Things Cloud Sync Beta Extends to iOS Just After Duke Nukem Forever Release

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Cultured Code announced at the beginning of this week that they’re finally extending their cloud sync beta to iOS devices ‘to a core group of testers’.

As before, we’ll increase the testing pool gradually as we go.

Cloud sync is a feature that’s been available in other iOS task management apps for ages now. Cultured Code have blogged in the past about how challenging it is to get this sort of sync right, but by now the speed of their beta progress makes Google’s approach to betas seem blazingly fast.

Their latest blog post announcing the beta ‘progress’ doesn’t mention a month / year / decade when the feature might actually be released to Things users.

As much as I used to love Things, waiting on this feature became ridiculous to me and I switched to OmniFocus for iPad back in June. I couldn’t be happier with the switch.

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Patrick Jordan

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