10.15.2006

Some recent press mentions

If you haven't checked out the press archive lately, there's been a steady flow of coverage of iPrioritize. Among my favorites:

  • Review on How to Advertise - "I’m particularly pleased with iPrioritize because of its simplistic approach to an equally simple task. I like that Adam has developed an application made to do one thing really well rather than trying to release another multifunction task manager/calendar/scheduling program that’s overly complicated and too cumbersome to use. We have too many of those already."

  • Article in The BG News (Bowling Green's student newspaper) - "New help has arrived to aid college students and businesses to manage their busy schedules instead of the old fashioned technique of making handwritten to do lists. Now with the assistance of iPrioritize.com which launched in June 2006, people can access their to-do lists virtually anywhere they are. People can now log on from their mobile phone and can e-mail lists, print lists, and share lists with others, Adam McFarland, the creator of iPrioritize.com, said."

  • Review on BestBizCom - "Some of the features are unlimited lists, unlimited tasks for each list, web page to share you lists with others, use Microsoft Outlook 2003, recover any accidentally deleted lists or tasks and even allow unlimited business users to view and edit lists. It’s free to sign up. For small businesses there is a $10 month/or $100 a year for this service and that’s a steal."


Thanks to everyone who has helped grow iPrioritize!

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