Todo
Todo 2.0.7
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Task management utility.   Commercial ($14.99)
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Todo with cloud sync redefines productivity on the Mac Desktop by bringing together features from Todo for iPhone, Todo for iPad, and Todo Online.

Todo brings new inventions to your to-do list. Multi-adaptive window management in Todo makes it easy to open multiple windows simultaneously. Todo's task-zooming control is a powerful new way to quickly change the detail shown in tasks.

Key features:
  • Gorgeous modern interface
  • Versatile and easy to use
  • Drag-and-drop scheduling
  • Projects and checklists
What's New
Version 2.0.7:
  • Fixed an issue so you'll receive reminder alerts when a task is unassigned or assigned specifically to you
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later



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Todo User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 2.x:
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Anon-Bud reviewed on 30 Jun 2013
Well after two years [see my earlier comment] I tried YET AGAIN to load the free download. Went through the rigamarole ONE MORE TIME of giving my email address, having it verified, only to not be able to launch the app. Why in the world do I keep trying stuff like this?

Hear me Developers: NO DEMO, NO SALE!
[Version 2.0.6]


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Cookie08 reviewed on 26 Jun 2013
Just correcting thee star rating
[Version 2.0.6]


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Cookie08 reviewed on 26 Jun 2013
This works does not mess up alarms etc between the ios and mac I have found very reliable sync is very fast
[Version 2.0.6]

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Aetnaria replied on 26 Jun 2013
So why did you only rate it 2 out of 5 stars, then?
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Cookie08 replied on 26 Jun 2013
For some reason the the info dialogue would not let me put more stars!!
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Islandmike commented on 26 Mar 2012
I sometimes follow software and want to try it. One version may not be the same as a newer -- sometimes worth a revisit. This software seems to see I've tired a prior trial and will not allow me to try the new version as a trial. A bit of a nuisance as you have to go thru all the hoops of sending them your name and email in order to just be denied.
[Version 1.4.3]


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sunrocket reviewed on 13 Feb 2012
Unfortunately, this is a review of/comment on v. 1.2.2, which is the only version I can theoretically run in trial mode.

I am, however, not able to launch v. 1.2.2 because there appears to be a bug that will not allow me to register the demo version.

I have had the iPhone app for several years and have not been thrilled by it, but I thought I would at least try the desktop application to see if it would enhance the use of the iPhone app.

The online sync service is exorbitantly overpriced, and, given how difficult it is even to sync the iPhone app via Appigo's own desktop sync app, I am beginning to wonder if I should abandon Appigo altogether.
[Version 1.4.2]

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sunrocket replied on 17 Feb 2012
Following Maclindamood's suggestion below, I finally was able to launch the app ONCE by opening it in 32 bit mode. However, I haven't been able to launch it again (problem reported in Troubleshooting section on this site.)

I looked on developer's site for further information re: troubleshooting; they suggest submitting a crash log for analysis. Link to page giving instructions on how to do this is broken.

All of these things taken together show a clear pattern that everything about this app is too flawed to trust with my project data, and I have no confidence that it ever will be repaired. It's regrettable, as I have quite a bit of information stored in the iPhone version of the app.

I am not an expert in this, but it appears that the architecture for this app never was native to the Mac OS; it does not have the Mac "look and feel." Yet another reason why I don't expect Appigo will ever get this right, especially when they start trying to integrate cloud/iCloud syncing.

I would be interested in hearing the opinion of others before I ditch this app completely.
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littlelaney reviewed on 03 Jan 2012
Simply put, this app doesn't work. The interface is beyond workable. The software worked well until the Lion OS update arrived along with iCloud. Duplicates, Duplicates...
[Version 1.4.2]


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Richard Fowlkes reviewed on 05 Dec 2011
Half price doesn't matter if you can't get help when you need it. Todo was fine when it worked, just pray you don't need help from customer support. I have Todo for the iPod Touch, for the Mac and for the iPad. I sync Todo with Dropbox, which is a rock solid app. They worked fine for about 3 months. First problem was when Todo came out with version 1.4, which did not work. No problem I used Time Machine to get the previous version until they put out 1.4.1. But when version 1.4.1 did come out Todo on my Mac Pro and MacBook Pro did not sync properly. Many Todos were only visible in the "All" view. I tried drop and dragging items to proper places but then began to get error messages. So early last Tuesday (11/29) I emailed Todo with a Diagnostic Report from the laptop running OS X 10.7.2 asking for help. Later in the day I sent the second communication from a desktop computer running 10.6.8. Both computers exhibited the same issue and the issue started after updating Todo to version 1.4.1.

It was more than 48 hours before a person responded to the first report. No one has ever contacted me on the second cry for help. Before anyone responded to me I got a generic email from Appigo asking me to write a positive review on Todo. What? I'm asking for help from Appigo, getting no response and you want a positive review?

When I finally did get a response it was poorly written and provided no useful information. It was as if the person did not bother to read either of my emails or the Diagnostic Reports. He wrote, "Dropbox lunched an update and now Todo does not sync to it. They seems to have change the database location." "Dropbox lunched". Really? Was it a buffet or did they serve the food at the table? "They seems to have change the..." Really?

More to the point, I was being told, I think, Dropbox had been updated and the database was in a different location. Dropbox has proven to be solid as a rock and the problem started after an update to Todo. I didn't say Todo was unable to sync, I said the data was not where it was suppose to be and I getting error messages. I wrote back right away, including a screen shot showing that the Todo folder was in Dropbox and that Dropbox was where it has always been. I also noted I have another App that uses Dropbox and it continues to work fine. The problem did not start with any update to Dropbox, it started with an update to Todo. And it happened on two computers. Of course I did not get a response that day. I sent another email the following day, Friday morning but still no second response. Is a person to expect one communication every 48 hours or more? At this rate it could take a month or more to resolve the issue and in the meantime I am afraid to use the App. Good Apps are important but customer support is just about as important no matter how cheap the App.
[Version 1.4.1]

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Maclindamood replied on 27 Dec 2011
I just started using Todo. At first I thought it was exactly what I had been searching for, but then I started noticing some of the same problems you did, especially tasks not being visible. This was frustrating, because I thought the app came closer to being the perfect task manager than anything else I have purchased and used, such as OmniFocus, Things, The Hit List, Easy Task Manager, and others.

With determination, I visited the developer's website. Under known issues, they had a fix that you might find helpful. All I did was make the change that was suggested, and so far, everything is working perfectly. The fix involves highlighting the app, selecting Get Info, and checking "Open in 32 bit mode." Voila, all my tasks were visible! I have not yet tried the syncing, so I don't know about that yet. Perhaps the 32 bit mode will correct it all, I hope so anyway.

See http://support.appigo.com/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=viewarticle&kbarticleid=250&nav=0,74,90
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Rjlea reviewed on 26 Aug 2011
Good interface, powerful, lots of features, several sync options, iOS versions.
[Version 1.2]


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cukboss reviewed on 17 Jul 2011
Une application encore un peu jeune (où est la fonction d'impression?) mais très bien pensée. J'ai tout essayé, Omnifocus, Toodledo, Things, et d'autres encore, celle-ci me convient vraiment bien.
[Version 1.0.2]


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Anon-Bud reviewed on 15 Jul 2011
So. I download the demo. I go through the required registration process by giving this company my email address [something I never do with demos, but decided to go ahead this time]. I verify my address through their website. Nothing I did enabled me to access the program. So I quit the app and restarted it. Now it says my demo has expired [it was supposed to be for 14 days].

In addition, I find they want to charge me a monthly fee to have my stuff synced through their cloud system!

So. I can't access the demo app. I can't sync for free. And the only way to purchse this is through the MAS.

Is this some kind of scam?
[Version 1.0.2]

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MacUpdate---Ryan replied on 15 Jul 2011
The demo seemed to work fine for me. Try contacting the dev here http://support.appigo.com/index.php
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sunrocket had trouble on 17 Feb 2012
Cannot launch app; box pops up requiring me to sign into App Store. After I sign in, receive error message "This is not a Test User Account [sandbox area]."
[Version 1.4.2]


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sunrocket had trouble on 17 Feb 2012
Cannot launch app; box pops up requiring me to sign into App Store. After I sign in, receive error message "This is not a Test User Account [sandbox area]."
[Version 1.4.2]



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Roes rated on 20 Nov 2012

[Version 1.4.3]



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Okami rated on 25 Jul 2012

[Version 1.4.3]



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Leonledragon rated on 07 Feb 2012

[Version 1.4.2]



+7

SVac rated on 12 Sep 2011

[Version 1.2]


Downloads:3,248
Version Downloads:192
Type:Business : Applications
License:Commercial
Date:11 Jul 2013
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $14.99
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Todo with cloud sync redefines productivity on the Mac Desktop by bringing together features from Todo for iPhone, Todo for iPad, and Todo Online.

Todo brings new inventions to your to-do list. Multi-adaptive window management in Todo makes it easy to open multiple windows simultaneously. Todo's task-zooming control is a powerful new way to quickly change the detail shown in tasks.

Key features:
  • Gorgeous modern interface
  • Versatile and easy to use
  • Drag-and-drop scheduling
  • Projects and checklists (subtasks)
  • Full task searching (including notes)
  • Mac Desktop integration
  • Quick Add with system wide hotkey
  • Customizable Dock icon badges
  • GTD support with contexts and tags
  • Multiple reminder alerts
  • Repeating tasks
  • Starred tasks
Synchronization:
  • Appigo-provided solutions:
    • Todo Online
    • Wi-Fi sync
  • Third-party option:
    • Toodledo.com sync


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