OmniFocus 1.5 expands Mac to iPhone sync

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The Omni Group has released OmniFocus 1.5, an update to their task management software for Mac OS X. A free update for registered users, OmniFocus costs $79.95.

OmniFocus is designed to help people get things done using David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” management method. The software lets you add or hide features as you see fit, capture tasks from any application and store data securely; it also syncs with iCal and Mail and works with Spotlight.

OmniFocus for the iPhone and iPod touch is also available, and version 1.5 now lets you synchronize between any number of Macs and iPhones via MobileMe or a Web server, or just locally using Apple’s Bonjour zero-configuration networking service. You can also customize the appearance of your OmniFocus data.

Also in this release are new view presets in the default toolbar, interface improvements, performance enhancements, bug fixes, and the ability to archive completed or dropped items.

OmniFocus requires Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later.

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