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I’m quickly becoming a huge fan of Toodledo, the native iPhone iPod Touch app from Toodledo that works with their web-based take program.
While Appigo’s ToDo and Notebook are powerful apps that also work with Toodledo.com, Toodledo’s iPhone app is not only far less expensive ($3.99 vs $9.99), but it also offers a far greater selection of ways to organize and view tasks. For example, you can arrange by date, priority, tag, context and more.
According to the developer-
Toodledo is a powerful task manager that will help you stay organized and be more productive. You can use Toodledo as a standalone application, or you can have it seamlessly synchronize everything with Toodledo.com, one of the most popular online task managers. Toodledo is flexible enough to work with many different styles of list management. You can use the popular GTD methodology, or you can use your own system. You can keep things simple, or you can add as much complexity as you need. Keeping track of your to-do list has never been easier.
Only a few days after it was initially released, Toodledo has already received a big update. Toodledo Version 1.1…
We recently took a look at a couple of programs that allow you to quickly shoot off pre-formatted messages. Maildash came out on top.
With Maildash you can quickly launch the app, choose a recipient and a prepared message and tap "Send". In seconds your message is on the way. It is a simple, quick and powerful way to send emails quickly. Moreover, Maildash has the added benefit of allowing you to personalizing the message templates automatically.
While there is a bit of a learning curve with Maildash the time spent getting to know the app is well worth it!
Maildash received an update tonight that makes it even more powerful! The update adds-
Where! helped me locate gas when my car was on vapors and coffee when I was flling asleep at the wheel.
For that reason alone I am a fan!
Where! was just updated and got some neat new functionality in the process.
With Where! you can now…
By: Amy A.I.
By: Wide Email
I recently reviewed the app White Noise.
White Noise is one of the many background noise apps available currently in the App Store, but it was, in my opinion, the best of the bunch.
Now that it has been updated to version 2.0 it is even better.
This is HUGE NEWS for iPhone users.
As I have noted previously, I am a big fan of using voice recognition with my computer and transcription services such as Jott and reQall with my iPhone. At this point, I don’t know what I would do without them.
The problem with Jott and reQall, however, is that recordings are limited to just 15 or 30 seconds. While I certainly understand the need to limit the amount of transcription due to cost, bandwidth and general server “drag”, I have been wishing for a solution that allowed me to record far longer notes using my iPhone and have them transcribed.
One solution that has worked, despite its cumbersome implementation, has been making a recording with WebIS’s Note2Self, sending it to my iMac, and then playing it while MacSpeech Dictate transcribes the voice note. It works more or less but it can be inaccurate and takes too many steps.
Well, the good news is, a solution is on the way thanks to WebIS and Note2Self.
Don’t let this happen to you…
I went to send a private tweet to a friend of mine but mishandled the “private tweet“ setting. A private tweet went out to… EVERYONE.
I know, I know, it isn’t brain surgery to send a private tweet but with each Twitter app having its own way of handling private tweets, it gets a bit confusing at times.
Fortunately for me, the tweet didn’t include the nuclear launch codes, any bad language, or gossip. Still, it was a bit disconcerting to realize how easy it can be to get yourself into a lot of trouble with the tap of a button.
It is for this reason I’m pleased that an update to our favorite iPhone/iPod Touch Twitter client makes private tweeting super easy and downright foolproof.