Sync and apps

Apps for iOS and other plat­forms?

Mac Format - - RATED | MAC APPS -

You won’t find it a prob­lem keep­ing your stuff in sync – all of the Mac apps syn­chro­nise with their mo­bile equiv­a­lents. All the apps here are good qual­ity iOS apps that work in tan­dem with them, but only Any.do and Wun­derlist of­fer them for free (again they hope you’ll one day up­grade to a pre­mium ac­count). It’s a shame there’s a sep­a­rate cost for both the iPhone and iPad apps for Things – a money grab Om­niFo­cus also suf­fers from. Surely this is tak­ing it a bit far, es­pe­cially as th­ese are two of the three most ex­pen­sive Mac apps here and they’re re­ally rather ex­pen­sive on iOS, too. If you were to pay out for the Mac, iPhone and iPad apps for Om­niFo­cus, you’re talk­ing about £68, which is not an in­signif­i­cant out­lay (though maybe still jus­ti­fi­able if you’re go­ing to use it long term).

If you’re the kind of per­son who has a plethora of de­vices (es­pe­cially if they aren’t Ap­ple only) Wun­derlist is for you. Of the re­main­ing apps, only Any.do of­fers a web ver­sion (say, to use in your browser at work) and there’s a Chrome ex­ten­sion to boot.

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