Tasks

Developer: Lucidus Apps

Current Version: 1.3

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 469.6 KB - Download

Description:

Tasks helps you easily access Google Tasks™ from status bar.

With a simple and clean interface, here are some main features:
- Multiple account support. You can sign in as many accounts as you like at the same time. And switch between them quickly.
- Google Apps account support (Business, education custom domain)
- Global shortcuts for quickly adding task
- Create lists of tasks, sub-tasks
- Set due dates and notes
- Sort by due dates
- Keyboard shortcuts for editing tasks
- And more features are coming soon.

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Release Notes:

- show all accounts' list in one view
- fix some bugs, including one which makes user unable to edit task after clicking on the arrow
- confirm to App Sandbox

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.3
Review by EduTechie

No Problems Any More - Great App - I was real hesistant before buying this app because of the reviews, but it seemed to be the best one out there for what I was looking to do. 1) Easily open from keyboard shortcut 2) Easily add new tasks to my task list Works like a charm. I don't use safari, only chrome. It works great. I am using OS X 10.7.2 (Snow Lepoard?) Thanks for this perfect app. Worth the $4.99 for me not to have to have my task list open and be able to pull it up instantly and work on it with what ever shortcut I choose. Wish List: - There is a major missing shortcut key in my opinion to move a task from one list to another. All the other shortcuts work (Shift-Enter to see details, up/down, tab to insert. I I would love to be able to set a shortcut to move a task from one list to another. I use multiple lists for Today/This Week/Someday. It would be nice to be able to move those easily. Thanks again.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people
1/5
Version 1.3
Review by tringuyen

Just a tiny browser - Don't get this app, it's just a browser window for Google tasks, doesn't do much more. Does not allow you to view all tasks across different lists in one app. Asks you to log in again every time the app starts or when the computer restarts (would be a pain if you have 2 step verification on your Google account). The interface is the same as the Google task interface. Don't pay $5 for this, download Fluid and it would do the same thing.

Found helpful by 32 out of 36 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 1.3
Review by Larry.McJ

Doesn't print and developer is non-existent - When I first used this app I gave it a four-star review here…but then it worked. Now, it doesn't print a task list at all and the developer is apparently hiding. Emails go unanswered and if you click on "Lucidus Apps Web Site) at the top-right of this page, the link is broken. I thought Apple required all developers to have a means to communicate with customers…apparently not. It's a great app concept, and I'll continue to use it even if I can't print task lists, but it's quite lame for a developer to ignore the user community from which he accepted $$.

Found helpful by 9 out of 11 people
5/5
Version 1.3
Review by EduTechie

No Problems Any More - Great App - I was real hesistant before buying this app because of the reviews, but it seemed to be the best one out there for what I was looking to do. 1) Easily open from keyboard shortcut 2) Easily add new tasks to my task list Works like a charm. I don't use safari, only chrome. It works great. I am using OS X 10.7.2 (Snow Lepoard?) Thanks for this perfect app. Worth the $4.99 for me not to have to have my task list open and be able to pull it up instantly and work on it with what ever shortcut I choose. Wish List: - There is a major missing shortcut key in my opinion to move a task from one list to another. All the other shortcuts work (Shift-Enter to see details, up/down, tab to insert. I I would love to be able to set a shortcut to move a task from one list to another. I use multiple lists for Today/This Week/Someday. It would be nice to be able to move those easily. Thanks again.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people
1/5
Version 1.3
Review by MITProf

Buggy - I cannot believe nobody still makes a solid task editor on mac for google tasks. This thing doesn't start up at start. It cannot show your tasks if you are not online, for instance, if you are flying.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
5/5
Version 1.3
Review by JenRL2012

Really good app - I previously wrote a so-so review; but have to revise it since using the app for a month or so. It (magically?) stopped crashing and does now open at startup. It is exactly the way people describe it - a small tab/browser. However, the whole point is that it is instantly accessible from your menu bar, at a click - and has all the functionality of Google Tasks (can add, edit, delete, and sort your tasks as desired). I use Tasks constantly for college work and other things; and not having to go to my Gmail every time I want to check my tasks is all I wanted in the first place. If you rely on Tasks - and don't expect the developer to reinvent the wheel - this is a great app. If you don't like the way Tasks looks and functions - well, don't use it! Would've been nice if the developer ever responded to my email, though.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.3
Review by elieberman

Overpriced junk - Please, I hope you've read this review before going and spending your money as others have (*cough* myself included) After reading the change log I thought hey, those sound like great features. Unfortunately, this is really a subpar productivity app and certainly *NOT* worth the $5… Wish there was a buyers remorse return...

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
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