OmniFocus for iOS
OmniFocus for Mac
Version 2.1.1 • Requires OS X 10.10
The quickest way to add an action on each platform. Just a tap or keyboard shortcut away. And with iOS 8, you can even add actions using the system-wide share sheet or with 3rd party apps.
With an iPhone or iPad that supports location notifications, use proximity alerts to know when you’re near a grocery or hardware store.
Hey Siri, can you please add check out the museum of history and industry to my OmniFocus list? Thanks.
Bring the most relevant information to the forefront by focusing on folders and projects—stick to what you want to see. OmniFocus won’t bombard you with work stuff when you’re focused on your family.
Pro users can create custom views on both Mac and iPad—filter out contexts, projects, or folders, and add sorting options for lists you need to access often.
OmniFocus for Mac comes with incredibly deep AppleScript support. Inside OmniFocus is a great place to start when you’re ready to explore.
|Add actions quickly no matter where you are in the app|
|Throw in images, audio, and PDFs on the Mac, or add pictures and audio notes on iOS|
|A view to get a grip on your day and week. Even more on Mac|
|Filter out the unnecessary to concentrate on the now|
|See your calendar events in Forecast mode|
|Use our own Sync Server, or set up a private server|
|Never miss a due date — customizable notifications everywhere|
|A quick glimpse of your day right from the Notification Center|
|Add to OmniFocus using the native Share Menu on iOS and Mac|
|Ask Siri to remind you of something, and we’ll take it from there|
|Coming or going, we’ll remind you of your tasks|
|Periodically review each project’s status to stay on top|
|Find your folder, project or perspective lightning fast|
|Save to common formats like plain text and HTML on Mac, or CSV on iPad|
|Concentrate only on what you need to see|
|Save frequently used views for later|
|Move your most frequent perspectives to the top|
|Script away! Use an extensive AppleScript library to do everything|
A Workflow of Perspectives
by Kourosh Dini
Kourosh makes use of custom perspectives to get everything he doesn’t need to see out of sight.
The Ability to Clear
by David Sparks
Using defer dates and focusing on Today, David is able to wear many hats—and even bail when necessary.
Mac: OS X 10.10
iPad: iOS 8
iPhone: iOS 8
If your Mac doesn’t meet the system requirements, you may have better luck with a previous version from the downloads archive.
Mac: German, English, Spanish, French, Japanese, Dutch, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese
iPad: German, English, Spanish, French, Japanese, Dutch, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese
iPhone: German, English, Spanish, French, Japanese, Dutch, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese