OmniFocus is designed to quickly capture your thoughts and allow you to store, manage, and process them into actionable to-do items. Perfect for the Getting Things Done® system, but flexible enough for any task management style, OmniFocus helps you work smarter by giving you powerful tools for staying on top of all the things you need to do.
Quickly and easily record all your miscellaneous to-dos and store items in your inbox until you're ready to process and organize them. Capture it all on the fly with the quick entry panel, accessible via keyboard shortcut from virtually any application.
Use the powerful contexts feature in OmniFocus to categorize actions by work mode. When you’re ready to sit down and make some calls, just click on the Phone context in your OmniFocus document in order to see all the phone-related tasks you have.
You can’t accomplish your goals if you don’t have them with you. OmniFocus synchronizes your actions with a server so that all of your Macs, your iPhone, and your iPad are up-to-date. Sync with our own free Sync Server or any standard WebDAV server, over your local network, or even with something as simple as a USB drive.
This is a free update for all current owners of OmniFocus. The app will run in a fully functional trial mode for 14 days without a license. Also available for purchase on the Mac App Store. Requires Mac OS X v10.6.8 or later to run.
Latest release: October 26 2012
OmniFocus 1.10.4 — October 26, 2012 OmniFocus 1.10.4 for Mac is a minor update which resolves some OS X Mountain Lion compatibility issues.
OS X Mountain Lion Compatibility
- Fixed a bug which caused published Due reminders to be missing their alarms in Calendar on OS X Mountain Lion.
- Worked around a problem on OS X Mountain Lion which caused the sync button to blink during a sync when using small toolbar icons.
- Corrected a regression which caused the Dock badge to be drawn at an inappropriate size on 10.7.0 through 10.7.2. (Mac OS X 10.7.4 or later is recommended for all Mac OS X Lion customers.)
- Fixed a crash on OS X Mountain Lion when using the contextual menu on an item’s notes when attachments are present.