Pocket Informant HD – the eagerly awaited iPad version of the popular and award-winning PIM application – is now available in the App Store. Pocket Informant (PI) has been a hit on the iPhone and many other mobile platforms – here’s its elevator pitch:
Pocket Informant® is an integrated calendaring and GTD®-based tasks solution for the iPhone/iPod Touch. Our purpose is to fuse together best-of-class calendaring with best-of-class tasks into one great solution.
My friend Dan Cohen has done a great ‘sneak peek’ post on the upcoming iPad version of Pocket Informant – Pocket Informant HD – over at Gear Diary. Here are just a couple of tidbits from Dan’s post that should be very good news for fans of Pocket Informant who are eagerly awaiting the iPad version:
So how far are we from seeing Pocket Informant for the iPad? Close enough that it has an official name – Pocket Informant HD, and close enough that I am running a version on my iPad without so much as a hiccup.
Pricing will be, in my opinion, quite reasonable. According to Alex, for a short time upon release WebIS will be offering PI for iPad and PI for iPhone for $6 each — a steal! After that they will go to $15 and $13 respectively. In other words, if you have an iPad you would be wise to grab PI HD as soon as it is released.
Check out Dan’s full post for lots more detail and several more great screenshots: http://www.geardiary.com/2010/06/28/pocket-informant-hd-for-ipad-a-gear-diary-sneak-peak/
I just noticed this tweet in amongst all the iOS 4 and World Cup talk. That looks like good news for those awaiting an iPad compatible version of the Pocket Informant (PI) app.
PI is a leading tasks and calendar management for the iPhone and many other mobile platforms. I’m sure it will be a strong and popular app on the iPad as well, and it sounds like we don’t have much longer to wait before we see it.
Pocket Informant – the excellent calendar and task manager app for the iPhone and many leading mobile platforms – should have an iPad version relatively soon. I spotted the tweet shown above yesterday afternoon, and then asked Alex whether there is any (even rough) timeframe for a release yet. Here’s his reply:
Lets hope the rest gets done fairly quickly and we see this in the App Store soon.