- 08-09-2008, 01:10 AM #2
I recommend JOTT! (FREE!!!) It is amazing since you just record your voice and it transcribes it for you. You are then able to create priorities on your to-do lists and able to check off each item as you finish it (the text becomes strikethrough) or delete each item if need be.
Why I like it:
1. It is basic
2. I don't have to type anything out. Sometimes I just have a random streams of consciousness of things that need to be done. All I do is tap the record screen, speak, and tap again. Repeat for next to do item.
I love making my grocery list on Jott as I read through cookbooks and just speak grocery items one-by-one in as I flip through the pages. No need to stop and write then double check that I have the right size can of tomato sauce written down.
Very rarely does Jott transcribe items wrong. The only two words it had trouble with so far: Basil and Hillshire. HOWEVER, both were easily figured out (Baesil and Hillshaire) and had (?) after each word.
- 08-09-2008, 08:18 AM #3
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- 08-11-2008, 09:35 PM #6iPhone Nanite
- 5 Posts
A free one that I really like
Zenbe - Allows you to create lists on your computer or iPhone and sync them. If you check off items they drop to the bottom of the list or you can delete them. I find it much easier to create lists on my computer but it is nice to be able to add things on my iphone. It was a little confusing figuring out what part of zenbe synced with the iphone but now that I have it set up it's great.
Apparently I am not allowed to post links yet, the part of the zenbe site that syncs with the iphone is 'lists dot zenbe dot com'
- 08-13-2008, 06:03 PM #7
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- 08-27-2008, 02:35 AM #13
I also use Appigo's Todo, it is expensive but it works very well for me. The (3) things I like best are a task counter on the app icon on the home screen, an upcoming tasks screen which shows the task due in a chronological order, and syncing with Toodledo.
I used to sync my old phone with outlook, but it was mainly for a backup. Syncing with Toodledo provides that backup and you can enter tasks from your computer if necessary through their web page.
Also, the task counter on the home screen only keeps track of the tasks due when you last opened up the app. You do have to open the app once a day to update the number of tasks due. (Due to the fact apple won't let apps run in the background)
The app also has a very high rating, especially with the total number of reviews.
As far as free apps go, I thought Zenbe's Lists was pretty good. This is the one I would be using if I wasn't using Todo.
- 09-05-2008, 05:43 AM #14
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- 09-17-2008, 12:27 PM #16
wrightin.gs: How to sync your tasks between your iPhone and Exchange
Synchronize Outlook Tasks with iPhone.
Appigo (can sync with toodledo, which can freely sync with outlook)
- 10-01-2008, 04:08 PM #17iPhone Nanite
- 3 Posts
Yes there is, check out TaskData (TaskData - iPhone Task Synchronization for Exchange). It syncs Outlook tasks over the air as long as you are using Exchange. I've been using it since came out for our corporate Exchange and it works great.
- 10-01-2008, 05:26 PM #18
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- 10-05-2008, 06:00 PM #21
I use both Jott and Appigo's Todo app (9.99). The Toodledo functionality is awesome and I can assume the RTM syncing is as well.
IMO, you can't go wrong with either one.
Of course there is also Evernote (Remember everything. | Evernote Corporation)...
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