Best Organizer App?

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  1. Booch138

    Booch138 Well-Known Member

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    Hey Guys,

    I have a really difficult time keeping up with sh!t I have to do, and remembering crap I need to get done for the day. It really is a big problem, so I need to retrain myself on how to use organizers (I had a leather one back in college). I want to use one on the iDevices though, as It would be easier to carry around with me obviously.

    I havn't seen much though. The only ones I can really find with a simple appstore search is Left Coast Logic's Smart Time Ultimate Organizer , and Aesthology's Inc.'s Organizer.

    The First one seems pretty nice, and kind of organized looking. The UI doesn't look bad either, but has anyone tried this yet? I don't have a problem dishing out the 9.99 but I want to make sure I don't get too burned first. The latter looks good too, and I like the Calendar layout, but the first one has that option, as well as other views too.

    Any other you would strongly suggest? Any dev's want to advertise? I really need one soon so yeah. Thanks guys!
     
  2. Booch138

    Booch138 Well-Known Member

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  3. organerito

    organerito Well-Known Member

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    I have used Todo and it works great. I also Smart time, but I prefer Todo. You can try organizer. I think there is a lite version.
     
  4. Booch138

    Booch138 Well-Known Member

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    Todo seems nice as well. Now I am starting to have a hard time telling the difference between them all lol...

    But it looks to be a toss up between 'Things' and 'Todo'. Gunna dl and try the lite version of what I can.

    Any other suggestions much appriciated.
     
  5. NotYou

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    [app]Ultimate Todos[/app]
    I got this when it was free for a day or so. Its only $.99 now, but was a lot more if I remember right. It works nicely and isn't over done.

    If you want to get organized in general, [app]Evernote[/app] is one of the greatest things ever created when used with the (free) desktop software. Also, I just got [app]Bento[/app] and I'm loving it so far. I haven't used it much yet, but so far it's very useful and simple to use.
     
  6. organerito

    organerito Well-Known Member

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    I have tried Ultimate todos and it is great. I just don't use it anymore because todo has substasks.

    Evernote is great if you use it with the desktop application and the firefox add-on.

    I like better tap forms than bento, but that's just personal.
     
  7. Nate5911

    Nate5911 Well-Known Member

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    +1 for this thread, I was about to start one about this myself.

    I'm looking for an organizer app too, nothing too complex, but not really simple either. Omnifocus looks really good, but I'm not sure if I want to pay 20 dollars if there is something out there that will do the job just as well for less.
     
  8. pluto6

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    Looks like school is back in session....
     
  9. organerito

    organerito Well-Known Member

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    There are some good productivity apps that I have used and are very good such as Saisuke, Pocket Informant, Ultimate Todos, Smart time Toodledoo. I used most of the time Todo and Saisuke most of the time. Pocket informant has a calendar and it syncs tasks with toodledoo. There is a lite version.

    If you tell us what you are looking for in an organizer, it would be easier to help.
     
  10. ivforlife

    ivforlife Well-Known Member

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    +1 for Bento. It is the swiss army knife of organizational apps. Bento has an extensive set of templates that provide you with the starting point for a variety of informational needs. You can take them as they are, or modify them to fit your specific needs.

    Plus Bento extends the functionality of common iDevice applications. For more information visit the Bento website.
     
  11. Nate5911

    Nate5911 Well-Known Member

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    haha, I start college in a week.. so yes.

    It seems there a lot of solid options, so I'm going to browse around a bit more before I decide. Thanks to the people who suggested an app.
     
  12. NotYou

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    I've only been using it for a little bit, but I love it so far. The iPhone app has definitely convinced me to buy Bento for OSX, especially since I can sync them. I don't need a full database program like Filemaker, so Bento is perfect. I'm really glad I found it.
     
  13. I think you mean it extends the functionality of common Mac applications on the Mac not iDevice.

    Bento 2 for Mac is $50 plus Bento for iphone is $5 so $55 ain't all that cheap. Currently looking into reviewing these four database apps
    StoreItPro $5
    HanDBase $10
    AppCreator Database $5
    Tap Forms $9

     
  14. organerito

    organerito Well-Known Member

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    Out of those, I use Tap forms very often. It is very good. I used to use idb datamaster, but I like Tap forms better.
     
  15. Victor09

    Victor09 New Member

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    Beesy app

    Hi! I 'm using with my colleagues at work, an application called Beesy. I must admit that It's working pretty well to note all your tasks and don't forget something during a day...http://www.beesapps.com/beesy-ipad-to-do/ . Useful.
     

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