Task and project management apps such as OmniFocus and Things aren’t just popular, they’re a necessity for anyone wanting to keep track of tasks and projects all the way from start to finish. While I probably spend more time trying out new GTD apps than actually getting anything done, I’d be completely lost without any sort of task management app that lets me track individual tasks and projects.
My latest GTD distraction is Firetask, a project-orientated task management app that promises complete and simple control of your tasks so you can spend less time procrastinating and more time, well, getting things done.
Thanks to everyone who took part in the giveaway this week, and special thanks to the kind people at Firetask! I’m excited to let you know that the winners have now been chosen. Congratulations are in order to:
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Only yesterday we reviewed Firetask here on iPad.AppStorm, I’m excited to announce that today we can offer three promo codes to three fortunate readers. Firetask is a serious attempt at combining the classic approach to task management with the ideas of David Allen, the pioneer behind GTD.
Reviewing Firetask we had this to say:
Firetask is a powerful task management app that implements GTD concepts beautifully and is soon to feature cloud synchronisation. All at a stunning price!
It’s a task management app designed specifically for the iPad that sports a clean interface and a veritable multitude of functionality, including the the GTD trademark ‘Someday’ list.
I can’t help but be intrigued whenever I come across a new productivity app. Ironically, it’s probably a serious blight to my actual productivity.
So when I came across Firetask, a task management app that purports to effectively combine the advantages of the classical approach with David Allen’s “Getting Things Done®”, I was eager to find out exactly what it was like. Read on to find out whether Firetask could be the perfect task solution for you…