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The Hit List updated for Mac, iPhone, lots of great new features

We were excited about The Hit List a few years ago, with the beta showing a lot of promise, and version 1.0 finally was released in 2011. Now the task-manager software has been updated to version 1.1 for both Mac and the iPhone with the following new features: iPhone version The ability ...

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The Hit List for iPhone 1.0 now available

The (incredibly lengthy) wait is over! The Hit List for iPhone 1.0 (US$9.99) is now available. The app features cloud sync with its desktop companion, The Hit List for Mac ($49.99), which can be enabled via an in-app purchase for $1.99 per month or $19.99 per year. Note that The Hit List for iPhon...

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The Hit List 1.0 is out, iOS app awaiting Apple approval

The Hit List showed a lot of promise when we originally covered it back in late 2008-early 2009. The last beta on record came out in March 2009, and we had sporadic notice throughout late 2009 and 2010 that the task management program, and its iOS companion, was still in development. The Hit Li...

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Potion Factory seeking beta testers for The Hit List iPhone

Andy Kim with Potion Factory contacted us a few minutes ago to reveal that he is seeking testers for the upcoming closed beta of the iPhone version of The Hit List. Those wanting to be in the program are asked to submit how they best use The Hit List in their daily routine. From those entries, 10...

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The Hit List 0.9.3 introduces repeating tasks

Potion Factory's The Hit List introduces repeating tasks to the GTD-style client, but in a pretty neat way. Instead of the traditional method of indicating how often a task should repeat, users can type directly into the "repeating" field, using natural language to describe when and how many times i...

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The Hit List enters public beta

A few weeks ago, Brett wrote about his first impressions with The Hit List from Potion Factory, a task management application that goes toe to toe with OmniFocus and Things. He was extremely impressed with what the release, then just entering private beta, offered. "We haven't seen a lot of waves in...

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The Hit List takes aim at OmniFocus and Things

The Hit List, from the Potion Factory, is a new task management application set to go head-to-head with Things and OmniFocus. We haven't seen a lot of waves in the advanced, visually polished task manager wars lately, but this one is going to storm the gates. I tend to get overexcited about new prod...

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I Love Stars

Potion Factory brainiac Andy Kim has just unleashed a new free app on the world - I Love Stars. This little app does two things very well. First, it displays your iTunes rating (from zero to five stars) in the menu bar for the song that is currently playing, and second, I Love Stars lets you change ...

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Tangerine beta

The kids at Potion Factory are at it again. Their latest gorgeous app is Tangerine. Tangerine scans your iTunes library (very quickly) and analyzes the beat intensity of your tracks so that you can create playlists based on the intensity of the music (i.e. fast paced songs for working out, and slowe...

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Voice Candy 1.1

Voice Candy 1.1 has just been released, and it brings voice memo management to this very clever little voice altering program. We blogged about it when it was first released, and it looks like it has just gotten better with this .1 release. Also added in this free update is the ability to listen to...

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Voice Candy 1.0

The developers of Voice Candy pitch is as doing for microphones what Photobooth does for webcams. It is a clever little app that can change the sound of your voice using a variety of effects (including the popular Vader. I imagine lot of people saying, 'iMac, I am your father.'). But it doesn't stop...

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