Application of the Week: iProcrastinate

By Jeny Varughese
February 28, 2012

Looking for the perfect place  to organize and keep track of all your assignments? iProcrastinate lets you do that and more.

iProcrastinate is a user friendly app created by Craig Otis that allows you to keep track of your to-do list.

This app is a great task managing tool for virtually anyone, not just for students.

iProcrastinate helps you keep track of all your tasks by letting you categorize your tasks by color and due date.

iProcrastinate has a calendar view and  list screen view. On the list screen, you can add a new event by clicking on the plus icon located on the bottom left corner of the app. This app allows you to add as many tasks or subjects as you want. You can also categorize or rate each tasks as high or low-priority.

The list screen consists of three groupings. On the left hand side of the screen you find all your groupings, middle section displays selected tasks or subjects with detailed information.

Displayed on the right hand side is a split  screen containing a steps and files pane to break down complex tasks into step-by-step and to attach any relevant files.

With iProcrastinate, you can set your tasks up to be a one-time event or to be repeated multiple times.

If you want your tasks available for instant view, this app lets you star the tasks for quick, easy accessibility.

iProcrasinate’s settings allow users to sort and link tasks, set limits on repeating tasks and auto-editing. The app also has a backup feature so that you don’t loose any important information.

Available for a free download on the app store, iProcrastinate syncs your information on other iOS devices or over the internet by way of Dropbox.

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