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    Post Tasks or ToDo's

    I must be really rubbish at searching. I've looked, but can't find something decent to have Tasks/ToDo's on my iPhone.

    I'm so use to Tasks, on BlackBerry, and thus looking for something similar. Can anyone help?
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    Things ftw
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    Take a look at this comparison. Personally I like Appigo's Todo.

    http://forum.theiphoneblog.com/iphon...ml#post1467791
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    Brilliant info, thanks for sharing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by msbaylor View Post
    Take a look at this comparison. Personally I like Appigo's Todo.

    http://forum.theiphoneblog.com/iphon...ml#post1467791
    Still an outstanding piece of work...
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    iTunes Store

    Using that one, it's as basic as it gets which means it's fine for me. It's mostly about the badges which I try to get to a number as low as possible
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    For a free app, I like reQall. I am in agreement with the reviewer in that not every app will have everything that you want. I tried a few before settling on reQall.
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    I bought ToodleDo a few weeks ago. It was cheaper than the rest, plus it is easy to sync with Google Calendar, too.

    I'm happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesus View Post
    Still an outstanding piece of work...
    I agree jamesus! Very nicely done.

    And I also use and love Appig's ToDo.
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    I use Remember the Milk. It's location aware, syncs instantly with the web app, and is easy to use. It's a $25 yearly Pro membership fee though.
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    I like Things for it's simplicity and syncing with the desktop client. However I recently moved over to OmniFocus because of the MobileMe syncing capabilities. If you're into GTD or need to start a GTD system, either of these will work exceptionally well.
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    I'm using Notify Me. It's super basic and does what I need.

    I use my calendar for one-time events with a length and a specific time period I have to do it in that timeframe.
    I use notify me for repeating items I don't have to do exactly when the alarm goes off and are items that I don't care if I see them going backwards. That way my calendar doesn't get cluttered with one-off or daily tasks.
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    I agree, Notify Me has been working great for everything I need. It's worth checking out....

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