Opus Domini
Opus Domini
2.7.1

2.0

Opus Domini free download for Mac

Opus Domini

2.7.1
16 November 2014

Personal planner and task management.

Overview

Opus Domini is a personal planner and management application that includes:
  • Daily Tasks
  • Master Tasks
  • Compass
  • Goals
  • Mission
  • Multiple Planning Views
  • Meeting Planner
  • Event synchronization with iCal
  • Weather info

What's new in Opus Domini

Version 2.7.1:
  • Master Task Planner bug fix

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19 Opus Domini Reviews

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Puc
26 March 2011

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I wanna test it before I buy it. What about a demo version?
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Version 1.2
Cgc
26 February 2013
Lots of little issues such as crashing in preferences, too many redundant/repetitive warnings, and the delete dropdown menu (right-click) option won't delete a reminder from the calendar. Looks nice but does nothing useful.
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Version 2.4.5
Pir-anha
12 February 2012
this looks really, really promising, but app store doesn't work for me. please consider alternative distribution channels (macupdate works just great).
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Version 1.7
1 answer(s)
ben-marko
ben-marko
18 June 2012
I agree - the App Store doesn't seem to allow for trials or demos. Shame.
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Andrewm8
08 January 2012
I see that master events got synced with iCal, but what about tasks syncing? And what's the difference between lite and full version?
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Version 1.7
2 answer(s)
Andrewm8
Andrewm8
08 January 2012
Another question - does any version sync reminders with iCal?
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Andrewm8
Andrewm8
09 January 2012
The developer's website states that the Lite version limits the number of tasks entries - but it doesn't state what is the limit. Anyone found yet what the limit is and if there are any other differences from the full version?
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SickTeddyBear
17 October 2011
Note, the free lite version is available here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/opus-domini-lite/id428814327?mt=12
Like (1)
Version 1.6
Timelawd
14 October 2011
Sorry, but I'll keep this short. I love this app. It does all I need. Of course there is 1 but: Why can I NOT resize the app window? Thanks. Keep on the good work.
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Version 1.6
ArchiMark
16 May 2011
First I tried the free Lite version of Opus Domini. Worked great, but a few features in the paid version were not available. So, I purchased the full paid version from the App Store. Definitely feel that it is worth the $7.99 price, which is the current price as of the date of my comments. The app works great and really like all the various features it has for daily and undated (master tasks), calendar, and syncs with iCal, which in turn picks up my google calendar items, as well as the option to show the daily weather forecast... Also, I really like the daily journal area that I can use to log what happens each day. So, to everyone that is confused, please download the Opus Domini Lite version from the App Store to try it out. If that version is enough for you, great. Otherwise, do what I did and purchase the paid version to get all the features. Thumbs up!
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Version 1.3
The-Big-K
21 April 2011
I'm a sucker for interesting interfaces, and the sample screenshots for this intrigue me. And I don't mind going to the App Store. But it's listed as $7.99 to buy, and if you Google it and chase all the sites claiming to offer it as a "free" trial, they all kick you back to the Apple store. I begin to wonder if it's a bait-and-switch. At a time when EVERYTHING is offered with a trial, why isn't this? (And does anyone know if Apple scrutinizes items being offered for sale through them?) We need more user experiences here. Anyone? Anyone?
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Version 1.3
2 answer(s)
ArchiMark
ArchiMark
16 May 2011
There's no bait and switch, The-Big-K... You were looking at the paid version, called Opus Domini. There is also a free version of Opus Domini called Opus Domini Lite. Download it and you can use it all you want. After testing out the Lite version, I purchased the full paid version as it has a few more features that are useful for me and to help support the developer... So far, I have been very pleased with using Opus Domini. I have found it to be a very functional, easy to use, and useful app that also looks great! HTH, Mark
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Timelawd
Timelawd
14 October 2011
There is a "Lite" version available on the App Store. :-)
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Jimblue
05 April 2011
i’m confused about the price status of this software. i downloaded version 1.2 for free via the mac app store browser. so now since the app is installed on my computer, when i open the mac app store browser there is no price listed in the “buy” button — it just says “installed.” so i guess my question is, if i click “update,” to update to version 1.3, will my credit card be charged $5? i looked all over the developer’s web pages and found no mention of price whatsoever. the only mention of price i could find was here on macupdate and at the mac app store preview web page. if i do click to update this app via the mac app store browser and my credit card is charged $5, this will be one of the most scandalous bait-and-switch tactics i’ve come across concerning the mac app store. i won’t trust the mac app store anymore if an application can be given away for free for the purpose of omitting the “price” button with the “installed” button, so when you click “update” on the next version of the app you are charged for it. i have no problem with the pretty lady charging $5 for this software — she’s gotta eat more than that apple. the thing is i use a different task manager, have for years, like it a lot and have no intention of switching at this point. i only downloaded this app because it was free and looked interesting but i haven’t really tested the features of it yet. at the most i was just going to use this app for jotting down quick tasks that weren’t all too important, and slowly check out the power, or lack of power, of the app over time and check out its usability. i feel very confident apple would foresee any attempts of trickery at the mac app store and stop them before i even knew about them, but i’m wanting a little feedback on this one. is there a written rule in the terms of the mac app store that once an app is made downloadable for free, it must always remain free in its future updates, or otherwise the cost be clearly labeled? i am not accusing the developer of Opus Domini of anything and am sure i am simply confused about the price status of this app and how things work at the relatively new mac app store. and i reiterate i have no problem with the cost of the software itself but it’s not my purposeful intention to purchase it at this time.
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Version 1.3
2 answer(s)
Anon-Bud
Anon-Bud
05 April 2011
Don't worry, you'll not be charged. I haven't purchased anything from the app store, but I did try this app out when it was free. If you click update, it will update and you will not be charged.
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Jimblue
Jimblue
06 April 2011
Anon, thanks for replying. i knew i was wrong, i just needed someone to say it.
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Noser
27 March 2011
Today everything count, including distribution and even the icon of the application. Everybody knows that. The icon is nice, the distribution is like going back to the 70s.
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Version 1.2
Puc
26 March 2011
I wanna test it before I buy it. What about a demo version?
Like (11)
Version 1.2