Things

Version: 2.2.6 || Release Date: 2014-05-14 || License: Commercial with demo ($49.99) Developer: Cultured Code | App Owner: things

Elegant personal task management.

Task management has never been this easy. Organize your tasks in an elegant and intuitive way. Things combines powerful features with simplicity through the use of tags and its intelligent filter bar. A Leopard style source list allows for quick and easy focusing. Together with a beautiful user interface, Things aims at the seemingly impossible: making task management both easy and fun.

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81 Opinions

All i need is mac to mac syncing as good as mac to iphone syncing, and things would be perfect. No other GTD is as flexible as you need it to be

Excellent app, maybe the best in a crappy, poorly-conceived field, but nowhere near what has been promised. Unfulfilled potential. No machine-to-machine sync. Unwieldy iPhone sync. I wouldn't say overpriced, if people will pony up, but my sense is the developers are getting paid as much for promises as features.

The bar is high. I wait supportively, Kool-Aid glass poised.

Absolutely lovely application. Brilliantly thought-through interface makes you want to use the app. Given that I use it to keep my life organized (on desktop and iPhone) every day/all day, I can't see how it's overpriced. (Don't get me wrong: if they charged less, I'd pay less... I love the app, but I'm cheap.) At long last it's a task manager that I can really stick with because I like using it.

Things looks great, but suffers from strangely unprofessional developers -- they neither interact with their users, nor do they deliver promised features. Overall, development is very slow compared to their main competitors (The Hit List, Omnifocus).

Recently the company delinked the user forums from their homepage after an increasing amount of user complaints.

Currently not recommended.

As another commenter pointed out, something crazy is going on with their customer support. The forum moderator has started closing any thread that "bashes Cultured Code" or discusses any of the ongoing problems like "no scheduled project tasks" (which were promised but apparently aren't part of the upcoming version). Now they've removed all references to the forums existence from their site.

President and CEO of a Trucking Company in Southern California (a very tech savvy trucking company).. anyway, I usually have many different things (no pun) floating in my head during the course of a normal day. I switch from Jott to 'Things' to handle my day-to-day tasks. Was a great move! Take control of your tasks and start owning them! Not a big learning curve, was up and dancing in no time!

Developers are very communicative. I sent an email and received a response within a few hours. The app is very nice and easy to use.

Likeable product but weird relation between developers and users. The developers remove the link to the forum for users to discuss their products, and then a (volunteer?) moderator closes off a thread about the removal of the link because "the same people just keep whining." Apparently I didn't drink enough of the kool-aid to put up with this sort of nonsense, so I'm ditching it.

Too expensive for me, my trial has expired but ive already paid for the iphone app so I guess i'll just stick with that... shame, if the desktop app was a bit cheaper i might stretch.

I have been using it for a week and it definitely has advantages over Actiontastic, The price is probably a tad too high for what is a to do list for many. I have seen the iPhone version and that looks like good value. The desktop version needs to be a $10 to $20 cheaper at which point it would be a must have. At $50 it is a nice to have.

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