Cloudswave Score for OmniFocus
Rating based on 20 Critic Reviews
Leila Blauner, MS, PMP, CSM, ACP, on GetApp
I researched and tried just about every task management app there is. This was the only one for OS X / iOS that fit all of my needs. I have become extremely dependent on it. I probably only use approx 25% of its functionality, but that's plenty for me. The biggest pro for me is the ability to forward emails to the app.
Pros : Ability to email tasks to the app and have them show up in your task inbox, Multiple fields for prioritization/contexts/filtering, ability to create custom views (called perspectives)
Cons : They really, really need a way to prioritize via drag and drop. That's the only con, but it's a huge one
Needs to catch up to its iOS siblings in terms of interface, but this is a powerful and robust piece of handy software.
Pros : Powerful Robust Quite fast Well designed
Cons : Interface needs an update Could be more intuitive
Steve Sheldon, on Mac Life
The new interface makes OmniFocus easier to understand and master, and the price is excellent.
Stuart Gripman, on Mac World
OmniFocus Pro 2.0.2 is at the top of its class. Unless you’ve really got to have that AppleScript support, the basic version is sure to serve you well. If $40 still seems a bit dear for a task manager, download the trial version. You’ll find that the design, capabilities, and documentation make it a very good value.
Allyson Kazmucha, on Imore
I never used Omnifocus on a day to day basis due to the overwhelming complexity of it. Omnifocus 2 for Mac may change that for me. Omnifocus may not be for everyone, but if you have a lot of concurrent projects to manage and you need a get things done workflow that can be tweaked and changed just as often as your demanding work load is, you need Omnifocus. Now I can't wait to see what the refreshed iPad version brings to the table next.
Shawn Blanc, on Shawn Blanc
This new version of OmniFocus is more feature-rich while also being cleaner, more organized, and more logical. The design brings a structured peacefulness to the wild animal that is my never-ending task list. And that’s quite a feat, because our to-dos are, by nature, neither structured nor peaceful.
Stephen Hackett, on 512 Pixels
If you use OmniFocus, upgrading to the new version should be a no-brainer. It's beautiful, fast and packs the same punch the old version did. It doesn't bring a long list of new features, but it does its job reliably and easily. It's hard to ask for much more from a tool I depend on daily.
Mark Bangs, on AppPicker
OmniFocus 2 for iPhone should help you to effectively manage and save time, and I personally think it’s worth every penny!
Joshua L. Mann, on Joshua L. Mann
I am very pleased with the performance of both OF for Mac and OF2 for iPhone. If you have trouble organizing and tracking your tasks and you use your laptop, iPhone, or iPad as a main tool for work, I highly recommend you consider OmniFocus as a solution.
Casey Newton, on The Verge
OmniFocus 2 for iPhone makes it faster than ever to see your day at a glance, check your progress on ongoing projects, and add new tasks. And it does it all with a stylish simplicity that is new to the famously complicated app.
Christine Chan, on AppAdvice
I’m very impressed with OmniFocus 2 for iPhone. OmniFocus 2 is definitely worth it if you are in search of the complete productivity suite for managing your tasks. I am kind of a productivity nut, so I have a thing when it comes to GTD apps, and OmniFocus has always worked for me.
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