Task manager Todoist has rolled out redesigned versions of its web and web-based Chrome app. The task management app arrived in the Chrome Web Store late last year having racked up a user base of over 3 million […]
Journal by Journey for Chrome Beta makes a convincing case for diary keeping in the age of status updates and excessively hashtagged experiences.
Popular productivity service Any.do has released a new version of its desktop Chrome App. But while it brings a new look it loses crucial offline support.
The Evernote Web Clipper Chrome Extension has been redesigned to allow users to be 'more efficient' and adds improved notebook selection and social sharing features.
Do It Tomorrow is billed by its developers as 'the to-do App for procrastinators'. I prefer to call it the virtual equivalent of a notebook, albeit one with some modern features.
If you're an avid user of Google's note taking web-app 'Scratchpad' you'll want to jot the following down: development on it is stopping. The application, which comes pre-installed on ChromeOS, is a popular "jot pad" for ideas, especially since it works offline and syncs back to the cloud when connection is resumed.