You win a prestigious prize like the Apple Design Award and you might be tempted to rest on your laurels. Not
Cultured Code, though. Fresh from
snagging an ADA for the Mac version of its task-management app Things, the company has rolled out an update for the
Things iPhone app.
Version 1.3.8 adds several features that take advantage of the recent
iPhone 3.0 software update. For example, Things now fully supports cut, copy, paste and even Shake to Undo (we might have preferred “shake to randomize your task priority,” but that’s mainly because we enjoy living on the edge). In addition, you can now send e-mails of tasks without having to leave the application, thanks to the in-app mail sheets that iPhone 3.0 brings.
Things for iPhone costs $10 and is compatible with iPhone or iPod touch; it requires iPhone OS 2.2.1 or later. For best results, it should be combined with the $50
Things for Mac, which allows you to sync your task data over Wi-Fi between your home computer and your iPhone.