Things 3: Beauty and Delight in a Task Manager – MacStories


41 bookmarks. First posted by Evilkow may 2017.


via Pocket - Things 3: Beauty and Delight in a Task Manager - Added June 09, 2018 at 06:50AM
10 days ago by steinmanal
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Archive 
december 2017 by dvand5
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone , iPad , and Mac . Things has been one of the…
from instapaper
august 2017 by nerd_uprising
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone , iPad , and Mac . Things has been one of the…
IFTTT  Instapaper 
june 2017 by broderboy
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. via Pocket
Pocket 
june 2017 by tonyhue
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone , iPad , and Mac . Things has been one of the…
from instapaper
may 2017 by djstaudi
Things 3: Beauty and Delight in a Task Manager http://ift.tt/2pP4Ndn
IFTTT  Instapaper 
may 2017 by keithprime
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone , iPad , and Mac . Things has been one of the…
from instapaper
may 2017 by sigul
I’m a committed OmniFocus user but it's interesting to see what other task managers are doing.
may 2017 by thingles
Things 3: Beauty and Delight in a Task Manager
feedbin_starred 
may 2017 by ryanbraun
RT : Things 3 looks amazing. I wish other task managers felt this fresh and polished.

Our review:
from twitter
may 2017 by andrewmarvin
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone , iPad , and Mac . Things has been one of the…
from instapaper
may 2017 by thecoard
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone , iPad , and Mac . Things has been one of the…
from instapaper
may 2017 by Shurs
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone , iPad , and Mac . Things has been one of the…
from instapaper
may 2017 by adamparnes
Things 3: Beauty and Delight in a Task Manager via Instapaper https://www.macstories.net/reviews/things-3-beauty-and-delight-in-a-task-manager/
ifttt  instapaper 
may 2017 by tobbe
Things 3: Beauty and Delight in a Task Manager
may 2017 by bhr1
RT : Things 3 looks amazing. I wish other task managers felt this fresh and polished.

Our review:
from twitter_favs
may 2017 by Vnoel
Things 3: Beauty and Delight in a Task Manager Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone , iPad , and Mac . Things has been one of the…
may 2017 by chadlandman
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone , iPad , and Mac . Things has been one of the…
from instapaper
may 2017 by adamayers
- Things 3 is a difficult app to review in that it's not really one app, but three. Although each app is largely the same, there are a handful of strengths and weaknesses unique to each platform. iPhone has the haptic feedback that perfectly complements the pops of different UI elements; iPad suffers from the lack of keyboard shortcuts, but has the Magic Plus Button like iPhone; Mac has the excellent Type Travel search feature and multiple window support, both of which should please power users. On one hand, I wish there was more uniformity, as the experience is slightly fragmented as-is. But at the same time, I wouldn't want to sacrifice any of these features for the sake of uniformity; Cultured Code has done a great job taking advantage of each platform's unique abilities, and I applaud them for that. As an upgrade from Things 2, this new version offers a lot to love. Besides the beautiful visual updates and new features, Things 3 also has a different feel to it. Particularly on iOS, the app feels like it was built from the ground up for a touch-based interface. The common acts of creating new tasks, reorganizing them, checking them off, and engaging a search box all feel fundamentally designed for personal interaction; they give a sense of depth, of meaningful tactile engagement not found in Things 2, or even most other modern apps. These actions all work fine on the Mac as well, but on iOS – and especially the iPhone, thanks to the Taptic Engine – they shine most. The app landscape has changed a lot since Things' last major version launched. Competitors like Todoist have arisen, offering task management as a web service, with all the convenience and automation potential that comes along with that. Business models for iOS apps have gone through a shift as well, from paid up front to the increasingly common free with In-App Purchase, or in some cases monthly subscriptions. In the face of that change, Cultured Code has stuck to its roots in producing a beautiful, well crafted, powerful yet elegant new set of apps. Perhaps there's nothing revolutionary being done here, but that's okay; Things is full of little delights – and we could all use more of those in our working lives.
IFTTT  Facebook 
may 2017 by shaunkoh
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Archive  Pocket  feedly  ifttt 
may 2017 by brokenrhino
Things 3: Beauty and Delight in a Task Manager
may 2017 by nimprojects
Today Cultured Code launched the long-anticipated next version of its task management app, Things, for iPhone , iPad , and Mac . Things has been one of the…
from instapaper
may 2017 by joostvanderborg
Things 3 looks amazing. I wish other task managers felt this fresh and polished.

Our review:
from twitter_favs
may 2017 by federicotravaini
Things 3: Beauty and Delight in a Task Manager
from twitter_favs
may 2017 by Evilkow