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

This is the best GTD app I've used! I love that you can create projects and categories, and view by today, next, postpone, etc. It's like someone asked me what I wanted to see in a GTD app and created Things based on my answers.

I've used every GDT app out there, and this is the one I'm sticking with ... and the one I'm willing to pay for.

I agree that the person(s) who wrote Things know how my brain works. The program is great. It needs some things--grab clips from web pages email tasks and most importantly integration with iCal todos. They should be forthcoming though.

Things truly keeps with the simplistic fashion of Apple products and I couldn't be happier. Project Management software is great for large teams but Things was developed for the individual and I think even in the private Alpha stage, they have hit the mark.

The second I downloaded it I started planning out a few projects I have at the moment and it has made my life so much easier. I've been a big fan of just writing to-do lists by hand before, this has put a whole new perspective on to-do lists and I couldn't be happier. Keep it up CC.

Well I was not used to gtd, but more and more I feel I need something to help me organize better my work. I found about this app on the scrivener forum (another absolutely wonderful app for the mac, isn't it, AmberV?), so I made some research, seeing other GTD apps... well just Omnifocus and iGTD... but Things has something that won me over the other apps. Don't know exactly what it is, perhaps the freedom it gives you in organizing your days, your priorities... the interface so easy to work with... Two days and I began to use Things at work even if on my personal macbook pro (we use a customized win application, on a crippled win system under the hood) and it seems to really help me. Oh, by the way I didn't have to read a bbok to begn using it... and this is a real plus IMHO.
Ciao, Andrea

I like this todo/gtd application most of all (and like many others, I've also tried just about all of them, for the Mac platform).

It's looking very, very, very promising and it feels like they've got everything right in this app. Although, so far, there was only one little thing that bothered me. That is, when you make a task become a project and then add a couple of sub-tasks that you must fulfill in order to finish the project; -> once you have checked off all the sub tasks, the main project task remains unfinished.

I think it should automatically become finished, as you've fulfilled all its required steps. But that's me.

I started with Actiontastic then iGTD then OmniFocus then TaskPaper and now Things. I think I've hit the sweet spot! Awesome application!

I tried iGTD and it was way too complicated and cumbersome for my needs; I've been using Taskpaper for a few months now and it's great but a little TOO simple (no due dates!).

Things is just right, mainly because it adapts to my style. Want due dates? OK. Don't want them? Fine. It's going to be the GTD app to beat.

Fantastic interface! These developers really have a good sense of how to let the user work rapidly, cleanly, and flexibly. I love that I can keyword items with one keystroke. I love that the keyword filter bar intelligently expands and contracts itself according to relevance. There are a lot of little interface touches that make this application a workflow instead of a database for actions and projects. That is important, in my opinion. The application and the methodology for getting things done should be as transparent as possible.

It is still missing some things that I need to make it an application I'd use for getting things done, but I see they are all planned for, and that is encouraging. I've been using OmniFocus for about half a year now. It is a good program, but I think Things is going to win in the end. We'll see what more than a few hours of play will tell.

I tried OmniFocus, and it's not for me. Things allows me to structure my tasks in a variety of ways (my task structure is context-dependent). I give Things a high recommendation for anyone whose tasks' details and requirements change constantly.

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