i hear great things about things (no pun intended) but can never get into it =(, am I just blind to it's structure?
Visually, this looks a lot like Teambox (which is what we use for collaboration/PM)
Apple has chosen Things for iPhone and iPad as their Free App of the Week—a worldwide promotion that makes both apps free for everyone: http://culturedcode.com/things/blog/
The all-new Things
Things is the award-winning personal task manager that helps you achieve your goals.
This all-new version has been rethought from the ground up: it’s got an all-new design, delightful new interactions, and powerful new features.
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Get Things, Get Done
The apps are available on Mac, iPhone, Apple Watch, and iPad.
Check out our 15 day free trial of Things for Mac.
Apple Apple Design Award 2017
“Things 3 has an amazing design and aesthetic, and a ton of powerful new features that tie it all together. It’s hard for me to resist when something looks this good yet still functions properly.”
Christine Chan, AppAdvice
“Things never feels messy or overbearing, no matter the length of your task list. Lovely, unfolding animations keep your place, and there’s a super-fast search tool if you get lost. It’s the rare to-do list app that doesn’t try to force you into a particular way of thinking. […] It’s more like a clean, crisp piece of paper, ready whenever you need it.”
David Pierce, Wired
“Things has always been a top-notch task manager app, but this iteration is its absolute best. The developers of Things have finally found the perfect balance of easy use and robust features. [...] I'm loving it, and I think you will too.”
Lory Gil, iMore
“You would be hard-pressed to find a better looking to-do app than Things. The first time I opened it on my iPad, I couldn’t help but pause a few moments to admire it. [...] It’s simple, but beautiful in its simplicity. Screenshots don’t quite do it the justice it deserves.”
Ryan Christoffel, MacStories
“One quick glance at the new UI is all it takes to fall in love with it. The design team at Cultured Code have worked their magic all over the app, and every individual bit and pixel has been redesigned and crafted to perfection.”
Preshit Deorukhkar, Beautiful Pixels
“While the app immediately clicked, and was at once dead simple to get started in, it’s taken me quite a while to realize what actually makes it so good. It was simply designed with the understanding that real people are going to be using it for real life. What an amazing piece of software.”
Ben Brooks, The Brooks Review
“Everyone needs a task manager—and Things is adaptable enough for anyone. It’s crisp and lightweight, featuring a simple but effective interface. […] It’s like the unicorn of productivity tools: deep enough for serious work, surprisingly easy to use, and gorgeous enough to enjoy staring at.”