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Add an iPhone app

Please add an iphone app!

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    AdminJames Titus (Co-Founder, GTD Next) shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • John Smith commented  · 

        Building a iPhone app will be a huge undertaking. Given limited resources of GTDNext I would firmly vote for a mobile friendly version of the website. Nowadays I have connectivity 95% of the time, in any case...

      • Jason commented  · 

        Is this still planned? I read some posts below that seemed like the idea was at an impasse.

      • Brett commented  · 

        At least make an iphone app that puts stuff quickly in the inbox. By the time I open a browser, it finally logs me in, and then click on the tiiiiiny plus button several times until it registers, I've forgotten what I was trying to write down. Terrible functionality for this purpose. We need an app with a big fat ADD button for a nice start. Then later, we can sit down at a proper browser and sort stuff around.

        I'm using other apps that do this to store my on-the-fly task ideas, then have to write them into GTDnext later. That's not pro! And will eventually lead me to leave.

      • Zdeno commented  · 

        Susan, it was not my statement. It was statement of the developers of other app. They realised that a better way is to create one universal app for iPhone, Android phones, iPad and other tablets. It seems to be a great idea, but they will realised it in several months and we will see then...

      • Susan lackey commented  · 

        Zdeno, I am having a little trouble understanding what you wrote. Does your statement mean you have decided not to develop mobile apps?

      • Zdeno commented  · 

        What did write developers of other GTD app concerning mobile mobiles and tablets apps:
        Bad mobile strategy

        Since the beginning we decided to offer native Android and iPhone apps. The reason is that, when we made the decision, that was the alternative to offer the best user experience.

        Unfortunately, offering native apps means we need to maintain 3 completely separated products. Creating a new feature implies designing it for 3 different systems, coding it 3 times and having 3 different sources of bugs and support requests. This has slowed us beyond what we consider acceptable.

        We are a very small company. Our app has been profitable since we launched our premium subscriptions. But we have little interest in growing in size. So we are changing this.

      • David Drake commented  · 

        And please do not forget an iPad app!

      • Anders Lundgren commented  · 

        This looks really promising - one of the better GTD solutions seen lately. +1 for the LOVE to see an iPhone app.

      • Sandee commented  · 

        Would LOVE to see an iPhone app. LOVE the look of this app so far. Saw it in the Google Plus Productivity community and so glad I did!

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