving that functionality does not ugliness make. While there are still some features I'd like to see, 2Do is an excellent 2Do app all the same.

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NotifyMe

NotifyMe

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
NotifyMe is an event reminder application that utilizes Apple's Push Notification Service. Whether it be TV Shows or To-Do events, the app will push information at a specified time. With a leaf from Apple's minimalist tree, this application is almost flawless.

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Pocket Informant

Pocket Informant

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
If the iPhone calendar and sheer absence of built-in task management leave you wanting more, check out Pocket Informant from WebIS. It is a well thought out application, adapted nicely to the iPhone. Despite some performance issues and a (current) lack of functionality compared to the more mature versions of PI that exist on other platforms, its active development ensures that this will not be the case for long.

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Organizer

Organizer

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Organizer is useful for writing your daily plans, jotting down your ideas and for an advanced memo tool. The options in this application for making notes are impressive, but lack of calendar integration lets it down.

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Appigo Notebook

Appigo Notebook

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Appigo Notebook differentiates itself from the competition by offering tight integration with Todo, a task management app also by Appigo. It also offers numerous formatting options, the ability to sync notes with a free online service, full text searching, the ability to create multiple notebooks, and more.

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Appigo Todo

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Appigo Todo is a task management app with a streamlined user interface. It includes ways to tag and otherwise set todo items apart, robust search and filtering, and is augmented by several synchronization options as well as tight integration with Appigo Notebook, a note taking app available from the same author.

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OmniFocus

OmniFocus

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
OmniFocus, the fantastic GTD task manager comes to the iPhone, and it rocks!

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