The Omni Group is famous for their high quality, thoughtfully designed, and enormously useful productivity apps for iPhone, iPad, and Macs, including OmniFocus, OmniGraphSketcher, OmniGraffle, and OmniOutliner. They were one of the earliest high profile developers to go all-in on the iPad, bringing several of their premium apps to platform on launch day. Not believing the "consumption not creation" mantra of the usual suspects, they took cues from Apple on model controls and full screen workflows and re-imagined their apps until they became a way to almost finger-paint with productivity.
In addition to their user interface and user experience work, they've also been early adopters of new iOS features, such as adding location to task management and implementing iCloud sync.
Live from [Macworld 2012], Ken Case talks about all of the above and more, and where The Omni Group might be going next.
Check out the video above, and find all of the Omni Group's finely crafted apps on the App Store via the links below.
- OmniFocus for iPhone - $19.99 - App Store link
- OmniFocus for iPad - $39.99 - App Store link
- OmniGraphSketcher for iPad - $14.99 - App Store link
- OmniGraffle - $49.99 - App Store link
- OmniOutliner - $19.99 - App Store link
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