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    What are apps are people using to support GTD on the iPhone?

  • #2
    I use Nozbe on my phone, and it works great. Syncs to their web app, so I can access my data from any PC or from my phone. Link is in my signature.

    The ToodleDo app is pretty solid as well, though I don't care for the style of their overall system as much as Nozbe.

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    • #3
      I was already using OmniFocus on my macbook, so when I bought an iPhone the decision was easy: OmniFocus!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by personjm View Post
        What are apps are people using to support GTD on the iPhone?
        I use Toodledo. There is a an iphone app, but several other iPhone apps will sync to the Toodledo server. I think the best of these is Appigo Todo. Some people like Remember the Milk. If you use a mac, take a look at Things and Omnifocus.

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        • #5
          Ipod Touch

          Would an Ipod Touch also work for these GTD apps? I think it is an Iphone without the phone.

          Thanks

          SB

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          • #6
            Originally posted by personjm View Post
            What are apps are people using to support GTD on the iPhone?
            Omnifocus!

            - Don

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            • #7
              Originally posted by sbolton View Post
              Would an Ipod Touch also work for these GTD apps? I think it is an Iphone without the phone.

              Thanks

              SB
              I have a 1G Ipod touch and so far as I have had experience - I have yet to find any app that does not work with the Ipod Touch as does the iPhone; however, any of the web-apps will not work unless you are connected to a wireless connection.

              Mike

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              • #8
                Omnifocus for the win

                I've tried Things on both the iPhone and my Mac but I personally found it to be too simple. I'd recommend it for someone first starting out with GTD.

                I've recently replaced these with Omnifocus after it seemed to be the most popular and I have to say I can see why.

                The capture element to the iPhone app is very quick and easy to use which is what you need when you need to grab that thought. I also like how easily the iPhone app is to see what I need to do next, to create projects and next actions and how to mark them as complete.

                The app has the ability to be as simple as you need it to be but also to be how complex you want it to be.

                The sync function works very well with MobileMe and within seconds everything appears on both the iPhone and the Mac.

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                • #9
                  How about as simple an application as you can get away with, adding complexity only if you absolutely need it.

                  i'm sure omnifocus is wonderful, but Things is good enough for my purposes.

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                  • #10
                    We have heard from the Apple Camp. What about the Windows World?

                    I know how wonderful the Apple world can be but many of us are in a Windows environment.

                    I have recently started using iMExchange to see my tasks on corp. Exchange server.

                    What other tools are available for those of us on the other side?

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                    • #11
                      I found a solution a while ago: THINGS for Mac and THINGS for iPhone. I became a convert, and my experience is similar to Saul's conversion.

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