San Antonio, Texas – MacRecon today is pleased to announce the release of TaskAgent 3.0, the latest version of the plain-text-based to-do list manager for Dropbox. This major upgrade features a complete redesign and approach to new features; TaskAgent now uses the more efficient Dropbox Sync API, as well as other background improvements only found in iOS 7.
The most requested feature has been list folders; starting with version 3.0, TaskAgent now allows users to add as much folders to organize their lists in. +.TaskAgent 3.0 also improves on features that were introduced in version 2.5: search, hashtags, and custom URL actions for communicating with external apps.
TaskAgent 3.0 is now available as a free universal app for both iPhone and iPad; it is a separate app from the previous version, which will allow anyone to try out the app. If they like the app, the full app can be unlocked with a one-time in-app purchase. The in-app purchase is currently on sale at $1.99 during the app’s launch, but will go up in price in the future. The full app features the removal of a three-list limit found on the free version, as well as adding list folders, and other smaller features.
* Simple, easy to use list interface
* Syncs with Dropbox using plain text files
* Plain text files edited from Dropbox will have changes synced back to the app
* List folders for organization
* Various sharing options, including the ability to share a list’s unique Dropbox URL
* Automatic task organization options
* Plain text mode
* App-wide search function for tasks and lists
* Hashtags for quick and easy search
* Custom URL actions for interacting with external apps
* Supports TextExpander touch snippet expansion
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Optional Dropbox account required for sync
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* Universal Application
* 3.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
TaskAgent 3.0 is Free (without ads) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. There is a $1.99, promotional price for in-app purchase to unlock the full app. The full app features the removal of a three-list limit found on the free version, as well as adding list folders, and other smaller features.
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