taskList 1.01 - Simplicity and Flexibility in a User-Defined To-Do List

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[prMac.com] Tokyo, Japan - Available now, taskList 1.01 fills the void between too-basic, fixed to-do list apps, and pricy, complicated task managers. Offering a simple, open-ended system of Tasks, Memos, Groups and Tags - taskList can initiate first-time users new to task management, as well as satisfy more experienced users looking for an efficient and adept to-do list.

What makes taskList different in the ever saturated to-do list market?:
* Truly easy-to-use, yet doesn't sacrifice capability
* Doesn't force users into managing their to-do's with an overly-specific system
* Clean, Apple-inspired interface; professional UX designer
* Getting Things Done (GTD) capable, but does not force its use
* Live tag search
* Easy grouping of tasks in a collapsable list
* Very affordable ($1.99 in the US store)

taskList starts out as a basic list. Tasks can be added, then dragged to re-arrange their order. Each task can have a one-touch-dial phone number, notes, contact or due-date. Swipe a task, and a "complete" button is revealed. When completed, it moves to a running list of all completed tasks by day. When the task list gets longer, items can be grouped for easier management. Groups can be shown open or closed on the main list, and also selected to provide singular focus.

There can be an easy access system of user-created "live" tags at the top of a list - when tapped, tasks without those tags are instantly filtered out. All elements are customizable - no fixed group or tag names, except for a special calendar tag that shows all dated tasks in the order they are due. Using these capabilities, a user can choose to maintain a simple ordered list with priorities, up to using a full fledged GTD system with an inbox, projects, contexts, or more.

The product page has a high-quality 2-minute introduction video. This shows many of the features in an engaging full-motion demonstration. The app is available now, internationally, via the App Store, in English, as well as Japanese. It includes iPhone 4 optimized graphics, as well as iOS 4 support for fast-app switching. Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch. Requires iPhone OS 3.1.2 or later.

PO-COM is a Tokyo-centered mobile application development company, with a core focus on design. The app creation process begins with the design of the experience, which is fully defined and refined before coding begins. Having a background working on both real and future-concept UI and research projects in the world's largest mobile phone company, the company principal has a unique approach in contrast to coding-oriented developers. PO-COM is a design-first app maker. All Material and Software (C) 2010 PO-COM LC / All Rights Reserved. Apple, iPod touch, iPhone, and App Store are registered trademarks or service marks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. Getting Things Done is a registered trademark of David Allen & Co.


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