Dejumble
Dejumble
2.3

3.3

Dejumble free download for Mac

Dejumble2.3

12 November 2012

Create and organize tasks in the menubar.

Overview

Dejumble offers a fast and simple way to create and organize tasks and notes. It sits nicely in the menubar for easy access, so tasks are presented in an efficient way without interrupting the users workflow.

Dejumble offers keyword tagging for additional categorization of large lists. Users may easily search by title or keyword tags with the advanced search bar. Whether users need to quickly create a to-do list, or organize thousands of tasks for many projects, Dejumble can help.

Dejumble 2.0 has seamless iCal synchronization. By synchronizing with iCal users can keep their tasks with them on the go or access them online using third party solutions that sync with iCal.

Version 2 brings powerful, yet simple note taking capabilities. Now, Dejumble 2.0 can be used for more than just task lists. Capture ideas, jot a quick note, and keep all your information in a quickly accessible, searchable location.

With Dejumble 2.0 you can sync your tasks with multiple computers and devices running Dejumble using your Dejumble Accounts service. Requires Dejumble for iPhone, available on the AppStore.

What's new in Dejumble

Version 2.3:
  • Performance fixes for OS X 10.7 Lion and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
  • Fixes major memory leak that would occur for some users.
  • Removes legacy code and options for no longer supported features.
  • Fixes to due date not correctly showing time when set to zero minutes.
  • Fix issue with selected tag now showing depending on case.
  • Uses modern memory management.

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How would you rate Dejumble app?

19 Reviews of Dejumble

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Divematerza
31 December 2008
Version: 1.2b25

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I was frustrated in the beginning with Dejumble bugs, now I am just irritated. β25 (twenty five) just tell you how wrong they got it. 1)Sync does not work! 2)Company is looking for new funding 3)Version 2 out soon .... really? 4)Details of version 2 are kept secret as not to compromise the product. Come on guys, people are moving to other solutions. Throw a bone here and let us know What & When to expect things to miraculously happen. For the moment stay away!
(8)
Nimai-pandit
01 October 2014
Version: 2.3
Is this still under development? It won't launch/open in Mavericks 10.9.5. Developers site is shut down. I liked this app a lot and I think the developers should have warned us that their site is shut down and the app is not working. I could have saved the information I have stored there. If you are the developer please speak up.
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2
Rochade
13 November 2012
Version: 2.3
While I like the interface it seems I was mislead by the description: synchronizes with iCal so you can keep the tasks on the go. Well, it seems I can only create new local calendars and not choose/create a calendar with iCloud. There is no help included (maybe there is a way to get it to sync with iCloud). To conclude: for me a total waste of money.
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Miner
17 August 2012
Version: 2.0.2
I think the operation has folded their tents.....
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CuZinBrucie
07 January 2011
Version: 2.0.0 Beta 22
I got the program here at a discount back in May of 2008 for $9.99. I find Dejumble easy enough to use, but with all of the other things available and my 60 year old brain I only think about using it when an update is offered. It is on my menubar and everything but just not in the mainstream of my consciousness. They are now on the apple ap store and that is the reason I came to MacUpdate. I wanted to determine if the 2.0 version would cost me. I would give it 3.5 stars. It is useful but not compelling. I find that notes in Mail and on my iPod touch suffice. I see that the iPod/Phone is $4.95, as you might have surmised I'm a cheapskate. CuZinBruce
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Zx81
17 October 2010
Version: 2.0.0 Beta 20
Oh, and I forgot the Epitaph : "To Sinking Code, a dear memory.
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Zx81
17 October 2010
Version: 2.0.0 Beta 20
I have tried to download the last "stable release" (1.3.3, by the way...) : got "404 - Not Found" The Thinking code site is "currently under maintenance" and appears to have been for a long time. The last post on http://getsatisfaction.com/thinkingcode from "Allan, Official rep." of Thinking code was 1 year ago... As one of the contributors on the getsatisfaction forum says, "Well it looks like the coffin lowering in the ground for Dejumble" Allan, if it's the real name, must be amused at the credulity some of us have been capable of. RIP
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Zx81
17 October 2010
Version: 2.0.0 Beta 20
Download links leads to Beta 19 -which tells me it has expired -. This is getting slightly annoying...
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Sachi
04 October 2010
Version: 2.0.0 Beta 19
Maybe will be a nice app after bug fix. Now it is soo slow to start up (about 1 min starting on i5 iMac 8Gb Ram, longer then Photoshop) In last beta 19 is a problem with tab switching. And often take a lot of processor resources.
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Just-A-User
11 September 2010
Version: 2.0.0 Beta 18
brave to ask money for this bug collection
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Tfindlay
26 May 2010
Version: 2.0.0 Beta 7
Improving but I wish the "All" button would work.
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Rpphoto
18 May 2010
Version: 2.0.0 Beta 5
New version looks interesting, and it syncs now. Still has some rough edges, but it is a beta. Starting to take on the flavor of other gtd apps. Also, seems like they're being very responsive to user input. Starting to like this one.
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Rpphoto
07 May 2010
Version: 2.0.0 Beta 3
I've tried and tried to get the sync to work, but no luck. Works ok to make a simple list with projects and tasks at this point, but I was hoping to use it to input items to BusyCal,which is what I use instead of iCal. It creates a calendar in BusyCal/iCal with your project name, but the tasks never seem to show up. Maybe I'll try it again when this is fixed.
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Fishscale
05 May 2010
Version: 2.0.0 Beta 2
Dejumble just does not work as it is supposed to. There are free apps that run circles around dejumble, the shareware apps are doing backflips over it. The price as well.. a wee bit too high to say the least. I hope the dev's did not post this beta here as it is not ready, even for a beta.
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paulrudy
20 January 2010
Version: 1.3.2
Installs itself as a login item without asking. How totally obnoxious.
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Oneblessedguy
09 June 2009
Version: 1.2.1
You can check out more information at: http://getsatisfaction.com/thinkingcode or http://getsatisfaction.com/thinkingcode/products/thinkingcode_dejumble_for_iphone
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Divematerza
31 December 2008
Version: 1.2b25
I was frustrated in the beginning with Dejumble bugs, now I am just irritated. β25 (twenty five) just tell you how wrong they got it. 1)Sync does not work! 2)Company is looking for new funding 3)Version 2 out soon .... really? 4)Details of version 2 are kept secret as not to compromise the product. Come on guys, people are moving to other solutions. Throw a bone here and let us know What & When to expect things to miraculously happen. For the moment stay away!
(8)
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claus-in-iceland
08 December 2008
Version: 1.2b25
i tried to sync ipod touch and desktop dejumble, but sync has NEVER worked! :-(. so i asked for a refound, at apple store no problem, but Allan Phillips of Thinking Code Software promised me to refound - this was ca. 2 months ago -, but this never happened. and since then he is not answering my mails. bad bad - NO - support. i usw THINGS now, well, and THINGS is working!
(3)
Easer
01 October 2008
Version: 1.2b19.2
I have not checked out or used this program. It appears to be good. Nonetheless, I encourage people to also check out "I'm On Time," as it may have features you find useful. I've used it for ages, and it's served me very well. http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/6220/imontime
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Oneblessedguy
29 August 2008
Version: 1.2b9
This is a great program! I was looking for something that was menubar driven and also adaptable. I use GTD and I wanted something that was useable and then got out of the way. The menubar option gave me that control. The program is not perfect but then again, neither is iGTD. But this program is much more stable. iGTD does have recurring tasks. Dejumble does not but is planned in the near future, I hear. (See below.) I consider this the only major feature missing. Good solid program. Worth trying and see if it fits into your workflow. It did mine and it does it well. Some people are comparing this to programs like iGTD and Omnifocus. That is good and bad. The bad part of it is that I consider them bloatware when compared to the simple effectiveness of this program. The good part of it is that it does sync with iCal. It does manage your tasks on a day to day basis. This program fills that niche between excessive feature overload and just plain getting things processed and completed.
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3.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later

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