ThinkBook is great. I've spent significant time (and a bit of
money too) trying to find a task manager for the iPad and have
settled on ThinkBook. The downside is there is no desktop mate for
it. So For certain kinds of tasks I started using Wunderlist. It
syncs well between iPad and Mac but is limited.
Count me as another request for a Desktop version. Thanks for a
Indeed. A Desktop version is urgently necessary to enable the
users to work with all the ideas, snippets, texts and tasks they
created in Thinkbook further on their Mac and integrate them into
As soon as the desktop version is available the tools together are
a very great help for putting your thoughts and ideas into
Really looking forward to it.
But thanks for a great app already....
on 09 Aug, 2011 01:53 AM
Oh, I'm not into AppKit either yet but several of the Mac
developers I follow on Twitter have mentioned that the AppKit
framework in Lion has been updated to be more inline with the more
modern UIKit. I was just suggesting that it wouldn't be as big a
learning curve as you might think. Sorry for the confusion.
I WISH I could be more help because I love taking my meeting
minutes with ThinkBook. It works just like my brain. ;) It would be
so cool to have them on all my devices.
on 24 Aug, 2011 02:27 PM
Windows apps use different programming languages than the iPhone
and Mac platform. Since the programming language for Mac and iPhone
is the same (Objective-C) with only minor changes between iPhone
and the Desktop (Framework differences), most developers start
expanding into the desktop arena by creating the Mac desktop
version first. That's not to say they might not EVER come out with
a Windows version, its just harder (unless the developer already
happens to program in the necessary Windows languages). :)
Thanks for the reply. Maybe someday we'll see it on Windows.
Meanwhile, I am enjoying using it on my iPad...or I should say
"learning how to use it." I still haven't figured out how I "lost"
the same notebook twice without intentionally deleting it. Guess
that's part of the learning process.
Greetings - I agree with many of the comments that we need a
desktop version that syncs with other devices. I have your product
but also several others and finding that you have a great idea but
other products are leading the way in preference because of sync,
multi-platform and multi-product support. I would love to see
ThinkBook step offer the same things. Thanks and best wishes. David
on 23 Feb, 2012 05:41 AM
how about just exporting/importing files that can be edited on
desktop ... e.g. use MS Word with "styles" for each of the note
types in thinkbook This would make it pretty quick and easy to edit
notes and get them in/out of think book
Oh ! I second this ! I'd love to see a desktop version (mac of
course) for ThinkBook !
I was searching for a long time a good systeme tomanage my ideas,
todos and others things and i finally found it in ThingBook ! So
keep up the good work !
I support your projects !