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Orderly 2.2 Update Brings Location-Based Reminders to the Gesture-Friendly To-Do List iPhone App
Tekton Technologies today announces Orderly 2.2 for iOS, a major update to their gesture friendly app for managing to-do lists on iPhone. Featuring a breathtaking interface and flawless cloud sync, the App now comes with "Location Based Reminders," so tha

SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Tekton Technologies is pleased to announce the release of Orderly 2.2 for iOS, a major update to their productivity app that lets users manage to-dos using a unique visual interface on iPhone. Featuring a breath taking interface and flawless cloud sync, Orderly, now comes with "Location Based Reminders," so that the users never miss a to-do at a particular location. Orderly is designed based on how the human mind visualizes to-do lists, and interacts with users in a way that is natural for humans to deal with to-do lists, combined with the power of iPhone gestures.

The update now includes:

  • Location based reminders
  • Awesome themes
  • Copy lists with simple gestures
  • Updated Graphics

Once a to-do is created, it is displayed on one of three shelves using Apple's bookshelf metaphor: High Priority, Medium, and Low. Users can instantly view all their to-dos, expand and contract them with pinch gestures, edit items, change their priority, mark them as complete, or swipe them to delete. The app includes two full-screen bookshelves, Home and Work, allowing users to keep to-dos posted according to priority and location.

The extraordinary simplicity, practicality, and design of Orderly sets it apart from the many to-do apps available. Having concluded that pinches and swipes are ergonomically more efficient than taps (which require hitting a target button), Tekton Technologies has employed the fundamental principles of human factors to design a to-do app that is highly efficient, instantly informative, and accommodative of the daily needs of real people. With its intuitive gesture based commands, the learning curve for the app and all its features is about ONE minute.

Feature Highlights:

  • Gesture driven interface, allows users to create a to-do instantly, with a tap.
  • Never miss an item, with powerful Location based reminders, that alerts users of a to-do at a particular place.
  • Auto prioritization of to-dos.
  • Recurring to-dos.
  • Flawless cloud sync across iOS devices.
  • Notification and Badge alerts.

Orderly 2.2 is now available at a price of $1.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. Review copies are available on request.

Tekton Technologies (http://www.tektontek.com/)

Tekton Technologies is a software technology company that focuses on mobile application development for the consumer as well as enterprise clients. The company has developed innovative Apps available on the App Store for iOS devices and has a great user base for their Apps. Copyright (C) 2006-2012 Tekton Technologies.

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