Keep Track Of Every Little Thing With EveryThink, Now Updated

Drag, hover, drop your way to GTD.

Drag, hover, drop your way to GTD.

EveryThink, an amazing get-it-all-done-and-in-one-place app, has just updated to version 1.3.1, bringing a host of improvements to an already pretty great app.

The new update adds Dropbox to the already existing Google Drive support, meeting invitations from within the app itself, Siri Reminder integration, and Facebook support, which brings contact photos and Facebook calendar events in automatically.

New usability features have also been added, including a guided introduction to the many features of the EveryThink app, as well as landscape orientation, so you can hold your iPhone the way you want to and still use the spatial organization central to the app’s interface.

EveryThink lets you add calendar events and various documents and data associated with them, like adding presentations, spreadsheets, PDFs, and even voice notes all attached on the specific calendar entry. You use the app with what the developers call a “Drag-hover-Drop” move, which lets you connect all these important things together with the gestural system. A short video from the team explains more:

Keep Track Of Every Little Thing With EveryThink, Now Updated

“I was frustrated by the fragmented support for managing personal information in the mobile environment,” said CEO Yair Grinbergin a statement. “Current digital devices organize information separately by type – rather than by content and use. This approach creates a counter-productive paradigm. EveryThink strives to organize information the way people actually think and work.”

The new interface and integration improvements were created with help from user feedback and EveryThink’s strategic plan to become the best mobile personal information management app out there.

You can grab the updated EveryThink app in the App Store now for $4.99, a cool half off the regular price.

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