July 29, 2008 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Evansville, Indiana - Second Gear is pleased to announce the release of Today 1.3, an update to their popular Mac OS X application for managing iCal events and tasks. Version 1.3 focuses in greatly enhancing Today's management of tasks. Users can now see tasks for more than just a specific day to look ahead at what's on their schedule. Today 1.3 also adds a variety of sorting options to make tracking tasks a breeze.
Today makes it easy to get a one day snapshot view of your upcoming events and tasks in a compact window. Assign a keyboard shortcut, and you can toggle Today's visibility in a split second. Adding new events and tasks is just as easy. You can quickly schedule next week's meeting or a quick task in Today. No iCal required.
Today is a first class citizen for Mac OS X Leopard. Since Today uses the same calendaring and tasks system as iCal and Apple Mail, changes you make either application are automatically shared with Today. Events created or edited on your iPhone or iPod touch will also be shared with Today on your next sync.
Feature Highlights in Version 1.2:
* You can now view tasks for more than just today. They are available for 3, 7, 14 and 30 days in advance.
* Tasks can now be sorted based on calendar, title, priority and due date.
* Added ability to set priority when creating new tasks.
* Added shortcuts for next and previous day navigation.
* Today no longer shows declined event invitations for users on CalDAV servers
* Various bug fixes and enhancements.
* Requires Mac OS X v10.5 or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 5.4MB of hard drive space
Pricing and Availability:
Today 1.3 may be purchased for $15.00 USD and offers a fully featured 10 day trial period.
Second Gear LLC is based Evansville, Indiana. Founded in 2006 by Crew Chief Justin Williams, Second Gear focuses on building beautiful Mac OS X and iPhone applications for consumers and business. Their first application, PocketTweets, is the most popular Twitter client for Apple's revolutionary iPhone.