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Appigo Releases Todo 3.0 with iPhone Push Notification

Appigo, Inc. [1], a worldwide leader of high quality iPhone applications, announced today the public availability of Todo 3.0 [2], a strategic update to the most popular paid to-do list application available for the iPhone and iPod touch. Todo 3.0 adds support for the iPhone’s new Push Notification Service, which now provides alert reminders for tasks. “After a very successful beta testing period, we’re happy to bring task alerts directly to our customers in Todo 3,” said Calvin Gaisford, President and Co-Founder of Appigo, Inc., “Our initial response from customers has been overwhelmingly positive.” When first released on July 11, 2008, many Todo users complained about one missing feature; alerts. Third-party applications on the iPhone are not able to process information in the background when they are not running. The Push Notification feature in iPhone OS 3.0 allows applications to provide their own online service to send notifications via the iPhone’s network connection. Todo 3 takes advantage of this sophisticated solution to keep users on top of their to-do lists. Todo gives users flexibility in organizing any form of to-do list. With projects, checklists, and task alerts, Todo is designed as a fully functional task management app for the iPhone. Additionally, it provides Wi-Fi synchronization with iCal on Mac OS X via Appigo Sync, a free download from Appigo’s website. Todo also integrates with two popular online task management services, Remember The Milk and Toodledo. Todo Lite 3.0 [3], Appigo’s free version of Todo, has also been updated with the ability to receive task alerts via push notification. Todo Lite offers customers the ability to create up to ten standard tasks and also five subtasks per project/checklist. Todo Lite is currently the only free to-do list iPhone application to offer built-in support for push notification. With a strong focus on customer satisfaction, Appigo continues to build high quality applications for the iPhone. Appigo is in the process of enhancing its other iPhone application offerings to take advantage of new iPhone OS 3.0 features. Notebook [4], Appigo’s excellent note organization app, will gain significant integration improvements with Todo. AccuFuel [5], Appigo’s fuel efficiency tracker for the iPhone, is also slated to receive important updates. Minimum Requirements: Todo 3.0 requires iPhone/iPod touch 3.0 or later. Pricing and Availability: Appigo Todo ($9.99), Notebook ($4.99), and AccuFuel ($0.99) can each be purchased directly on the iTunes App Store. Todo Lite is available as a free download on the iTunes App Store. Appigo Sync is available as a free download from Appigo’s website. About Appigo:Appigo, Inc., develops high quality applications for the exciting iPhone computing platform including Todo (powerful task management), Notebook (notes available everywhere), and AccuFuel (fuel efficiency tracker). With many years of experience in mobile computing, networking and user interface design, the Appigo team focuses on adding polish to its applications for a more enjoyable end-user experience. The products created by Appigo have quickly gained favorable reviews worldwide. For additional information about Appigo and their products, including full demonstration videos [6], please visit their website. Appigo, Appigo Todo, Appigo Notebook, Appigo AccuFuel, the respective app icons, and the Todo 3 logo are trademarks of Appigo, Inc. Copyright 2008-2009, Appigo, Inc. All rights reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod, iPod touch, iTunes, Mac, and the Mac logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Appigo Todo uses the Remember the Milk API but is not endorsed or certified by Remember The Milk. Appigo Todo uses the Toodledo API but is not otherwise affiliated with Toodledo. Contact: Boyd Timothy Co-Founder Appigo, Inc. 801-999-8636 Submit Press Release [7] – IBWIRE Inc [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]

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