My favorite task manager, Remember The Milk is now easily available on your iPhone, or iPod touch. You need the pro version to get the optimized RTM ($25 per year), but you can access the normal version for free. I think the $25 for RTM is worth it, not really because of the extras you get, but because it’s nice to say thank you for such a cool app.
You can add and edit tasks as you would in the desktop version, you can also use your touch powers to mark a taks complete with the touch of a button. In fact, you can do nearly anything you can do normally, and always having your tasks with you is a great advantage.
You can now also add Remember the Milk to your Home Screen by visiting you’re the RTM iPhone website, tapping the plus sign, and adding it from there. You will see the nice, shiny and cute cow right there on the screen, awesome.
Update: Remember the Milk is now available as an app for additional mobile devices and formats. The developer website lists versions for Apple's iPad and iPhone, a version for Google's Android operating system, and versions of Remember the Milk for services such as Gmail or Apple's computer voice service Siri.
Some versions are only available for pro account owners who also get access to pro versions of the applications for their devices which offer additional features like smart auto-sync that sends tasks changes to Remember The Milk the second they happen, unlimited auto-syncing, reminder notifications and priority support via email.
You can check out the official website of the service to find out more about the features each application provides and what pro versions on top of that make available to you.
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