Appigo’s TodoÂ (TMA Review), one of the more robust task managers on the App Store, has just been updated to 5.0 and now supports iCloud sync. Todo already syncs with a number of services, including Todo Online, Dropbox, iCal, Toodledo.com and others. But with the latest update, keeping your tasks synced across Todo apps on the iPhone, iPad and MacÂ just got a whole lot easier. On the iDevice, it’s a matter of going into Settings, Synchronization, Service and tapping on the iCloud button. Assuming you’re already on iOS 5 and signed in on your device, the app requires no other data input from your end. You don’t even have to press a sync button – it all happens in the background. The freeÂ Todo LiteÂ for the iPhone was also updated to include support for the iCloud.
With the fast-paced business life of today, itâ€™s often easy to forget the little things. And sometimes those things turn out not to be so little. Of course any sensible person knows the preferred way to keep track of all the stuff to do and remember is a post-it note on your desktop monitor. But this way, although awesome in many respects, presents an issue when you need to look up something while away from your desk. I know the obvious way out is to haul around your monitor with you, but a smart person would probably opt for something like Todo.
Appigo’s Todo, a highly capable and fully featured task management app for the iPhone/iPod Touch has just received a significant update that finally takes full advantage of iOS 4.0. Todo now supports Hi-Res graphics for the Retina Display, multitasking, ability to create multiple alerts per task and even local notification. For those who rely on Todo to keep track of their busy work schedules, these new additions will undoubtedly make the app even more handy.
Coinciding with this 4.0 update, Appigo has also launched their new Todo Online service, which allows for over-the-air Cloud sync for all your iDevices that run Todo. The asking price for this new feature will cost $19.99, and a 14 day trial subscription is also available. Make sure you grab this update if you’ve already purchased the app.
Orem, Utah – Appigo, Inc., a worldwide leader of high quality iPhone and iPad apps, introduces Corkulous(TM) idea board for the iPad, an app in which users can place visually collect, organize, and store ideas.
“Corkulous is a slight departure from our other productivity apps because it’s very visually oriented,” tells Calvin Gaisford, President and Co-founder, Appigo, Inc. “The iPad is an incredible device that merges the virtual and physical world and Corkulous harnesses this concept by making your ideas completely tangible.”
As part of our seemingly never ending Forum Giveaways, we have 2 great productivity apps and 1 awesome word game for the taking today. First up we have Ilium Software’sÂ eWallet ($9.99), one of the most popular and comprehensive password/info manager apps for the iPhone. If you’re looking for an app to store away all your personal data and ensure all things sensitive are kept away from prying eyes, you certainly can’t go wrong with eWallet. And for those of you who need a little more organizing in your life, Appigo’s Todo ($9.99) is a premier todo app that comes loaded with a slew of features, including the ability to sync with Toodledo, Remember the Milk, iCal and Outlook. Last but not least, we have a fantastic word game inÂ Lexic, one that got ‘Kissed’ in the review by TMA’s editor-in-chief shigzeo. 1 of 5 copies for each of these titles are just waiting to be won. How? Details after the gap!
When I first switched over to the iPhone 3G from my Sony Erricson P910i (bless that phone), one of the things I missed most was the ability of programs to run in the background. My primary need on the P910i was for third party Todo apps to notify me of reminders/events via a screen pop up (along with a sound) even when they were “closed”. While the iPhone still doesn’t support apps running in the background, the introduction of the Push Notification feature with the 3.0 OS update has helped solve this particular issue. Thankfully, Appigo’s Todo (one of the most robust and fully featured todo app we reviewed here) now supports Push and users can FINALLY get instant pop up alerts of upcoming tasks, no matter what it is they’re doing on their iDevice. For those not familiar with the push feature, I have included a mini run-down on how to get it up and running with the Todo app.
Appigo, Todo, $9.99, 1.6MB
TouchMyApps is giving away 5 copies of Appigo’s Todo, arguably the best and most fully featured todo utility on the iDevice. Want it to sync with Toodledo and/or Remember the Milk? Done. Yearning for drag ‘n drop capabilities as well as multiple task lists? Appigo’s got your back. TMA’s Gokunama recently reviewed Todo and gave it our Kiss It rating. At $9.99, it’s definitely not the cheapest todo app out there, but as the saying goes, you get what you pay for.
For a chance to win 1 of 5 codes, first check out our review and watch the video of Todo in action after the jump. Then, submit a comment and let us know what YOU think of Appigo’s app. Winners will be selected randomly and the contest will close July 12th.
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For any who have read my Pocket Informant review, you already know what got me into looking for apps that sync to online services, but for those of you who haven’t read it yet, I’ll give a brief summary of my need for online back up. At first, I depended on the inbuilt notes app and calendar for everything, but my old PC decided to quit syncing my calendar app and contacts to Outlook, and of course my notes, which included my todos simply didn’t sync when I first got my iPhone 3G. To top it all off, backing up my iPhone to iTunes seemed just a colossal waste of my free time.