- Optimized for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
- iPad Landscape Mode
- Complete tasks before the Timer ends
- 64-bit support
- Restore backup with code from support
- Simplified Chinese
- New Procraster tab
- Rounded iOS 8 buttons
- Bug preventing change of session and break time
- Error when paused and recurring task is made active
- URL Scheme bug
- Spelling errors
- Completed tasks were not removed from the Delegated list
- Misc Procraster Cloud bugs
- Procraster Cloud version control improvement
- Fixed issue where the Timer restarts automatically
- Stability fixes related to database management
- Bug making infinite copies of tasks set to repeat the first day of the month
Ratings and Reviews
Nice! Just One Thing
This app looks fantastic! I can't wait to really use it. My only complaint is that it has a bug with voiceover. Everything is labeled perfectly, but sometimes when I use the app with voiceover, it freezes. A page that was previously read by voiceover suddenly has no way of navigating. For example, when I tried "adding a task" to a project, I could see that the task screen came up with the option to add tags and such, but VoiceOver would not read anything. I turn voiceover off, and was able to move freely through the app, but when I turn voiceover back on, it still would not read anything in the app until I closed it and reopened it. If this problem could be fixed, this app would get five stars for me!
Great app generally
I've tried many apps to handle procrastination and this is the only one I wanna comment. It's making people's lives easier by psychologically snooping into a procrastinators mind and give various data, charts, tags and options of action to battle it. Although I do think the developers are undoubtedly trying to make the app better, the creation of a task could be simpler, so people wouldn't find it time consuming to manually set up a task. Also, there could be more reasons to procrastinate. This app is not a subscription, totally worth the one time payment. Bravo.
A tool to get things done!
The developer successfully combined the GTD method and Pomodoro into a useful system of productivity. You are greeted with a elegant interface to enter your tasks. There's a "timer" section which is really a Pomodoro timer. While it doesn't fully follow the Pomodoro method (every 4 Pomodoros you get a 15 minute break). It is easy enough to change.
The task section looks very similar to a standard GTD setup. You have an inbox, next action section, projects and someday folders. If you are familiar with GTD you can hit the ground running with the app. Even if you don't, the app has a wonderful and thorough help section.
So what is the cons? Well, it is only an iOS app. So if you don't own an iPad, it is really annoying to enter all your tasking on an iPhone. Maybe this would be easier if I got an iPhone 6s Plus. But I would hope that the developer makes a web app to easily enter task when you don't have your phone.
Overall the app is wonderful. It may be missing some items like sub list but if task requires sub task it might need to go into the project folder.
- Simen Solbakken
- 19.3 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2013-2015 Simen Sørbøe Solbakken
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.