Create Mac desktop version
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Using crossover for now...
Нужна мак версия. Без мак версии к жизни не очень пригоден(
Поюзал MLO вроде прикольно. Но без версии на мак врятли удастся внедрить в свою жизнь. Попробую во время тестового периода только на мобилке и айпаде работать посмотрим...
Another user lost to Mac. I've moved from Windows and won't be going back. You'll keep bleeding users until you develop a MacOS version. For your sake and ours, please do it and do it soon.
i'm very wait =( When
Any updates on this? It doesn't seem to be a priority and I don't want to pay for the pro version if I can't sync with OS X anyway. Thanks.
David John commented
This is the only thing preventing me from paying for pro version and the Cloud service. In meantime I'll be using other apps that have native macOS version.
Been a dedicated MLO user for... 10 years? Now I've moved to a Mac with work, so despite always having had a WinPC, I would love a mac version now.
The iOS app is the hands down best one out there, so I would be incredibly reluctant to move.
Its the only reason I don't use it on my android as much as I'd like to because I can't sync easily with Mac productivity tools
Please, create Mac desktop version
John Pannell commented
Any update to this request from 5 years ago? I currently have a workaround of emailing MLO cloud from my macbook then managing the tasks on my iPhone. It would be great if I could do everything on my macbook without having to jump to the iPhone for MLO>
Justin Megawarne commented
This needs to happen. Used the Windows version until switching to a Mac. Every other task manager is a toy in comparison.
MLO 2 looks awesome, perhaps the best implementation of a GTD-related system that I've seen. Please consider a Mac OS client, or at least a browser-based web client. For me, the smartphone UIs are great and very useful, but even more critical is the ability to more efficiently organize and act on "the big picture" when I'm at a computer and can use a larger screen.
I am just curious to know why windows was prioritize before mac OS?
I struggle to think there were major technical roadblocks going down the Mac route for development compared to windows. But then I am not a techie so I could be wrong. From a business perspective though, this is not making any sense to me at all. If I were to run this company, I'd probably not even bother with windows and just let them make do with a browser based access. They're used to it - they will have no issues at all!
Here is my theory: people who are naturally well organised, the smart, the punctual, the perfectionists, the classy and elegant, the creative, the top performers - especially those that demand the same of others and simply cannot stand anything sub-standard - will readily pay any price for tools that reflects their own personality.
I simply cannot imagine how this demography of people could possibly work on the most crappy, clunky, cluttered, unintuitive, unattractive and useless pile of rubbish called 'Windows' and still be sane!
Although the windows users are high in number, a very small percentage of them are the types that value things like this and actually pay for it. I would think it is the complete opposite in the case of Mac users.
P.S - Sorry about the long rant.. Just one of these frustrating days where I am forced to use a windows pc at work which is probably more useful as a chopping board than a computer.
I'm still waiting for...
I started to use MLO 10 years ago when I had Windows Mobile pocket device paired with Windows application. Now I have Macbook and iPhone and really missing that days... I still didn't find anything better...
The whole Mac Os X and iOS sucks, all that todo-apps with glance UI for people who don't remember when to buy milk... But there is no solid GTD app with solid logic behind to allow to build and manage your own GTD system..
I love MLO and waiting for OS X release.
Please make it compatible with older Mac OS X versions, at least 10.8+
Really miss Mac OS desktop version...
I'm looking for an outliner, TDList, TaskMtg, R&D Analysis Logs for use by engineers, scientists and general programmer geeks.
Am currently experimenting with Workflowy (initially just as a bootstrap approach - while I look for building upon some open-source toolkits/libraries) and may
try Checkvist (mainly because it kind-of-sort-of promises automation - I'll see I'm a
Unix weenie; will throw git, grep,cron, rsync, curl/wget, json, gnuplot, mongodb at least to start with ;)
Alas MLO is a non starter unless I can use it from my Mac OS X desk-top - that does not
exclude running a linux version under the Mac unix CLI (aka 'terminal'). Actually CLI, command-line interface commands, would go a long way in satisfying my automation requirements.
Please let me know when MLO has a Mac OS X Beta (or alpha?). I would consider a license model if, at the very least, I can be sure of owning all of my data with no lost of resolution, i.e. retain ALL metadata, when I export it from MLO.