Cultured Code ( has released version 1.2
of Things for Mac. The task management app now lets you add tasks to
Things from other applications. Things now also supports Spotlight
and Quick Look, and is fully localized into six languages: English,
French, German, Spanish, Japanese, and Russian.

What’s more, the software now offers a new system wide keyboard
shortcut that invokes the Quick Entry dialog with autofill. This lets
you add information to the notes of a new to-do from the currently
active application: a web page address from Safari, a link to an
email from Mac OS X Mail, or even links to files from the Finder.
With a key stroke, the Quick Entry dialog appears pre-filled with the
information you selected.

The Things 1.2 update, iGTD importer, and plug-ins are free for
licensed users and can be downloaded from the Cultured Code web site.
iGTD users who donated in the past will receive free Things licenses
via email.

Things for Mac is available on Cultured Code’s web store for US$49.95
and requires Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later. A family pack license is also
available for $74.95 and provides licenses for five members of your

Things for iPhone and iPod touch is available separately for $9.99
from the Apple App Store on your iPhone or iPod touch. It requires
iPhone/iPod touch OS 2.2 or later.