Pocket Docket is the easy way to make checklists on the go. I created it after looking for an existing checklist app on the App Store and becoming unsatisfied with what was already there. Pocket Docket is meant to be checklists as Apple would do them.
Pocket Docket makes it easy to create your lists. It was designed to be very similar to sending a text message: tap in the box, type your entry, then hit the plus to add it. The keyboard stays open so you can keep adding more entries to build up your list.
Entries can have a comment, which lets you note some extra details about the entry. Just tap the blue arrow next to the entry to see the comment. You'll also be able to edit the entry from this screen.
If you have more than one device, that’s not a problem! With the DocketAnywhere service, your lists will stay in sync between all of your devices, whether they’re iPhones, iPod touches, iPads, or any combination of them. Even when you’re offline, you can still work with your lists, and the changes will be updated to your other devices when you’re back online.
Pocket Docket was inspired by Tada Lists from 37signals. If you're away from your iPhone or iPad or need to collaborate with others, Tada Lists is a very good web-based list maker.
At long last, Pocket Docket will now sync your lists with all your iOS devices. Through a new service called DocketAnywhere, you can work with the same lists on your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, and any changes you make on one will show up on all the others.
Your lists are stored in the cloud, so no matter where you are, your lists will stay up-to-date. And if you're without an internet connection, no worries! You can keep using Pocket Docket, and it will sync what you've done the next time you have a connection.
If you have an iPad and were holding out on buying Docket because you couldn't have your lists on both, now's the time to buy. Docket and Pocket Docket both work with DocketAnywhere to ensure that you have your lists anywhere you go.
Version 1.2.1 removes the broken settings button that should not have been present in the first place.
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- Oct 26, 2010
- Matt Moriarity
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