Task2Gather for iPhone now supports Push!

"August 10th 2009, VITO Technology is proud to present new Task2Gather 3.0 for iPhone. The new version supports Push notifications on iPhone and iPod with 3.0 OS. Get live alerts from work or your family to be always on top of everything. Besides this great piece of news we'd like to announce that Task2Gather project turns ONE year old since it was released for the public!"

You can get the client app in the App Store here for $2.99. Read on for full PR details... A free desktop version is also available.

Task2Gather for iPhone now has:

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PUSH for New Items: 

Get an instant notification when a change appears on your list item. Accept it and read straight away or keep it on the display as unread. The number of new tasks will accumulate to keep reminding you.

PUSH for New Comments:

See, read and answer any new comments directed to you or to your projects straightaway, start a seamless conversation in the comments area with your colleagues and track their thoughts. 

T2G is a great Collaborative Tool: 

Free desktop client, offline and online mode. It works as a standalone application or seamlessly synchronized with http://task2gather.com. All your tasks will be available everywhere at anytime.

T2G has great Sharing Options (on the go and on the web):

It gathers all your personal, family, and business tasks that will be shared between all your colleagues or family members no matter whether they are using a desktop PC, the iPhones or a Windows Mobile device. Use it as a todo list for daily errands, reminders for your kids, wife or husband.

Task2Gather supports English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, and Russian. It is available for $2.99 at AppStore.


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