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Doable 2.0 Brings Cloud Syncing And Sharing For Your Precious Doables

The app that encourages you to stop planning and start doing has just been updated to version 2.0. I'm talking about Doable, and you'll do well to download Doable 2.0 now. As reviewed by Christine back in September last year, Doable is "an app that wants to be your time planner. No, this is not just another to-do app, like the many that flood the App Store. It's a new way to look at things that you have set as goals, whether they are big or small." Basically, Doable helps you do tasks that you need or want to perform regularly, but not necessarily at a specific time. Like cleaning the toilet or reading a few pages from a book, for example. All you have to do is to enter your recurring tasks, specify how often they have to be done, and let Doable do its thing. That is, to help you actually do them. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. But for all its innovation, Christine did find something lacking in Doable. "I like the concept of Doable a lot," she wrote in her review, "but it still needs one important thing added to make it complete: syncing and backup." Well, thanks to its 2.0 update, Doable now has that one important thing. Doable 2.0 introduces Doable Cloud, a new feature that lets you put your doubles in the cloud and access them across your devices. What's more, it lets you share "doables" with your friends and colleagues using just their email addresses. Also new in Doable 2.0 are the following improvements:
  • Doables are arranged into sections
  • Late notifications are now recurring
  • Fixed notifications issue
  • Lots of goodies + bug fixes!
Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later, Doable 2.0 is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $0.99 download. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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