Yea or nay? 🤔
@bondman It looks really great. But the price tag. 😳😳😳😳
@thedan84 I ended up buying it when I saw it yesterday to get the launch sale price. I haven't played with it yet. I'm a casual Omnifocus user and have hopes that Things could get me back on track with staying in top of my to-dos.
@thedan84 the relatively higher pricing doesn't bother me for productivity apps...Based on the value that I hope to get from it and the high production value that it seems to have!
@bondman Did you buy just the iPhone version, or did you end up buying the whole suite? €80 is a little too much for my taste, and I'm pretty happy with Bear and Todoist so I think I will pass.
@bondman It is a really nice looking app, but in my opinion they should have at least made it a universal app.
@thedan84 just the iPhone version for now. I might get the iPad one but I'll pass on the Mac app.
@bondman hell yea! Feels like home again. I missed this app!
@bondman yay. I was on the beta and have really enjoyed it. I love the new design.
@schoeni Can you tell me its biggest selling points? Like why is it so much better than iOS reminders or, say, Wunderlist? I'm trying to justify the purchase. @bondman
@ManuCH I love the design and the simplicity. I've used version 2 for eight years so it is what I'm used to. For me it is the fastest and easiest to-do app. @bondman
@schoeni I'm so tempted. I'll read some more reviews. No clue why todo apps are always so tempting, like a new toy. @bondman
@ManuCH There is a trial for macOS. Maybe you can give that a try. @bondman
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