Appigo announces Todo for Mac, launches Cloud Sync
Getting things completed with Appigo’s popular Todo apps for iPhone and iPad has finally arrived at your desktop. On Tuesday, the organization announced the forthcoming Todo for Mac.
On iOS, Todo is a full-featured task manager that provides flexible features as well as an interface that may stick to the Getting Things Done philosophy or perhaps your own. You can handle projects or create easy to-do lists, concentrate on a specific assortment of tasks, create tasks from a number of third-party apps, set tasks to repeat and warn you multiple occasions, and sync between devices.
Now Appigo is getting Todo and it is many task-slaying features towards the Mac. Additionally, you will have the ability to open separate “Multi-Adaptive Windows” to be able to, say, play one for top-priority products, and the other for the inbox, so that you can jot lower suggestions for organizing later.
Along with Todo for Mac, Appigo has additionally announced Cloud Sync, an over-the-air service to keep your Todo tasks and lists on a single page involving the iOS devices as well as your Mac. Like Cultured Code’s new Cloud Sync beta for Things, Appigo’s Clound Sync is really a located service-it’s offered like a compensated feature of Todo Online, Appigo’s Web-based task manager, for $20 each year. Todo for iPhone and iPad were updated Tuesday to aid this latest feature.
Appigo has yet to pin a cost or release date on Todo for Mac besides summer time 2011, but the organization states the program is going to be obtainable in the Mac Application Store. If you are thinking about assisting to test the beta and eliminate bugs, you are able to affect the beta program around the Todo for Mac site.