Best app for mac hands down. Now if I could get it on my iPhone :) Do you have plans?
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Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 01 Feb, 2010 03:01 AM
Thanks for your endorsement!
Yes we are indeed planning an iPhone app: many of us are iPhone fans and can hardly wait. Right now though we are concentrating on Goalscape Online (possible beta release this month). After that are tags and filters, list view and Gantt chart options... and in parallel the iPhone app, which will talk to the server and display current goals. So you will always know what you have on today or in the near future...
We are currently searching for motivated and imaginative iPhone developers - so if you know any, please let us know.
May you achieve great goals!
2 Posted by Tim de Jardine on 01 Feb, 2010 09:52 PM
Thanks for the reply Richard,
Great to hear that you are developing an iPhone app. I too am a fan of iPhone and also cannot wait for the possibilities of iPad. Goalscape would be a killer app on an iPad with the full interface, just imagine the multi-touch manipulation of it! I suspect that an iPhone implementation would be slightly different as you have to cater for many scenarios different to desktop and web.
I can offer services in iPhone application design and development. A little about me:
Currently I work for an iPhone startup, we are in the news reader area, however I have spare time allocated for freelancing.
i am also obsessed with useful apps. I have literally been searching for months for an iPhone app worthy of goal setting on the iPhone. The problem is that there are so many apps trying to be task managers as well as goal setting. There are currently no known apps I know of that have sync & a desktop version.
Take a look at the success of task managers on the iPhone. The most successful ones have desktop clients (Things & Omnifocus). There is a space waiting to be taken with Goal Setting.
Some apps I have created:
For some of my opinions on iPhone app development see my blog:
I think I could help you, we just have to figure out what type of services you are potentially looking for?
Perhaps we should discuss?
Regarding great developers,
Support Staff 3 Posted by Richard Parslow on 02 Feb, 2010 11:26 AM
Thanks for the extra details: yes, we would like to speak to you about your development work so Marcus will contact you soon to set up a skype call or webconference.
I am marking this thread 'resolved'.
Richard Parslow closed this discussion on 02 Feb, 2010 11:26 AM.