Dunnit! todo app integrates Openfeint
While there are plenty of fully featured and very solid Todo and Task Management apps for your iPhone (Pocket Informant, Appigo’s Todo, To-Do List Pro, there are currently none in the market that makes use of OpenFeint to help motivate users to “get things done”. Thanks to Runloop however, Dunnit! becomes the first non game/entertainment app to integrate the social gaming platform into the app.
Runloop believes that adding collectible achievements to a To Do list app will provide increased incentive for users to remain productive. Integrating OpenFeint allows users to compete against their friends and colleagues. Points are earned by simply using the app to get things done.
Aside from the aforementioned feature, Dunnit! looks to be a simple and well designed todo app that includes Twitter integration (tweet your completed tasks/achievements to boast just how productive your are), tagging, repeating tasks, multiple task entry and more. Personally, I’m not entirely sure just how many folks will find the need for OpenFeint in a GTD app, but regardless, kudos to Runloop for bringing something new to the table and one that could very well catch on with other non-game developers. More info and video after the gap!
Runloop Ltd, Dunnit! – $4.99
Who says it has to be all work and no play? Dunnit! combines effortless task management, with social gaming service OpenFeint allowing you to compete with friends and unlock achievements all while being productive.
Dunnit! organizes your tasks into smart groups based on the due date. Groups get more focussed the nearer the due date. This allows you to free you mind of dates and concentrate on what needs doing next.
âœ” Twitter Integration
Twitter integration has been included within Dunnit! giving you the opportunity to let your followers know how productive you are being. Send tweets when you’ve completed particular tasks or achievements.
âœ” Social Gaming
Integrating the OpenFeint social gaming platform allows you to compete against your friends and strangers to see who is the most productive. Earn points by simply using the app to be productive.
Tagging enables you to quickly focus on a specific group of tasks. This can be great for a project at work or everyday things like shopping lists when you are out and about.
âœ” Multiple Task Entry
Adding tasks on the iPhone can be fiddly and time consuming. Dunnit includes a number of methods to enter multiple tasks quickly and effortlessly, even allowing you to copy lists from other applications.
âœ” Repeating Tasks
Enter repeat tasks without cluttering up your task list. Once you mark a repeat task as complete Dunnit! will create the next one for you at the repeat interval you have selected.