Appigo talks Todo for iPad - TiPb at WWDC 2010

Boyd Timothy and Calvin Gainsford from Appigo show off Todo on the iPad, its features and how using the iPad is different from using the iPhone. And, of course, tell TiPb what they think of iOS 4 and iPhone 4.

(It's possible they like it a lot.)

Video after the break!


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Appigo talks Todo for iPad - TiPb at WWDC 2010

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Please work out your issues with Remember The Milk. I prefer it over Toodledoo. ToDo is a great program and I love it. A missing feature for me is the ability to add reminders and to-do's via voice so that you don't have to type it in. "remind me to call Bob at 10AM on Friday October 13th". That is a must have feature for those of us who move around a lot and want to voice themselves a message.

Todo on the iPad is great. I used to use FC planning system years ago, but the iphone app was terrible. I went from post-its all over my desk, to using Todo daily. A+

I've been using this almost from day one of getting my iPad and find it invaluable at work and for personal lists. I started using the Toodledoo synchronization when I got my EVO 4G android phone, that way I can keep my todo's in sync across my phone, computer and iPad. I use the checklist and project tasks a lot, so I needed to subscribe to Toodledoo but it seems a fair price for the functionality so I don't mind. Being able to manually move tasks around is a great Todo feature that is missing on most competitors.
One thing I would like to see is when using project tasks if the dates change on the subtasks I'd like the main task's date to move to the furthest date out from the subtasks.