LifeShaker
LifeShaker
1.2.4

2.3

LifeShaker free download for Mac

LifeShaker

1.2.4
25 November 2009

Novel approach to to-do lists.

Overview

LifeShaker revolutionizes to-do lists with its unique interface and novel approach to getting stuff done:
  • See nine goals at a glance in LifeShaker's innovative grid view
  • Shake up the grid to bring new goals into the mix
  • Create categories for your goals and give them custom colours
  • Break a goal down into steps and see only the next step in the grid
  • Print your grid, goals and steps into a handy booklet
  • Prioritise your goals with our special stars
  • Drag completed goals to the tick and hear the sweet sound of success
  • Drop those pesky goals (that you're avoiding) on the Backburner but mind your fingers...it's hot!
  • ...and listen out for some nifty sound effects

What's new in LifeShaker

Version 1.2.4:

NOTE: According to the developer's site, LifeShaker for Mac OS X is no longer being developed or sold. A version for iOS devices is currently in the works.

  • [FIX] Minor cosmetic changes for compatibility with Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

7 LifeShaker Reviews

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Macnerd1984
04 September 2007

Most helpful

I'm a terrible disorganised person. My head's a mess and my life is too. I envy those who manage to retain a sense of order because not once in 34 years have I managed it. So, I downloaded this app assuming it would be another one of those things which I use for a couple of days and then leave. I've tried hundreds of to do list style apps, organisers etc. Honestly, it may well still be that, but I don't think so. At first, I thought it looked a bit spartan, and the prefs revealed a pane with just 3options, but then I realised how clever this thing really is. For me, it's power lies in it's simplity. It's all there, laid out easily in an anderstandable and instantly viewable way. It might look a bit Fisher Price to users of some of the more "sophisticated" GTD apps, but then they probably need more than this app provides. I'm going to buy it and hopefully I'll still be using in a month's time! The only thing I would like to see is some control over font sizing and colours. If you're looking for an innovative yet simple way to manage day to day tasks, I think this might well hit the spot. Great stuff.
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Version 1.0b2
F451
30 January 2012
From the developer's website: LifeShaker for Mac OS X is no longer on sale. We are currently developing an iOS version of LifeShaker.
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Version 1.2.4
1 answer(s)
Regular-Warren
Regular-Warren
30 January 2012
Thanks for the heads-up! I've added a note to the listing. :-)
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cmcshane228
09 October 2011
I cannot get LifeShaker to work with Snow Leopard. I don't think it is compatible with Snow Leopard.
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Version 1.2.4
1 answer(s)
cmcshane228
cmcshane228
09 October 2011
I have to retract my comment. I contacted the developer directly and he made some sort of adjustment to my serial number on his end. It is now opening and working correctly.
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02 March 2011
No update for over a year? A pity as it's put me off purchasing.
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Version 1.2.4
Zentask
25 November 2009
The application is well planned and with a simple and unique structure, but the design should be more attractive. Go and get some lightweight feeling in and choose lighter color-design. Hope to get some iphone-app too in the future. The booklet-service is great! Go on!
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Version 1.2.4
Kentr
15 March 2009
Said goodbye to a desk full of stickies. Works great and fun to use. It's not for people that need hundreds of to do reminders. This program is better for smaller to do lists and pressing things you need to get done soon. My desk is much cleaner now and I'm getting more done.
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Version 1.2.3
Andrea5722
24 October 2007
This program made me think at the crews of European "conquistadores" that traded clinging and colored beads [the software colored lists and rattling sounds] with natives, against rich and valuable resources [my own 29 bucks]. While the program tries to place its value in its simplicity, lack of critical features [for me] such as no printing capability and one single installation per license [I can't transfer all of those cute lists onto my laptop when I travel??!!] have left me with that terrible taste as when coffee is mistakenly sweetened with salt ... Beware consumer, beware ...
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Version 1.0.2
3 answer(s)
Funky-Cloud
Funky-Cloud
31 October 2007
The main reason that LifeShaker is only single install is because in version 1 it is not possible to sync the database between two systems so therefore it really doesn't make sense to have more than one install. You could manually transfer the database file between two systems but you'd also really have to transfer the preferences too and it soon gets messy. Printing will be the next major feature and existing customers will get that for free. I'm sorry to hear that you feel deceived because of course that's not our intention. The whole reason we have a 14 day trial is so you can try LifeShaker out and decide if it is suitable for you or not.
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Version 1.0.2
Easer
Easer
25 February 2008
What if I am willing to put up with the messiness of transferring the files from one machine to another? I do that with a lot of programs.
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Version 1.1
Funky-Cloud
Funky-Cloud
26 February 2008
That's fine. We've just changed it so LifeShaker now allows installation on two systems as long as the software is not in use on both at the same time.
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Version 1.1
Macnerd1984
04 September 2007
I'm a terrible disorganised person. My head's a mess and my life is too. I envy those who manage to retain a sense of order because not once in 34 years have I managed it. So, I downloaded this app assuming it would be another one of those things which I use for a couple of days and then leave. I've tried hundreds of to do list style apps, organisers etc. Honestly, it may well still be that, but I don't think so. At first, I thought it looked a bit spartan, and the prefs revealed a pane with just 3options, but then I realised how clever this thing really is. For me, it's power lies in it's simplity. It's all there, laid out easily in an anderstandable and instantly viewable way. It might look a bit Fisher Price to users of some of the more "sophisticated" GTD apps, but then they probably need more than this app provides. I'm going to buy it and hopefully I'll still be using in a month's time! The only thing I would like to see is some control over font sizing and colours. If you're looking for an innovative yet simple way to manage day to day tasks, I think this might well hit the spot. Great stuff.
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Version 1.0b2
Free

2.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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