An incorporated extension for Things, the cool, revered to-do app from Cultured Code, brings a considerable overhaul to the total experience in time for iOS 8, and although the improvements have been a very long time in the works – – the Things UI has yet to be modified in line with iOS 7 – – it looks like though the wait has actually been well worth it.

Things iOS 8

Developed to fit Apple’s whole fleet of iOS gadgets, Things is a very easy utility that provides a really incorporated to-do experience. Listing jobs and errands on iOS has the tendency to be a relatively wondrous experience thanks to the wide variety of apps offered such as the really popular Clear, however Things is thought about by numerous as the authority, and with this new extension, Things can, ahem … only get better.

Courtesy of the extension, users will certainly have the ability to paste in notes and such straight from Safari without even leaving the browser, and offered what Apple is doing re third-party widgets and keyboards with iOS 8, it does feel as though the company’s mobile operating system is finally providing the incorporated, practical experience that many have so craved.

The issue with iOS in contrast to a platform like Android, is that no matter how good an app is, it can only scrape the surface in terms of exactly what it can provide a user. We have actually been fortunate enough, thanks to the jailbreak neighborhood, to have had a taste of what an incorporated iOS experience might become like, and while Apple hasn’t entirely opened up its software yet, it’s arguable that iOS 8 is the most essential bump because its creation.

Things 2.5, that includes the extension function, is still in alpha, and so is not yet prepared for prime-time television, but with development well under means and iOS 8 headed in the not-so-distant future, those looking to stay organized through iOS 8 must look no further than Things for their task management needs.

With the iPhone 6 event set up for September 9th and iOS 8 anticipated to show up extremely soon afterwards, the goal is nigh, and we’ll be keeping you in the loop relating to those iOS 8-compliant apps and extensions, so remain tuned!

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