has announced the release of Life Balance 3, its life “coaching software” for Mac OS 9 and X, as well as Palm OS.
Life Balance is billed as “coaching software that provides a dynamically ordered To Do List driven by the importance of your goals, your desired allocation of time and effort, and feedback from what you get done each day.”
According to the developer, here’s what’s new in Life Balance 3:
Dynamic To Do List keeps important tasks sorted towards the top.
Feedback from the Balance section increases the priority of tasks that you have been neglecting.
Easy Drag and Drop scheduling for posting tasks to the Life Balance Calendar.
Flexible scheduling supports traditional calendar entries, or more loosely defined “Routine” patterns.
Automatic Update reorders your To Do List as you check off tasks.
Personalize your Life Balance environment by dragging your favorite pictures into the balance pie charts as motivational “pie filling.”
Assign tasks to places with hours when they are open for business.
Support for included places simplifies errands.
Multiple level Undo and Redo.
Includes Life Balance Conduit for easy data entry to the Palm Mobile Edition (sold separately).
Reconciliation interface for the conduit gives you control over what changes to keep from the Handheld or the Desktop.
The Mac software costs US$65, and the Palm version is normally $39.95, though Llamagraphics is offering the software for $30 for a limited time. Users who buy both can get the Palm version for half price. A free 30-day trial version is available for download.