What are others saying about Nozbe? What's new coming?

It’s been more than two weeks since we’ve launched Nozbe Desktop and we are preparing our updated version (we’ve been working like crazy to make it happen) with better proxy support, speedier interface (especially on Windows) and many many bug fixes that our users uncovered in the last two weeks. Stay tuned!

In the meantime we’ve received great feedback from our users and bloggers all around the web, here are some quotes and posts:

“The more I use Nozbe, the more I am impressed. It’s not perfect—and it’s not the least expensive—but it is better than anything else I have found on the market. The product is at once simple to use and yet full of numerous, advanced features. It is the only task management system I feel comfortable recommending.”
Michael Hyatt

“I’ve long held that Nozbe is the premier general purpose task management system, and much of the reason is that it has always been an easy to learn and use web-based application, available to both Windows and Mac users alike.”
John Kendrick

“...as I work with the desktop version of Nozbe, I am finding it in some ways easier. The best thing is that I have a choice. I can use the desktop when I need to or when I am not on my computer, I can log into the web, or even use my Android phone. This allows me to manage my day from anywhere at anytime. Nozbe is so much a part of my life, I would be lost without it.”
GTD Software.net

“Having tried just about every ToDo app there is, my preferred app of choice is Nozbe. I like the fact that I can use it anywhere on any device and have written extensive reviews as such. Nozbe, as a company, is also a great example of a group of developers who are using their business to do some good in the world. Their customer service flows out of a desire to serve the customer rather than simply acquire more users. Their new desktop version for both Windows and Mac is very promising.”
Michael St Pierre

“Insgesamt eine tolle Ergänzung der Funktionalität von Nozbe. Durch die Datenspeicherung auf den Servern von Nozbe kann man sich ja in jeder Situation aussuchen, welche Zugangsmöglichkeit man benutzt.”
Christian Pohle

“If the price is not a dealbreaker for you, there is much to like in the nozbe app. It has an attractive user interface, is easy to use, provides solid integration with evernote and dropbox and is compatible with david allen’s getting things done™ (GTD™) approach.”
Gilbert Van Hoeydonck

“I like a lot about the new desktop app. Working offline is a big help, and the ability to filter Next Actions by project or context is one of those things that drove me to write my own client! Not everything is there, but I can see where the missing items would fit. The new type # to enter context, project, date whatever is a wonderful addition…”
Michael Koehler

Thanks everyone for warm welcome for our desktop apps!

We’ve been working hard and we won’t stop there. New versions are coming with many improvements and welcome features… and all this very, very soon!

Posted on Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Ray Anderson
May 8, 2012 16:27

Michael, when you have time, please give us an update. It helps us as we wait for a future release.

May 6, 2012 22:18

I’ve made the switch to Nozbe from Things and I am finding not having the Areas of Responsibility that they have very disorienting. As an example I would have different Priorities of “Work”, stuff thats Tier 1, Tier 2 and so on. I liked that I could see all the single actions plus the Projects that were all Tier 1 in one place.

How does Nozbe go about doing that?

Apr 29, 2012 07:31

@Giles G. Tompkins
Unless I have missed something I don’t think there is any new Android version released…

Giles G. Tompkins
Apr 27, 2012 13:37

Thank you for the new app for Android, and the new Nozbe for my Windows PC. How do I print actions or notes or anything from the PC version?

John Reardon
Apr 21, 2012 13:09

Where is the update for the buggy Android app? Where is the roadmap for new features?
Where is reliable communication to users? Being a Nozbe customer can be very frustrating.

John Reardon
Apr 21, 2012 13:09

Where is the update for the buggy Android app? Where is the roadmap for new features?
Where is reliable communication to users? Being a Nozbe customer can be very frustrating.

Apr 20, 2012 07:40

And what about Android – still not a finished app…

Gerard Wijnands
Apr 18, 2012 05:58

What about iPad/iPhone versions? It’s very quiet out there…..