If you're a task-management freak but still haven't found an iPad app that can take care of all your GTD needs, consider downloading Metro Tasks: Love your to-dos!, a new application that's available for $6.99 in the iPad App Store.
There are so many task managers in the AppStore that finding the one that will work for you can be a task in and of itself. This AppGuide should help you find the right app for you and cross that off your list!
Pocket Lists ($2.99) is a fully featured to-do application that has recently appeared in the App Store. Though a number of other GTD apps are already available, the reasonable price, design and feature-set of Pocket Lists makes it something rather more interesting that just another run-of-the-mill to-do application.
To-do list apps are a complicated thing, and there are just so many of them out there! What if you are looking for an app that just focuses on what is happening now, and presents it in a very simple and minimal interface? Then you'll want to check out this one.
Getting things done can be a difficult task, especially for people who like to procrastinate a lot. The apps in this AppGuide will help you organize tasks and get them done, both quickly and efficiently. We have now added the Remember The Milk app, which based on the popular todo service that integrates with many apps you probably already use every day.
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.
Organizing information on the Web can be a little overwhelming. When conducting research, saving dozens of webpages to your favorites can be messy and counterproductive. DNoteIt lets you capture the text and images you want, so you can scrap the rest.