Task 1001, new finger-friendly Tasks application for Windows Mobile

IPS Mobile introduces Task 1001, a finger-friendly Task/To-Do manager for Windows Phone. Task 1001 is inspired by the “Getting Things Done” method and builds up on the standard Windows Phone task system.

The Getting Things Done method is based on the principle that by recording tasks a person does not have to keep thinking about these tasks. While an agenda is ideal for recording things that have to be done on a fixed date, like a meeting or appointment, a Task/To-Do manager is ideal for recording things that are not related to a fixed date.

Task 1001 enables the user to record all outlook task/to-do information like the subject and category of a task, and also a link to a document/file, application or website that is associated with a task.

IPS Mobile owner Gerben Verwaaijen: “To save time the user can open a document/file, website or application directly from the task list. To keep the task list clean, completed tasks are automatically filtered out of the task list.” The application has a finger-friendly, easy controllable user interface and synchronizes automatically with Pocket Outlook. “Customers want an interface that can be controlled by their thumb and fits the stylish user interface of their Windows Phone. We designed an application that is easy to use and is a complement to the agenda on their phone.”

The Task 1001 full version and a 14-day trial version can be found in the productivity category on Windows Marketplace for Mobile in the English (USA, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Ireland) and Dutch (Netherlands and Belgium) markets. The full version costs a very reasonable $8.99.

Read more at IPS Mobile here.

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