Over the summer, I experimented with a lot of different app configurations. I tried
too many task management apps to see how different things fared. I loved my solution, but I wanted to see what else was out there. Then I bifurcated my tasks and used two apps. Splitting my brain in this way was tough, but has been extremely rewarding.
A few months later, I found myself with an Apple Watch. Continue reading “Basic”
The keynote address that unveiled the iPhone 7/7 Plus, the
delayed AirPods, and the new Apple Watches got me thinking about the upcoming future of our wireless world. The announcement was met with some praise and criticism, but also a vision of the future.
Continue reading “The Age of Wire-less”
With the latest update in the App Store, 2Do has gone free for 14 days, with an in-app purchase to keep pro features. But the big news here: if you’ve ever wanted to try the app out in its full capability can now do so to see if switching to 2Do is right for them.
Although I am happy to support developers — as I’ve probably purchased hundreds of dollars of apps — I’m really happy to see this type of change for productivity apps. So many of these types of apps need to have sustainable business models to keep them around, and are worthy of a higher price. But many users are hesitant to buy before they try. I like that these apps are starting to explore the try-before-you-buy model, and I hope that it brings more revenue to the developers that deserve it.
As I’ve written many times before, 2Do is the best task management system I have ever used on iOS, hands down. And I’m really excited about the potential of a big 4.0 release in the future, full of a long wishlist of new features.
If you’ve ever wondered what it was like to move to a new system, to try the best, now is your chance. What’s holding you back? Nothing now – go get 2Do on the App Store for free (to try). And if you like it, get the IAP, and support its continued development.