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ActionComplete Launches GTD Toolkit for iPhone to Help Users 'Get Things Done' on the Go

CENTREVILLE, Va., Dec 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ActionComplete LLC announces the release date of a new product - ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for iPhone. ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for iPhone will be available on the App Store on January 8, 2013.

ActionComplete GTD Toolkit allows a user to easily manage his or her tasks from a mobile device or an Internet-connected computer. The tasks automagically synchronize between all the user devices in near real-time. A user can access his or her tasks via a browser, from an Android phone or tablet, and, come January, from an iPhone, and iPod, or an iPad.

About ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for iPhone

ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for iPhone brings what users come to expect from a great iPhone application. It's fast, robust, and intuitive.

ActionComplete in-house development team carefully considered the capabilities of the most advanced Apple mobile platform (iOS 6) and skillfully leveraged them to deliver an intuitive and responsive user experience designed to minimize the time spent on task management and allow the user to focus on actually getting things done.

To view screenshots of ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for iPhone please visit

About the Concepts Used in ActionComplete GTD Toolkit

ActionComplete is based on David Allen's Getting Things Done methodology.

At the core of ActionComplete is management of four types of tasks: Actions (next actions in GTD parlance), Waits (Waiting for), Projects, and Ideas (Someday/Maybe).

The tasks can be assigned three types of metadata: tags, people, and places. Together the metadata form a context that can be easily filtered upon.

People are Google Contacts and the contact record linked to a task can be readily accessed from ActionComplete for Android. People are currently not accessible in the iPhone application.

Places in ActionComplete allow to attach location context to the tasks. The Android app offers advanced features related to Places.

About Currently Available ActionComplete Products

ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for Web is a rich Internet application. It features sophisticated user interface characteristic of desktop applications while being available via a browser from any Internet-connected computer, notebook, netbook, or tablet.

AC for Web is provided as a service with an annual subscription fee of $19.99. When a user first signs in to the application, they are issued a license that allows access to the full product for 7 days.

ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for Android is available on Google Play Store and provides ActionComplete functionality on the go. It leverages a number of smartphone hardware capabilities, such as location awareness and voice input, to enrich user experience and provide unique application features. ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for Android can be purchased for $4.99.

ActionComplete mobile apps can be used as standalone applications or together with ActionComplete for Web.

To learn more about ActionComplete GTD Toolkit please visit

About ActionComplete LLC

ActionComplete LLC develops and markets ActionComplete GTD Toolkit - a cross-platform suite of productivity applications based on David Allen's GTD methodology. ActionComplete LLC is based in Centreville, VA.

This press release was issued through eReleases® Press Release Distribution. For more information, visit

SOURCE ActionComplete LLC

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