SEATTLE, Washington — January 8, 2008 — The Omni Group has announced the
final release of OmniFocus 1.0, their advanced task management tool.
OmniFocus is a personal productivity application that can be used to
implement the Getting Things Done work-life management method developed by
David Allen, although it is flexible enough to accommodate different styles
of personal organization.
OmniFocus is designed to quickly capture your thoughts and allow you to
store, manage, and process them into actionable to-do items. Tasks can be
assigned to projects and stored within contexts (for example: “Home”,
“Work”, or “Garden”), with built-in visual cues that highlight the next
action you need to take care of. OmniFocus helps you work smarter by giving
you powerful tools for staying on track of all the things you need to do.
OmniFocus features include a quick entry panel, accessible via keyboard
shortcut from any application, import for kGTD documents, iCal
synchronization, extensive project and task filtering, file attachments,
saved viewing perspectives, and more. More information, including a
15-minute quick start video and reference chart, is available at
OmniFocus licenses for $79.95. OmniOutliner Professional license owners are
currently eligible for a 25% discount off the OmniFocus license fee.
Quantity discounts, educational, and family pricing are available at
About The Omni Group
One of the first companies to develop software for the Mac OS X platform,
The Omni Group is today a leading developer for Apple products and has
designed and engineered an array of Mac OS X tools for productive
creativity. Founded in 1993, The Omni Group is located in Seattle,