OmniFocus has a deep feature set that may take so getting used to, but once you're familiar with it, you'll appreciate how it handles your task list.
The Omni Group tweaked the user interface of its perennial diagram program. Longtime users will have to adjust, but it's all for the better.
Building upon the already excellent Together 2, the new revision adds some compelling capabilities.
Mac app joins with compatible document scanners to digitize receipts, business cards, and more.
Firetask’s pleasing design and tight feature set ease the drudgery of task management.
Organize is a task management Mac app with a deep feature set, stability, and above average documentation.
This software tool makes it easy to find messages in extremely large Apple Mail archives.
Things 2.0's organizational prowess makes it a good investment for anyone with a lot to do.
Stuart Gripman takes a look at this online password manager that helps organize your login information.
Retrospect 9.0 is a powerful, reliable backup for organizations that require more than simple desktop-grade solutions. But it might take a system administrator to see the beauty beneath its flawed interface.
Yojimbo remains one of the best data organizers for the Mac.
DevonTechnologies’ note taking and data organization program handles text and URL quite well and for $25 that’s a good value. Users with more diverse items to organize will want to keep looking.
Bento for iPad is a worthy information organizer for your iPad. But to get the most out of it, you’ll need to drop another $50 on its Mac OS counterpart.
FileMaker Go is a true FileMaker client with support for almost every major feature of its bigger brother, FileMaker Pro.
Raskin simplifies Finder file organization.
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