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OmniGroup overhauls OmniOutliner, OmniFocus and OmniPlan for iOS 7

Megan Lavey-Heaton, @savvyliterate
September 19, 2013
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The OmniGroup has overhauled its iOS apps for the iOS 7 release, including creating a completely revamped OmniFocus on the iPhone that is just a joy to use. OmniOutliner 2 adds a number of keyboard shortcuts and a redesigned Doc Picker, as well as new templates. The Doc Picker makes its way over to OmniPlan 2 as well and adds an in-app purchase for importing Microsoft Project files.

For those who have had their OmniGroup apps from day one of their original release -- for me, that would be going all the way back to 2008 -- you will have to make a new purchase in order to upgrade. OmniFocus 2 for the iPhone is US$19.99; OmniOutliner 2 for iPad is $29.99; and OmniPlan for iPad is $59.99. The older versions of these programs have been removed from the App Store.

I've been testing all three of these apps for the past week and will be presenting reviews on each within the next week.

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