updated 04:17 pm EDT, Thu August 9, 2012
Other additions include Daily Review, Mountain Lion support
All three editions of task manager Things -- for the Mac, iPad, and iPhone -- have been updated to v2.0, says developer Cultured Code. At the core of the updates is support for the completed deployment of Things Cloud, a service which syncs tasks between devices using a secure SSL connection. The apps have also gained a new Daily Review list, which lets people see all of the tasks scheduled for the day and postpone them as needed.
The Mac edition now supports Mountain Lion, including app sandboxing. Cultured Code has also added a fullscreen mode, Retina-level graphics for the MacBook Pro, "redesigned" Reminders integration, and cosmetic interface improvements. Both iOS apps use a new Scrolling Date Picker, making it easier to select dates, and should function fully using Apple's VoiceOver accessibility technology. The iPhone interface has received some visual tweaks.
Things 2 for the Mac costs $50, and runs on OS X 10.6 or later. The iPad edition is $20, and requires iOS 5.x; the iPhone version also demands iOS 5, but costs $10.