Productivity Apps

Kickoff for Mac and iPhone lets you manage work chats and group to-do lists

Kickoff for Mac and iPhone aims to streamline getting things done and communicating with workgroups. That means sharing task lists, splitting up who is doing what, and chatting about it in real time. Whether you run a small to medium-sized business or have colleagues in remote geographical locations, Kickoff has something to offer.

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Good Habits for iPhone review

Good Habits by Good To Hear is an iPhone app that helps you build habits by doing something every day. It features a colorful interface that keeps track of your current and past chains of success.

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Things for iPhone, iPad, and Mac review

Things is a detailed task manager by Cultured Code that will help you organize your very busy life. Things isn't just a simple to-do list, it's a serious "get things done" (GTD) tool that allows you to create projects, each with their own set of tasks, assign tags and specific areas, and much, much more. With versions for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, and a sophisticated syncing service called Things Cloud, you can keep and update all your projects and tasks wherever you go.

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BugMe! Stickies for iPhone and iPad review

BugMe! Stickies is an iPhone and iPad app that lets you create notes that resemble the popular, square, colorful sticky notes that we're all familiar with. You can use these stickies to create text or handwritten notes, set alarms and reminders, and even download stationary-like stickies that can be used to send notes to your friends.

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Apple's Get Stuff Done promo slashes prices on popular Mac App Store productivity apps

Apple has launched a three week promotional sale featuring popular productivity apps for Mac. Each week will feature a different kind of todo app to help you get things done. The first week runs from January 24th through January 31 and the category is "prioritize".

Popular productivity apps such as Clear, Things 2, 2Do, Due, and many more great apps that can help enhance your overall Mac workflow are on sale, sometimes even for as much as 50% off.

Here's a complete list of what's available and on sale in the Mac app store for this week -

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Things 2 for Mac is 50% off until January 31st

If you currently have Things 2 for iOS but just couldn't bite the bullet and pay $49.99 for the Mac version, you can now get it for half off but only for a limited time. Things 2 for Mac is currently on sale in the Mac App Store for $24.99 until January 31st.

Things 2 is a beautiful task management suite that's available for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. It's on the higher end when it comes to price but Things 2 brought with it a slew of great features that make it worth the price tag for anyone who wants to get things done with one of the best task management apps available.

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Todo app Carrot keeps you on task with personality and attitude

We've seen many todo apps for iPhone but Carrot is the first one that has a personality of its own. The idea behind Carrot is that it should motivate you to do things. As you complete things, Carrot becomes happy with you and may even give you a reward. But if you go too long without getting anything accomplished, Carrot becomes angry.

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Readdle having huge Black Friday sale on iPhone and iPad apps

The folks at Readdle make some of the best productivity apps for the iPhone and iPad, and for two days (beginning on Black Friday) all their apps will be up to 80% off. One of their most popular apps, PDF Expert for iPhone will actually be available for free!

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Microsoft Office once again reportedly on its way to iOS

Microsoft Office may finally be making its way to iOS. Yes. Again. This time the rumors come courtesy of a press release from Microsoft’s Czech Republic team, as well as Microsoft product manager Petr Bobek.

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Take your notes to the next level with Drafts 2.0 for iPhone and Drafts for iPad

Drafts, by Agile Tortoise is all about getting down your thoughts and ideas quickly and efficiently -- and it's now available on the iPad (as a separate purchase) with the ability to sync content between your iPhone and iPad based on the Simperium platform. The iPhone version has also gone 2.0 and features a fresh new look.

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