Perhaps it's inevitable that as technology grows smarter, offering us quicker ways to do things, the less time and energy we seem to have. A state of inertia grips us even as we try and enumerate the number of things that have to be done by the end of the day.
Our little gray cells are no longer what they were, and we forget things at the drop of a pin.
But all is not lost, as with app developers and companies just waiting to expose our vulnerabilities, a new set of to-do list apps for Windows and Mac users has been released by Todoist.
Todoist, which focuses on building simple tools that support you in controlling task-flow and collaborating on shared projects, developed Todoist and Wedoist to help users organize, schedule and prioritize personal tasks easily.
The new to-do-list computer apps, built on HTML5 technology, will automatically synchronize with all other devices and platforms, and update itself without any hassle. There will be no new interface to tackle and the task manager can be accessed more quickly, from anywhere, anytime by anyone.
The popular task manager service, used by over 400,000 people, can now be downloaded as individually functioning apps.
Created by Doist, Todoist has expanded into the mobile market, making available its first native mobile application for both iOS and Android (News - Alert) platforms. The app, first in the company’s mobile repertoire, was created by a 10-person virtual team that’s never met face-to-face.
Edited by Braden Becker