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Omnifocus 2 for Mac

Put your life in perspective and get things done

Some say they find it a bit overpowered, but the functions you don't need you can simply ignore. Sadly it's macOS/iOS only but it made my live so much easier. This is just my personal opinion, but I think I now used all of the productivity apps since I'm a bit of a freak when it comes to this stuff. It's for you if: - you want to have a lot of functions covered in one app - you want full control of all aspects in complex planning/todo/lists/reminders - you don't mind spending some more money at once without monthly costs - you are in the Apple ecosystem - you love the GTD system It's (probably) not for you if: - you are a very visual person - you don't want to spend some time learning how to use the app - if you don't use Apple devices or want to have access via web I'm a freelancer/web designer and I love being able to just copy/duplicate a certain list of tasks and save it as a template for later use. For example for actions that are always the same (setting up hosting, moving files to ftp, etc.) What I love about the app: - location based reminders (iOS) - fast and reliably syncing between devices - review system for tasks and projects - scripting with Hazel/Apple scripts What I miss/don't like: - a web-based platform - a Windows/Android based app for my other computers/Chromebook - a visual upgrade - the price. But then again, you pay it one time and don't have monthly fees Additionally for very advanced project planning check out the other app from Omnigroup: www.omnigroup.com/omniplan
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