We recently published our annual Roadmap blog post, where we look back at the previous year and ahead to the new. We also published a follow-up as a special episode of The Omni Show with CEO Ken Case.
Last year was very busy, with several major new releases: OmniOutliner 3 for iOS, OmniFocus 3 for iOS, and OmniFocus 3 for Mac.
And this year will be no less busy: we’re close to launching OmniFocus for the Web, and we’re working on new features for OmniFocus — automation and sharing linked tasks — and new features for our other apps.
But also, importantly, as Ken Case writes, “the overall theme of our work for 2019 across all our product lines will be to improve the flow of using our apps.” We’ll be reviewing how customers navigate our apps and how integration works. We’ll be fixing bugs, including those rare crashing bugs, and improving performance.
We’re dedicated to making apps of the highest quality, and to do that — in Ken’s words — “we think it’s important to take a step back from time to time, to make sure that all the features we’ve already built are as polished and useful to everyone as they can be!”
And — one more thing to know — if you’re planning to buy one or more of our apps, you might want to do so before March 11 when we raise prices.