Version: 1.4.2 || Release Date: 2011-03-22 || License: Freeware Developer: Craig Otis | App Owner: marcus

iProcrastinate was written by myself entirely in Cocoa using a Core Data framework, and results in a very bug-free, very fast application. Helps lazy students keep track of their homework, big projects, etc. Just in time for the coming school year, and nothing beats free! Give it a try, and see how you like it! If you have any comments, suggestions, etc.

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4 Opinions

It's a nice app (and I'm tempted to work on a PalmOS syncable version...), but my screen is only 1024 pixels wide, and that side-bar is mostly offscreen, even when the program is at its thinnest (which is frighteningly wide).

Until something is done for that, though, and you've got a bigger screen, it's a great app.

new version 25 is a very solid upgrade. solves many of the quirks of the previous one.

Maybe add e-mail alerts as well (for those of us who are too lazy to open the program).

I'm not much for single-tasking applications, but this one fits my needs. I have a lot of trouble keeping track of assignments, knowing what do do and by when. This little app does just that.
If I could make one suggestion for the program, it would be that it should have a minimized version, so that I can see at a glance what is due within the next few days. For example, with iCal there is a widget that lists upcoming appointments.