Cultured Code Releases Things for iPad

3 Apr

Things - iPad - AppIcon

STUTTGART, Germany – April 3, 2010 – Cultured Code today announced Things for iPad is now available on the App Store. The app is a beautifully focused and intuitive task manager with the right balance between ease of use and powerful features. Drawing on the successful features of the iPhone and iPod touch version, Things for iPad takes task management to another level.

1. Creating a first to-do item

Things - iPad - Screenshot 1

2. List of pending to-do items

Things - iPad - Screenshot 2

3. Sort to-do items by due date

Things - iPad - Screenshot 3

4. Project view of the to-do items

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5. Detailed item description of 1 project

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“As always, we are focused on delivering a clean, polished, and uncluttered user experience. We believe we’ve achieved that with the Things for iPad,” said Werner Jainek, co-owner and lead developer of Things for iPad.

Things for iPad lets users manage tasks with ease. Simply enter a task using the Quick Entry popover, then tap the task to move it to the appropriate list for attention when the time is right.

“We’re really excited about Things for iPad,” said Michael Simmons, director of Business Development and Marketing. “It was built to be intuitive and to take full advantage of the iPad’s revolutionary functionality.”

With its ease of use, ability to sync with Things for Mac, and beautiful Multi-Touch interface, Things for iPad will help any user manage tasks and become more productive.

Pricing & Availability

Things for iPad is available for $19.99 (US) from Apple’s App Store on your iPad or at
Check out Things for iPad on iTunes!

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About the Developer


Cultured Code is known for its innovative software. Founded in 2004, and with team members located in Germany and the US, Cultured Code develops Things – the award-winning task manager for Mac, iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Winner of the 2009 Apple Design Award, the Macworld Expo Best of Show 2009 Award, and the 2009 Macworld Editors’ Choice Award, Things takes a unique approach to personal task management. Together with a beautiful user interface, Things aims at the seemingly impossible: task management that is easy and fun.

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