July 26, 2010 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] British Columbia, Canada - Thinking Code Software, Inc., today is pleased to announce Dejumble 2.0 for iPhone, an iPhone compatible version of their best-selling task and note management software for Mac OS X. While simple and straightforward in appearance and operation, the app includes features not found in most other to-do or note taking applications. It also employs proprietary, push sync technology to synchronize with any other Dejumble app running on an iPhone, iPod, iPad, or Mac by means of a free Dejumble Account.
Maintaining the extreme flexibility of Dejumble for Mac, Dejumble for iPhone works equally well for users who want to strictly adhere to GTD (Getting Things Done) principles, follow a prioritization method, just take notes, or simply make an ordinary grocery list. Notes are not an add-on; they are an integral part of the app's design. Notes are easily created and customized using wiki-style editing for bold, italic, and color text. Any number of subtasks may be embedded within a note.
Dejumble for iPhone features graphical tags and positional prioritization for any entry. While entering the title of a task the user may simultaneously tag it, assigning it a category such as Work or Errands, as well as prioritize it, assigning it a specific, numerical importance such as 3 or 7. Once items have been tagged or prioritized navigation is automatic using the iPhone's touch screen.
* Tasks and notes together in a simple yet powerful app for iPhone
* Synchronize tasks and notes in real-time with Dejumble for Mac
* Tag and prioritize, set due dates and stay focused
* Add subtasks to notes
* Make notes more effective with basic formatting like bold and italic
* Search tasks using keywords from notes, titles and priorities
* File important completed tasks
* Postpone tasks to another day using the tagging function
* iPad and Web versions of Dejumble under development
The app employs proprietary, push sync technology, keeping all the user's Dejumble apps on all their wireless devices and computers automatically synchronized. Because all data is centralized in their free on-line Dejumble Account, users need never perform manual synching between devices. An entry in their Dejumble for iPhone app is instantaneously reflected in their Dejumble for Mac application. No matter where they are, or which mobile device or computer they are using, the user has access to the most up-to-date notes and tasks.
"The proprietary, push sync technology in Dejumble 2.0 for iPhone makes it a comprehensive, automatic, task management solution," stated CEO Allan Phillips. "Users need never again worry about syncing their mobile devices or their computers."
* iPhone or iPod touch
* iOS 3.1.3 or later
* 4.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Dejumble 2.0 for iPhone is $4.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. Review copies are available upon request.
Canada-based Thinking Code Software, Inc., of Erickson, British Columbia, is a small software company dedicated to bringing quality software and development tools to the Macintosh community. They believe that software must be connected, simple to use and visually aesthetic. Their main consumer application is Dejumble, a task management app for Mac and iPhone. The company also provides custom development and consulting services. ThinkingCode is the principal developer behind FrothKit, a unique Cocoa web application framework. Copyright (C) 2010 Thinking Code Software, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, OSX and iPhone, iPod, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.