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April 11, 2012 at 2:23 pm #713 Reply

Jonne Naarala

It would be fantastic to have Steps app for iPad. Hopefully soon… Then I’ll be very happy.

I would need an iPad version more than a Mac version because I use iPhone and iPad at my work and it would be nice to have a synced Steps in both. Besides iPad is much replacing my Mac as a computer in my home usage. That’s another reason favoring the iPad version.

April 11, 2012 at 2:48 pm #715 Reply

Abdul Karim

I agree, iPad is the next logical “Step”…. Sorry, pun not intended! ;o) I would love to use Steps as my fulltime task manager (using Things at the moment), but the lack of an iPad version is the only killer for me. As soon as this is released (soon I hope) I’ll move everything over and finally say goodbye to Things!

On the iPad design front I can see the extra screen real estate in landscape being used for separate columns containing your lists, maybe different colours for each. Once in portrait it goes back to the list currently being used.

I would also love a way of syncing the iPhone against the iPad WITHOUT using cloud sync; perhaps by using Bluetooth… This would be a major selling point for your guys as nobody else is offering this and we don’t all have reliable internet connections.

April 21, 2012 at 1:09 am #766 Reply

Henning

The iPad version is in the pipeline, but we have equally many requests for the Mac app. If you are using a Mac for work or study, the Mac app makes more sense. Right now, iPads are more pleasure and entertainment devices than work devices. It is not impossible to work with them, but think about it: Which is your most common instrument to write and get a presentation or paper done? I am sure some dedicated users say “iPad” right now, because they want to prove it is already a fulltime work instrument. But this would not explain the larger numbers in PC and Mac sales in comparison to tablets. Yes, tablets are on the rise and maybe one day we get also faster with typing on glass surfaces. But right now, the computer is the main work horse in the game.

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