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SmartTime on the iphone. Man if you could figure out a way to merge iCal and Omnifocus (desktop or iPhone) like this.... It would be awesome.

http://www.leftcoastlogic.com
 
This looks similar to the idea I floated way back in May 2007.
 
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SmartTime on the iphone. Man if you could figure out a way to merge iCal and Omnifocus (desktop or iPhone) like this.... It would be awesome.

http://www.leftcoastlogic.com
Umm, looks like someone already figured it out :-)
 
Smart time seems to be buggy , it locked up my iPhone.
It's a good idea they have there but it seems to me that Omni [and everyone else ] can only make the iPhone app as powerful as Apple allows them to .
 
Hmm, works fine here but I don't keep it open for long. I did read there are 'memory limitation' issues on the iPhone...
 
Any more thoughts on this app and what functions might be cool / different from / desirable for OF?
 
According to the SmartTime site:
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Synchronize both tasks and appointments directly with Google Calendar and, from there, to Outlook and iCal. No other application does that.
So, maybe you could from OF to iCal to Google to SmartTime (and back?), if that's what you really wanted to do...
 
 


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