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Things for Mac 1.5

Organising your work life isn’t easy. There are always many tasks that need completing. With a mobile device such as a Blackberry or iPhone, it’s made much more easy though. Not only can you keep in touch with the office and colleagues using email, you can sync your desktop calendar with your mobile, take a list of ‘to do’ items on the road and get event updates on the fly.

Problem is that we’re not that good at organising our personal life. When we go away on vacation, how many of us leave everything to the last minute, then spend the night before tossing and turning thinking about all the things we forgot to do before leaving the next day.

Things is a desktop and mobile application for your Mac that enables you to get the most from each day by planning ahead. For example, if you have a forthcoming vacation planned, you can assign the tasks required, give them a reference and then tick them off on a daily basis. You can start each day looking through the list of ‘to do’ items for the day or by task. You can assign tasks to a project, then seen a project level all the tasks that you and others need to complete to get the project completed.

As Things comes with both a Mac desktop and iPhone option, you can make sure your information is synchronised between both devices. You can also synchronise the data with your calendar, setup alarms, reminders and much more.

Things 1.5 brings support for Lion but still no cloud synchronization.

Platforms: Mac OS X
Version: 1.3.3
Licence: Trial Software
Manufacturer: Cultured Code
Date Added: {ts '2011-07-21 15:46:00'}


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