To-Do List Manager for PowerPC

For a long time now, I’ve been holding onto these programs and have only just decided to let it all out, because we’ve been very busy trying to source and share apps that support the PowerPC.  These ones come as suggestions from my readers, from around the world, and I didn’t want them to think that I kept their suggestions all to myself!  These are great applications that seem to surround the task of organizing your life.  You won’t regret having these To-Do list managers installed in your machine.  Some of them also work with Windows (if you’re so inclined)…

Here are 4 names that do the job very well and all of them are PowerPC friendly!

* Task Coach – (Free) – 1.3.20 – (Tiger 10.4/Leopard 10.5) – http://www.taskcoach.org/ 

* Simple To-Do – (Free) – 2.3 – (Leopard 10.5) – http://www.julius-eckert.com/project/view/1/5 or you can download it here: https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/26662/simpletodo 

* Simple Task – (Free) – 1.1.1 – (Leopard 10.5) – With iPhone support – http://www.simpletaskapp.com/ or you can download it here: https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/31199/simpletask 

* ToTo – (Free) – 1.5 – (Leopard 10.5) I need to point out that this app runs in the menu bar, which is a nice touch and the icon is gorgeous…it reminds me of the musical Wicked. 🙂 Anyways http://www.fredandrandall.com/toto/ 

I would like to highlight that these applications are all free and some of them are open for donations to help to keep their projects alive.  Also I want to mention that like them, Mac PowerPC also is accepting donations which we use to keep this project online.  Your donations help me pay for the various expenses associated with keeping a blog online, and I’m committed to continue searching for new and free software options for PowerPC users.  Feel free to send us some love in your comments and check out our advertisements – That would also help me keep this blog up and running!

Peace!

P.S.:  Thanks to http://thepowerpcarchive.com that recommend a nice application:

Anxiety 1.0 (Free) PowerPC friendly, 10.5/Leopard – http://www.anxietyapp.com/

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Wunderlist for Mac PowerPC (Task Management)

Wunderlist for Mac PowerPC (Task Management) 1.0.0 / 1.1.1

I took this Saturday, a good day off to make few extras post to upload during the weak, we know sometime the day pass by and we are very busy having our day-by-day responsibilities, work, home, blog, bills, appointments, grocery stores, concerts (of course) and etc.  You probably  know very well for having your own.  If you browse at App Store you will find tones of todo/task management things for Intel, but we are not allowed to use App Store, so we have to find our own way to get things done and we need to keep our day-by-day organized using PowerPC machines.  After browsing around I have found this app called Wunderlist that is available for PowerPC, it’s very easy to use and keep all your task organized, with this app you will be able to manager all your appointments and even sync with your devices like iPhone, iPodTouch, iPad, Blackberry, etc.  There is a really cool feature that you can ask for help with your Twitter or Facebook friends or even send by e-mail what you need to do and who could help you with.  I have to say this Cloud sharing and the synchronization with the devices are really good.  It would work very similar to iCal on iCloud.

I also need to point out the layout is well done, it’s an app that they took very well care about the design, it totally could be an Apple application and best thing “IT’S FREE”.  It’s very light to run, it uses about 50MB of RAM only.  I think the only downsize in this app is it doesn’t have alarm or reminders (yet) but it totally compatible for PowerPC so no complains from my side.

Wunderlist 1.0.0 (PowerPC Leopard) – http://cl.ly/0C43220f0C0M3s3z3L36

Wunderlist 1.1.1 (PowerPC Leopard) – http://cl.ly/3a122I0K0c1o082m3m15

After I finished this post I was checking for more informations about this app, and I found out they do have some product called Wunderkit, and this pack offers you more than a task management, but it looks they brought everything to browser, it looks like become an twitter account with task management, anyways worth a try: http://get.wunderkit.com/

Wundelist’s layout was inspired by David Allen’s best selling book “Getting Things Done”.