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Here are the 10 Apple Watch apps you should download on launch day
Here are the 10 Apple Watch apps you should have on your wrist from day one.
| April 23
Get things done on the go and on your wrist with OmniFocus for Apple Watch
OmniFocus for Apple Watch is “designed deliberately for Apple’s most personal device.”
| April 14
OmniFocus 2 goes universal, brings new features to the iPhone
The Omni Group has added universal support to its popular OmniFocus 2 app for iOS.
| April 3
From WatchAware: OmniFocus on Apple Watch will bring GTD to your wrist
The king of the "getting things done" category will bring OmniFocus to your Apple Watch in the near future.
| March 12
Extensions in iOS 8: How they work and apps that use them already
What are iOS 8 app extensions? Here's a quick overview.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| September 17
Cydia tweak: Get on-demand reminder notifications with RemindMeAnywhere
RemindMeAnywhere could make it easier for you to remember important tasks.
| July 18
AppAdvice Daily: Hottest New Productivity Apps With An iOS 7 Spin
We're getting productive with the hottest new apps of the week on today's AppAdvice Daily.
| September 23
The Omni Group Rebuilds OmniFocus 2 For iPhone From The Ground Up For iOS 7
Ramp up your productivity with OmniGroup's brand new OmniFocus 2 for iPhone.
| September 19
OmniFocus For iPhone Update Adds New Background Sync Options And More
OmniFocus for iPhone has just received an update that adds new Background Sync options and a number of other improvements.
| July 16
The Omni Group Cuts OmniFocus For iPad And OmniFocus For Mac Prices In Half
Adjusting prices is not at all The Omni Group's style. Therefore, you can probably imagine how shocked we were to hear of big OmniFocus price drops.
| June 12
Frustrated With OmniFocus For iPhone Crashing? It's Finally Fixed!
OmniFocus for iPhone squashes bugs, and gets unique, repeating tasks!
| March 26
The Word Is Out: OmniFocus For iPhone And Siri Get Along Pretty Well
You can finally use Siri to easily add tasks to OmniFocus for iPhone.
| November 19
OmniFocus For iPhone And iPad Updated: Adds Support For iOS 5
Great news, OmniFocus fans: The popular applications for the iPhone and iPad have recently received updates, adding support for iOS 5 (which launched yesterday), along with a variety of other new features.
| October 13
OmniFocus For iPhone Updated: Adds Forecast View & Many Fixes
The Omni Group has recently updated its $19.99 OmniFocus for iPhone application, adding a forecast view, several new features and many bug fixes.
| June 25
Task Management On The iPad Just Got Easier With OmniFocus 1.3
Make your life easier with the ultimate task management iPad app. OmniFocus for iPad has just been updated to version 1.3. and many new features are part of the package. One of them is called the forecast mode and includes calendar events in a convenient timeline.
| May 23
OmniOutliner For iPad Submitted - Expect It To Hit The App Store Soon
The OmniGroup recently announced that it has submitted OmniOutliner for iPad to the App Store, meaning that - providing the app doesn't get rejected - we can expect the application to become available in the coming weeks.
| May 7
OmniFocus For iPhone To Gain The Currently iPad-Exclusive Forecast Feature
It appears that The Omni Group is hard at work to make their OmniFocus products more inline with each other. In fact, one of the features that debuted with OmniFocus for iPad has been confirmed to be making its way to the iPhone and desktop versions of the app.
| April 6
All It Takes Is a Little Discipline
Disciplines can be applied to your iPhone. Let's be frank: the iPhone is dead sexy and dead snappy. It's a high tech toy that can do a lot of cool things, as seen in the commercials. But just because you got a smartphone that is smart in its attitude, this doesn't mean you can't accomplish amazing things with it.
| April 13
Column: The Secret to Getting Things Done, Keeping It Simple
As my friends know how busy I am, I was inundated with many Productivity application suggestions. So I went shopping. Window shopping. (Yes, you can go window shopping on a Mac, sacrilegious as it may sound...) I browsed through the various applications, reviewing what the paid downloads offered over the free ones, and I was a bit overwhelmed by it all. Then I stopped for a moment and considered all this organization, considered all the options being offered to sort and categorize one's lifestyle, and asked myself "When do I have the time to organize all this stuff?"
| April 6