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Use OmniFocus to accomplish more every day. Create projects and tasks, organize them with tags, focus on what you can do right now — and get stuff done.
OmniFocus — now celebrating 10 years as the trusted, gold-standard to-do list app — brings unrivaled power and flexibility to your iPhone and iPad, making it easy to work the way you want to work.
OmniFocus manages everything in your busy life. Use projects to organize tasks naturally, and then add tags to organize across projects. Easily enter tasks when you’re on the go, and process them when you have time. Tap the Forecast view — which shows both tasks and calendar events — to get a handle on your day. Use the Review perspective to keep your projects and tasks on track.
Then let our free syncing system make sure you data is the same on every device. (And on OmniFocus for Mac, available separately.) Because your data is encrypted, it’s safe in the cloud.
STANDARD FEATURES (VIA IN-APP PURCHASE)
• NEW: Tags add a powerful additional organizing tool. Create tags for person, energy level, priority, location, and more.
• NEW: Batch editing lets you set due dates, tags, and other data for multiple tasks all at once
• NEW: Flexible inspectors allow you to show only the features you use, and reorder them so your favorites are where you want them
• NEW: The Forecast view shows your tasks and calendar events in order, so you can better see what’s coming up in your day
• NEW: Enhanced repeating tasks are easier than ever to set up — and they work with real-world examples such as the first weekday of the month
• Inbox is where you quickly add tasks — save them when you think of them, organize them later
• Syncing supports end-to-end encryption so that your data is safe wherever it’s stored, on our server or yours
• Notes can be attached to your tasks, so you have the information you need
• Attachments — graphics and audio — add rich information to your tasks
• View options let you customize each perspective by deciding what it should show and how it should filter your tasks
• The Review perspective takes you through your projects and tasks — so you stay organized
• With Siri support you can add tasks just by talking
• OmniFocus Mail Drop adds tasks via email and works with services like IFTTT and Zapier
• The Today Widget and the Apple Watch app show you your most important items — you don’t even have to open OmniFocus on your phone to know what’s up
• Support for TaskPaper Text and omnifocus:///add and /paste URLs lets you automate using Workflow
Pro features make OmniFocus even more powerful:
PRO FEATURES (VIA IN-APP PURCHASE)
• Custom perspectives help you create new ways to see your data by filtering and grouping projects and tags. NEW: The filtering rules are simpler to use while being more powerful than ever, letting you combine rules with “all,” “any,” and “none.” You can also choose any image to use as your custom perspective’s icon, and a custom tint color to go with it.
• NEW: Today’s Forecast can include items with a specific tag, and you can reorder those tasks however you choose, so you can plan your day better
• The customizable sidebar and home screen lets you organize your perspectives the way you want to, for super-fast access
• The Today Widget shows a perspective of your choice in Notification Center
Download OmniFocus right now and start your free trial! The app includes a quick tutorial and a manual — and there’s plenty more on the website.
If you have feedback or questions, our Support Humans would love to hear from you! Send email to [email protected], call us at at 1-800-315-6664 or +1-206-523-4152, or reach us on Twitter at @omnifocus.
The applications OmniFocus 3 was published in the category Productivity on 2018-05-30 and was developed by The Omni Group. The file size is 135.31 MB. The current version is 3.0.5 and works well on 11.3 and high ios versions.
OmniFocus 3.0.5 is a minor update focused on bug fixes.
• Crashes — Fixed several common crashes.
• Crash — Fixed a crash pressing command-Z on an external keyboard after making a change within the Perspective Editor.
• Forecast — Fixed a problem where the previous/next arrows in the inspector were disabled in Forecast.
• Localizations — Updated localized text.
• Various — Smaller fixes and improvements.
If you have any feedback or questions, we’d love to hear from you! The Omni Group offers free tech support; you can email [email protected], call 1–800–315–6664 or 1–206–523–4152, or tweet @OmniFocus.
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When support drops off for the version 2, I’ll be done with OmniFocus. The price is too steep for this app.
Doesn’t make much sense that you need to purchase an upgrade after already being an existing user. Was hesitant paying the first time and wasn’t exactly blown away so there’s no chance I’ll be paying this absurd price twice. The price point is made to make it seem as though the app is revolutionary, a smart marketing tactic, but unfortunately its not.
It is absurd that a $40 app doesn’t support natural language input
This version is better than OF2, particularly with visual effects and options. The new options for repeating tasks is a HUGE improvement. My number one complaint is that the badge notification doesn’t notify at a due time unless you physically open the app. Running it in the background doesn’t help. I have contacted Omni about this, and I hope they can work around this for the price point.
So I'm not sure why after paying the original 2 fees for the pro version V1 and V2. Why is it that the app itself isn't supported any more for previous users. Additionally why is the app payment not carried over. The app is good but to have to pay for each version is disappointing. On the next version will there be another fee? Disappointing.
First of all, let me get this out of the way. In regards to the upgrade price - I would much rather pay a one-time price for incremental upgrades than to have to pay a subscription fee for Omni Group apps. I think we're all tired of the subscription-based model most apps are taking these days. Let's keep that in mind when we leave a review. Okay, moving on. I am a GTD app junky. I’ve tried every to-do app under the sun, and I always come back to OmniFocus. It is THE GTD app, in my opinion. You can use it as a casual task management app, if you like; yet, it has enough robust features to move it into the realm of a pro application. I particularly love the custom perspectives you can create to match your particular work-flow. The design (particularly, the dark theme) looks wonderful on the iPad and the iPhone. A must-have app for those wanting to organize their brain and enhance their productivity.
Too much money for this app
free is only for 2 weeks. Yall really think this app is worth 40 dollars ?
Best at what it does but still incredibly frustrating and clunky UI. I can’t change folder names, or move them around. It takes 3-5 taps to change project location.
I have a feeling the developer abuses the loyalty of their customers. I love the app’s decency but not the way I have been used. Again, too expensive for a humble update.
This is a very expensive upgrade for only limited changes. It’s hard to see why this is a major upgrade. Maybe the watch app is the reason but with Apple Watch dying off it is a strange decision by OmniFocus.
This is by far the best app for an augmented GTD workflow, and I’ve looked at most. The reason for me is its strong support for enabling trust in whatever workflow you develop. Anyone who has used a task management app for more than a month or two will know how easy it is to loose actions in some corner of the database. Omnifocus handles this problem in two elegant ways. Firstly, the pro edition (you’ll quickly find that this is essential) has a highly flexible Perspective generator, for example allowing a view of stalled projects - those which don’t have any available actions. Want to generate a Work view; Home, Errands, People, Overseas Holiday? Easy. V3’s support for Tags greatly extends the possibilities from V2’s basic GTD Contexts. Secondly, even the standard edition has a customisable review cycle for every project, making it super easy to fine-tune, cull, and reorganise. Plenty of other features too: more variety of repeat options, an interleaved forecast view, and we haven’t even seen V3.1 or V3.2 yet.
This is a well thought through update that expands upon the best GTD app in existence. It’s feature allow you cut your work into what’s important and what can be done. It’s important to reduce cognitive load by knowing what you can do at any one moment, and deciding what’s important to you in that moment. This is as much an investment in yourself as it is in the omnigroup. Well done to the team for a fantastic update.
I was hesitant to download this app, because I’m getting fed up with how much I’ve had to pay OmniGroup lately for their frequent updates. Still beats the subscription model (I would no longer use their software in that case). That being said, I was pleasantly surprised with the free upgrade. Layout looks nice.
Omnifocus is the best task manager that I've personally used, but just calling it a task manager does it a disservice. Omnifocus helps me manage all of the projects (big or small) in my life. It does have a steep learning curve at first, but I encourage those who are discouraged in the beginning to play around with it and find a system that works for you. It took me a bit, but now I couldn't be happier. I've been using it for the past two years and am very pleased with the 3.0 update and additions.
OmniFocus 3 is a disappointing step backwards. It is cluttered and difficult to read, particularly in Focus mode. I like the idea of switching Contexts into Tags and allowing multiple tags per task, but the execution is awful. Now it’s a tag app, and everything else seems secondary. The app that once organized my work now makes a mess of it. It never bothered me to pay the asking price for this app because until now it has been brilliant. But I’m going back to OmniFocus 2 – it was clean, elegant, and flawless. Version 3 is none of those things.
Simply awesome, though i hope there is more keyboard shortcut such as tagging and select multiple item when pressed shift + arrow.
Great app! The ability to have multiple tags opens up endless possibilities....one recommendation, allow us to use repeating date features on reviews like we can now on task(example: first weekday of every month)....I feel like this was overlooked.
Give customer with older device a chance.
Omnifocus 3 is a solid update and continues its legacy as the best task management app out there. I typically only spend time in it at the beginning and end of my day to plan what is ahead, but for quite awhile now, it is by far the most useful software I use. I’ve tried other apps and never found anything that can compete. OF’s “defer date” feature allows you to easily plan without setting arbitrary due dates. This allows me to track a high volume of tasks while always knowing what absolutely needs to get done today. This has become even easier with the introduction of tags, allowing for A,B,C prioritization, and is flexible enough it can probably accommodate almost any system you might come up with. The Review function is also something that is missing from every other app I’ve tried. This allows me to easily put things on hold without losing track of them. When I read about the updates planned for Omnifocus 3, they struck me, and I’m sure others, as perhaps minor. However, after using it for about a week now, I can say it really is a significant update that I am very glad I purchased. Tags and batch editing alone have made a huge difference on the iPad. More options for setting up perspectives with easy to use rules has also been a big plus (only on the pro version I believe). As others have commented, it is not as sleek-looking as the UI of Things 3. It is an area I think can still use improvement. However, I found the clean look of Things 3 falls apart as soon as you’ve got a high volume of projects you’re managing, which is not the case with Omnifocus. One of its many strengths is its high-powered options combined with versatility that allows you to see only what you want to see, when you want to see it.
The iPhone app is great, I love it. The one for the Apple Watch seems to have stayed the same though, which is to say nearly useless. It’s still not possible to simply select a project and see its tasks. Instead you have to use the perspectives, which is annoying. I wish you would just make a new one guys.
keep up the good work
Here's a sub-par major update by the Omni Group. Sorry to say that, being a long standing customer who's always been loyal to the Omni folks. The user experience does not improve much. That flag icon is, simply put, ugly. Too many options remain at glance, even with the newly implemented customizable palette to hide what you don't need to see. And if you hide too many items, plenty of empty space comes up. What about the much expected new automation tools? No sight so far. Where's the polished simplicity we all have been waiting for, if so many icons still clutter the view almost everywhere? No Markdown integration yet and still, by my knowledge, no deepened interoperability with other Omni products. In the meantime, competition gets tougher out there...