Firetask - Project-oriented GTD Task Management

Developer: Gerald Aquila

Current Version: 3.8.5

Last Updated: 4 months ago

Download Size: 6.7 MB - Download


The practical, innovative, and elegant GTD® task management tool
* Efficiently manage your delegated tasks ("Waiting For" list)
* Speed up your weekly GTD® review by organizing via drag & drop
* Clearly schedule your tasks with the integrated calendar view

Firetask combines the advantages of David Allen's Getting Things Done (GTD®) with proven classical task management features such as due dates and priorities in a unique way. Unlike other task management apps, Firetask is strictly project-oriented and highly efficient. Firetask syncs wirelessly with Firetask for iPhone and Firetask for iPad.

Use the "Today" view for fast access to tasks due today or in the next days as well as to your next actionable task per project. Group tasks by "Categories" or "Projects" including a special "Waiting for" category for tracking tasks you have delegated. Use the "In-Tray" to quickly enter thoughts and ideas so that no single good idea gets ever lost again. Easily manage short-term tasks on a "Scratchboard". Finally, use the "Organize" and "Calendar" views to support your weekly GTD® review process and keep track of your personal task and project archives including GTD®-style "Someday" and "Trash" lists.

GTD® and Getting Things Done® are registered trademarks of the David Allen Company. Firetask is not affiliated with or endorsed by the David Allen Company.


Release Notes:

Firetask 3.8.5 is recommended for all users and contains minor bug fixes and usability improvements.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.0.1
Review by Tom Harrison

I LOVE IT - It has always been hard for me to stick to a certain GTD piece of software. I used OmniFocus for a year or more, Remember the Milk for a few years, but have found processes that I can't quite fit into those two applications. In short - I find it hard to fit my system in with their model. So I usually combine RtM with a good note-taking system for other aspects of my GTD process. But I am in love with this application - it took a number of great paradigms from iOS-based UX and made them work (better in a few cases than Apple has been able to do with Lion -- I LOVE the Category-etc lists). The UX is incredible - and that's a huge part of a to-do/gtd application. I am still testing it and am simply elated and wanted to write this short 'in progress' review of the application, but I look forward to continuing to try it in my workflow. This is a really solid application from what I can tell, though.

Found helpful by 29 out of 32 people
Version 1.2
Review by Jerry Myer

very poor support and very little help - buggy sync - I paid for the Mac version, the iphone version and the ipad version, hoping to be able to sync and take my tasks on the go like most other programs. Synced once to my ipad, iphone would not work, and now the ipad won't sync. Does not say why, and there is absolutely no help on line, or built into the program. you have to be on your wireless network to sync, and I was, but it did not work. I have two other programs that work just fine over the interenet wihtout having to be on the same network to sync. I feel like I completely wasted my money, and it was not cheep. Until they get their act together with some support and help on line, and they allow syncing over the cloud, it's a waste of time and money. It's too bad, because I like the interface and the look and ease of the program, but if it can't sync to your mobile device, what's the point?

Found helpful by 25 out of 30 people