Quick Search is fast and unique!!
Great user interface, follows the GTD system closely.
The app for iOS (phone) is very nice: the user interface is very easy to use and not frustrating or weird like so many other task apps. Did miss a dark mode. But when you manage tasks you want to add/edit them via all your devices, I always need access via my desktop (less fiddly when editing / adding a lot of stuff). They do have a app for macos, but that will cost you 50 bucks. The app for your phone is 10 dollars, and yes, another separate app for your iPad for 20 dollars. Sorry, but that (80 dollars total!) is just too much, no matter how great the interface is / many options it offers. I'll stick with ticktick for now.
For Mac: $50For iPhone/Watch: $10For iPad: $20
No Windows/Linux app, no web app, no Android app. Only syncs with its own sync service "Things Cloud".A walled garden inside walled garden.
Three things that you might want to know before using Things 3:
It's RIDICULOUS they don't support Windows (or even a Web App). Be weary about companies such as this as they take the: "we know what's best for our customers" approach.
They have overhauled everything, from design to code.
I still don't like it, it only works in Mac and IOS and is still overpriced; but people should now. If interested check it out and someone update this.
For the past four years I have set a yearly reminder to check if they support Windows/Web platform.Fourth straight year the answer is "no."It's obvious they have no interest in supporting it. This shows me that CultureCode is one of those companies that takes a "We know what;'s best for our customers" approach instead of allowing the market to drive their roadmap.Updated pricing matrixFailed "next-gen" UX unveilingIgnoring market demand (they know it, we don't)Seems like they are headed for the same end result as IQTell
Reply written about 2 years ago
This is a great program, but the amount of inovations/new functions after its release has been close to 0. Its not keeping up with all the other competitors.Adding collaboration with other people would probably close up the gap to all the other GTD apps out there.
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