TiPb Apps 3.1 + Give Away! -- Appigo Todo for iPhone (Macworld 2010)

Appigo Todo for iPhone at Macworld 2010

Live from Macworld 2010, Leanna and Rene talk with Calvin Gaisford and Boyd Timothy of Appigo about Todo [$9.99 - iTunes link] for the iPhone, and their plans for the iPad.

Watch along and let us know what you think!

UPDATE: The awesome folks at Appigo were kind enough to pass along ten (10) Todo promo codes for our TiPb readers. If you want one, just jump over to the TiPb App Forums and let us know what features you'd like to see in the next version of Todo -- for iPhone or iPad!

Note: Promo Codes can only be redeemed in the US App Store (Apple's rule, not ours). They also expire, so if you get one, redeem it ASAP! Contest starts now and ends Wednesday, March 3 at 12pm PST. Good luck!

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Leanna Lofte

Former app and photography editor at iMore, Leanna has since moved on to other endeavors. Mother, wife, mathamagician, even though she no longer writes for iMore you can still follow her on Twitter @llofte.

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TiPb Apps 3.1 + Give Away! -- Appigo Todo for iPhone (Macworld 2010)


I've been considering buying the Appigo for awhile now... but I keep holding off because I've been hoping Apple would implement their own with the Calendar app and MobileMe. And I'm getting sick of waiting.
It looks like a top-quality app... and the guy did a well-spoken, superb job of demonstrating it.

I've been using To Do for over a year and I have liked it a lot. Recently I downloaded BusyCal because iCal just wasn't cutting it & now I like To Do even more. It pairs amazingly and it makes a to do list on your desktop way easier to manage. I've been telling eveyone I know to give it a try.

Todo is the best task management app for the iPhone! It is incredibly flexible, awesomely easy to use, and undoubtedly my most used app. Did I mention that I can sync with Outlook? Yeah!!!!!!

Being a BB convert, I missed the tasks. I did a lot of research and went with Todo. From day one I have been satisfied. This product has far exceeded my expectations. No longer missing tasks on the BB platform. Outstanding job Appigo.

I'm a long time user of ToDo. Great application. I used Things before...but prefer ToDo. I want to know what their "Top Secret Project" is!!

Love the Appigo apps. I use ToDo all of the time, and their other apps are great too. Love their Notebook app integration with ToDo too. They keep improving the app, so much so, that I've never felt the need for any of the more expensive GTD apps.

I agree with fastlane. Been waiting on purchasing similar apps in hopes that apple would change things but it looks like the wait for a quality to do list app is over.

As a user of OmniFocus, I can see how Appigo's interpretation of the ideal To Do app as perhaps more focused and takes a more traditional list-based approach. I can see how this would save some time with short lists with not having to assign projects, contexts, and perspectives.

Man alive. That was smooth in the demonstarion video! I think I should either obtain this app myself or encourage my wife to grab it. Seriously, this is a function the iPhone is lacking and desperately needs!

It looks like a nice todo app, although a tad expensive. Perhaps I'll try it out anyway.