OmniFocus 3

OmniFocus 3

By The Omni Group

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2018-05-30
  • Current Version: 3.2.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 164.09 MB
  • Developer: The Omni Group
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 11.3 or later.
Score: 4
From 565 Ratings


Two-week free trial! OmniFocus Standard and Pro are in-app purchases, with discounts for people who bought earlier versions of OmniFocus for iOS. Or you can get OmniFocus for iOS, Mac, and web for just one price with the OmniFocus Subscription. Download the app for details. Use OmniFocus to accomplish more every day. Create projects and tasks, organize them with tags, focus on what you can do right now — and get stuff done. OmniFocus — now celebrating 10 years as the trusted, gold-standard to-do list app — brings unrivaled power and flexibility to your iPhone and iPad, making it easy to work the way you want to work. OmniFocus manages everything in your busy life. Use projects to organize tasks naturally, and then add tags to organize across projects. Easily enter tasks when you’re on the go, and process them when you have time. Tap the Forecast view — which shows both tasks and calendar events — to get a handle on your day. Use the Review perspective to keep your projects and tasks on track. Then let our free syncing system make sure your data is the same on all your iOS devices. (And on OmniFocus for Mac and Web, available separately.) Because your data is encrypted, it’s safe in the cloud. STANDARD FEATURES (VIA IN-APP PURCHASE) • NEW: Tags add a powerful additional organizing tool. Create tags for person, energy level, priority, location, and more. • NEW: Batch editing lets you set due dates, tags, and other data for multiple tasks all at once • NEW: Flexible inspectors allow you to show only the features you use, and reorder them so your favorites are where you want them • NEW: The Forecast view shows your tasks and calendar events in order, so you can better see what’s coming up in your day • NEW: Enhanced repeating tasks are easier than ever to set up — and they work with real-world examples such as the first weekday of the month • Syncing supports end-to-end encryption so that your data is safe wherever it’s stored, on our server or yours • Attachments — graphics and audio — add rich information to your tasks • View options let you customize each perspective by deciding what it should show and how it should filter your tasks • The Review perspective takes you through your projects and tasks — so you stay organized • With Siri support you can add tasks just by talking • OmniFocus Mail Drop adds tasks via email and works with services like IFTTT and Zapier PRO FEATURES (VIA IN-APP PURCHASE) • Custom perspectives help you create new ways to see your data by filtering and grouping projects and tags. NEW: The filtering rules are simpler to use while being more powerful than ever, letting you combine rules with “all,” “any,” and “none.” You can also choose any image to use as your custom perspective’s icon, and a custom tint color to go with it. • NEW: Today’s Forecast can include items with a specific tag, and you can reorder those tasks however you choose, so you can plan your day better • The customizable sidebar and home screen lets you organize your perspectives the way you want to, for super-fast access OPTIONAL SUBSCRIPTION INFO Pro features in this edition of OmniFocus can be purchased via the OmniFocus Subscription, which gives you access to OmniFocus on iOS, Mac, and the Web on a monthly or yearly basis. Subscriptions include a 2-week free trial for first time subscribers. If you are re-subscribing, payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period, at the monthly or annual rate at which you subscribed. You can manage your subscription by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Terms of Use: Privacy Policy:




  • No readonly mode

    By WillyShark!
    I bought a license for Mac, but can’t ever read it from ios
  • Irreplaceable

    By FM_M
    I use OmniFocus for deep project tracking, and it’s positively irreplaceable. For a long time I thought I needed to pick one to-do manager for everything, and I tried to pick The Perfect One... and then try to shoehorn everything into it. I finally realized that the right tool for the task sometimes means similar tools - hey, I have 3 different sized needle-nosed pliers in my toolbox, why not the same idea in software? I use OmniFocus for work projects; from overview to unlimited detail, I can see what I need when I need it. I can jot things quickly on my phone when they occur to me, and then organize them later on my Mac, and it all syncs perfectly and instantaneously. With the Pro purchase (well worth it to me), I use custom views and add client logos to their project views to make zeroing in on them easier. And to keep from being overwhelmed when actually working, I can easily use the Focus tools to see and stay in just the parts I’m working on today. Overall, it’s a fantastic tool. There’s more complex elements that I just don’t care about (due dates, dependencies, stuff like that), but they’re easy to just ignore; OmniFocus doesn’t force me to work their way, they let me work my way. Great company, great history, great tools. 5 stars.
  • No longer supporting scumbags

    By Moshfosh
    After a nearly $50 upgrade after each update you want to start charging a subscription fee? I think I’d rather bite the bullet and take the highly cost saving subscription from Todoist. Your service has become laughable at this point. I’d call you a joke but I’m not sure you understand what a punchline is at this point.
  • Part of my every day existence for years

    By Bone +2, +3 vs Yorkies
    I use this iOS version as well as the Mac version. It’s been part of my every day life for many years. I am not a hard core GTD person by any stretch, but I read the book once many years ago and have held on to some of the ideas. That and OmniFocus and it’s really helped me stay on top of things. It’s very open ended yet intuitive. Recommended.
  • Awesome app!

    By puppya
    I love this app and hope you continue to make it user-friendly to VoiceOver users.
  • OmniFocus is Life Giving!

    By Sean O'Donoghue
    OmniFocus is by far the most beneficial app on my phone. It allows me to worry less and do more. It helps me sort thoughts, organize, and move them to actionable steps. At the surface it may seem complicated but this is the best process I’ve found to help me get things done and I believe you will too!
  • Not for screen reader users

    By tbabinszki
    Until the previous version this app was an example of how to make something usable for people with visual impairments. Screen reader usability was broken so bad in this version that it is no longer possible to add all features of a new action. It forced me to find another productivity tool.
  • Best to do app - I’d love better calendar integration

    By 333M333
    I’ve tried every single task management app that exists for iPhone or Mac. OmniFocus is the best, especially now that it supports tags. The ability to set start dates rather than (or in addition to) due dates also makes a big difference. You can also set reminders independently of whether and when you set a due date. My only complaint is that the calendar integration is lacking. The app’s forecast view is really limited. There’s no way to way to view OF tasks in a calendar app.
  • killer app

    By RoosterLove
    excellent project management app.
  • Falling behind

    By Finson331
    This was the app to have. No longer, it isn’t keeping up. Part of the GTD method and just life in general is delegation. And yet there is no way to share todos, or to see when someone has accomplished said task. So you might think, fine I will use OF3 for personal tasks and another for delegated tasks except they have killed the calendar sync feature. So I can not use a master calendar with various todo managers all in one place. Ultimately it is just an overpowered version of clear.