And We're Back!

Arriving At DestinationWe have returned!  Actually, we’ve been right here all along, planning and developing the future GTDReviews.com.  While the major redesign is cheap viagra canada just a little ways out yet, we’re back in the game bringing you valuable cialis canadian pharmacy GTD and productivity related content on a daily basis, starting….

now.

Subscribe to our RSS feed, and come back and visit us to learn about the latest GTD software updates, new releases, and more.  Help us provide a better resource by leaving us feedback on what you’d like to see here.

Thank you for your patience, allowing us to make sure GTDReviews.com is the most accurate and comprehensive informational resource of GTD and productivity tools on the web.  Stay tuned for more!

Major Site Overhaul Coming Soon!

Road Work AheadLadies and Gents, this site and its potential usefulness have inspired such a positive response from the GTD community, that we’ve decided to invest time and money into a major site overhaul. As you may have noticed, our updates haven’t been as regular or as comprehensive as we would like, but now you know why.

If you’ve had the opportunity to check out our App Comparisons, you have seen how useful the information is. That said, it would be much nicer if you had the ability to manipulate the data and organize it to apply specifically to you as an individual. Well, stand by shortly while we make your dreams into a reality.

If you have any specific suggestions on how we can make this site most valuable to you as the end user, please let us know in the comments below!

Midnight Inbox v1.4.4 for Mac Released

v1.4.4 released Feb 18Midnight Beep Softworks released version 1.4.4 of its Mac GTD application, Midnight Inbox, on Monday (Feb 18). This update brings bug fixes, speed improvements, and feature enhancements.

We’re still trying to find out exactly what that means. The Midnight Beep news doesn’t highlight the recent update, but you can see other updates and news here. Regardless, the update is a good one to make sure you download so you’re up-to-date. You can download the current app here.

To see how Midnight Inbox compares to all the other Mac GTD apps, check out the App Comparisons page.

Midnight Beep Softworks

Omnifocus v1.6.1 for iPhone Released

Omnifocus for iPhoneOmnigroup released version 1.6.1 for the iPhone variant of their popular GTD application yesterday.  This update comes exactly 1 month from the release of version 1.6, and brings many bug fixes, as well as improvements of viagra cheap the Perspectives implementation.

For a detailed list of updates, visit the Omnifocus for iPhone forum on the Omnigroup website, specifically this thread, or you can download this update here.

To see how Omnifocus for iPhone compares to all other GTD apps, keep an eye on the App Comparisons page for developments coming very, very soon!

The App Comparisons Chart is Live!

App Comparison ChartWe’re excited to announce that the App Comparison Chart is live today!  Thus far we’ve indexed apps on the Mac OS X platform, but there is more to come.  We’d love to hear your feedback on the layout, the categories, or any aspect that you think could be improved to better serve you!  We’ve added the feedback page so you can let us know directly what you’d like to see.

Developers, have we left out your application?  Have we missed something about your app?  Please let us know.

We’ll be adding iPhone apps next.  If you have any suggestions or requests on what iPhone apps should be included, once again use this form.

Thank you for stopping by!

Hi, my name is Evan.

Hello my name is Evan

This is going to be brief, but I want to let you know who, what, why, and how I am so that some of you custom writing paper can relate with me a bit in future posts, in future discussions that we might have, etc.

As you’ve probably already learned from my background described in the “About Us” section, I’ve been a ‘GTDer’ for about a year now.  I have found nothing that comes close to GTD in terms of a comprehensive and effective work-flow management methodology, so I have enthusiastically absorbed as much knowledge and experience on the topic as possible.  I’ve read all three of David Allen’s books, listened to every audio CD they offer, subscribe to their podcast, and I’m a GTD Connect member.  So let’s move on to who I am outside of GTD.

I love people, and I love contributing to a greater cause.  If I can provide something of value, I certainly want to do everything I can to do so in the most effective way possible.  I enjoy helping people that want to help themselves.  I love technology, life-hacking, gadgets, all most apple products, entrepreneurship, Star Wars, the US of A, God, and my wife.  Those are most definitely not listed in any particular order.

If you care to continue reading, I’d like to share what people have influenced and inspired me up to this point.  The  reason I’m in a position today to pursue such a project as this is that I’ve absorbed and taken advice from the following:

I know I’m missing some, but I’m sure I’ll add more later.  If there’s anything I’ve learned in the past several years since college, it’s that the best people to learn from are those who are where you want to be in life, and who are willing to share with you how they got there.

So there is “me” in a nutshell.  As you can see, I’m a bit random, and my writing style is mostly conversational.  I’m always open to hear about how I can improve, though!

I can’t wait to get to know you, and find out how I can help you improve your productivity to enhance your life.  Please don’t hesitate for a second to email me and introduce yourself.

Make it a great day!

-Evan

Apple Announces the iPad

Apple announced their highly anticipated tablet device today, curiously called the “iPad.”  We watched the 10am Pacific press conference on both Engadget and Gizmodo, and were a bit underwhelmed. Take a look at Gizmodo’s first hands-on here and decide for yourself.

Still, it is a beautiful device.  The platform does have great potential for boosting productivity in nearly every way.  What do you think?  Do you envision the iPad helping you Get Things Done at any point in the future? Leave your thoughts and comments below!

First Post!

"Mind Like Water"

Hi, everyone.  First of all, welcome to GTD Reviews.  We really appreciate that you’ve taken the time to come check us out.  My name is Evan, and I founded this concept.  First off, I want to briefly describe what this site is, and what we’d like it to do for you.

GTDReviews.com is a one-stop resource for new and veteran GTDers alike to view and compare all the tools available to them.  This will eventually include all digital and analog list managing devices, from a Moleskine notebook, to a web-based app, to an iPhone app and its Mac OS X counterpart.  Our intention is to have a site that is comprehensive, always current, and 100% accurate.  In order to accomplish that, we need your participation!

Visit us often, and overwhelm us with feedback and suggestions.  If you go check out the “About us” page, you’ll see that we’re just GTDers like you with a love for technology and the web.  This site is supposed to be “For the people, by the people.”  It just can’t be awesome without your contribution.

We’ll dive in to a bit more detail as we continue to roll out features and content.  Look for personal posts by either myself or Will discussing our own personal discoveries about what has worked and hasn’t worked for us as we implement GTD.  We don’t claim to be pro’s or coaches by any stretch of the imagination.  We’re simply two young professionals who see great value in using GTD to improve productivity and lifestyle.

Thanks again for stopping by, and don’t forget to let us know what you think so far in the comments below!

-Evan