|Current Version||Version: 1.2.1|
|Description||Put Things Off is the unique, laid-back todo list that's perfect for procrastinators and busy people.
See the video at http://spiffingapps.com
PRAISE FOR PUT THINGS OFF
#1 Productivity App (US & UK, August)
Top 100 US Apps Overall (August)
Top 50 UK Apps Overall (August)
"Put Things Off is an iPhone task manager worth owning."
~The Unofficial Apple Weblog
"This app is by far the simplest and quickest way to create notes and lists."
"What many people call 'productivity' often amounts to little more than selective procrastination—deciding, often at 4:30 in the afternoon, what tasks we simply cannot accomplish before our deadlines."
~MacWorld intro to Put Things Off
• Focus on what's important each day.
• Put off stuff that's not.
• Start managing your time, not your to-do list.
• Wave goodbye to obsessive tagging and categorising and get stuff done with software that's simple and fun.
• Unique one-touch, tray-based filing system.
• Delightfully addictive animation.
• "Auto nag" system that moves the tasks you've put off back to your Today tray after 3 days. (You choose how long.)
WHO'S IT FOR?
Put Things Off is built for busy people who need to remember tasks and quickly decide what to action and what to put off.
If you want to keep a list but don’t have time to alphabetise, categorise, geotag, resync, or micromanage it, you’ve just found the todo app for you.
Here's how the trays work:
Collect tasks in your inbox whenever you think of them.
Star tasks to action them in your Today tray.
Put off the tasks you don't need to think about right now. Put Things Off will remember them for you until it's time to action them.
Tick completed tasks to file them in the Done tray, then double tap the bin icon to send them into oblivion with a puff of smoke!
If you have more than 4 tasks in any tray, the tray area grows to form a scrolling list that you can swipe up and down to browse through.
SUPPORT & SUGGESTIONS
I'm very happy to help with any questions and suggestions you might have. Visit http://spiffingapps.com/ or email email@example.com
I'm considering adding notifications in a future version. Which would be more useful to you: Email, Push, or Twitter? Have your say by voting at http://spiffingapps.com
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