Australians must have a lot of things to do.
When Task.fm first launched earlier this year many people loved the simplicity of the service but baulked at the price point – $10/month. Especially when leading services like RTM cost as little as $25/year.
Well with Task.fm v2 you can now get a free ad-supported account or the pro account for only $3.99/month.
If you go pro, what do you get for your $4/month?
You get everything from groups and contacts to to-do lists to the ability set up reminders almost anyway you could think of, including by SMS, voice, email or twitter.
Best of all though, you can set all of those reminders by using plain English. Task.fm’s natural language recognition tool means using the system is as simple as using words the way you want to, not the way the program says they have to be input.
There are a lot of excellent reminder/to-do tools out at the moment, RTM, Things and Nirvana to name a few. If founder Anthony Feint can keep developing innovative tools, however, there’s no reason why Task.fm won’t be able to win its fair-share of the market.