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.
Get a quick look at the details of an action—just lightly press (not a tap!) an action, project, or context.
Press a little further to pop into the editor.
Flag, Complete, Delete, or change the Due Date. When you’re done, you’re right where you need to be.
Jump straight into a recently used perspective, or right to Quick Entry for a new Inbox item.
OmniFocus Light & Dark
OmniFocus for Mac includes two built-in Color Palettes: light and dark. Both are easy on the eyes and look fantastic in full screen.
We’ve selected and customized three fonts just for OmniFocus. San Francisco, Georgia, and our own variant of Proxima Nova.
What makes OmniFocus 2 so special is an extra emphasis on simplicity—anyone can get started. But extra power reveals itself when you need it. We’ve tucked a bunch of powerful things into the Professional upgrade, like focusing on projects or folders, scripting, and creating perspectives for your every whim.
Organizing Groceries with OmniFocus
by Jonathan Poritsky
Making quick work at the grocery store with OmniFocus and Apple Watch.
Spending Time on What Matters
by Polina Burkart
Using OmniFocus to spend more time on what matters, and less on what…doesn’t.
|Notifications & Alerts|
|Hardware Keyboard Shortcuts|
|Swipe to Flag|
|Multitasking on iOS 9|
Mac: OS X 10.10
iPad & iPhone: iOS 9
iPad & iPhone: v2.15.2
If your Mac doesn’t meet the system requirements, you may have better luck with a previous version from the downloads archive.