Nirvana for GTD
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Getting Things Done® is all about freeing your mind and knowing your next action. Nirvana is a cloud-based task manager to help you achieve true GTD bliss.
“Your mind is for having ideas, not holding them.”
- David Allen
Nirvana is GTD-ready “out of the box”:
• Capture, Clarify, Organize, Reflect and Engage
• Inbox, Next, Waiting, Scheduled and Someday lists
• Create Actions (to-dos), Projects and Reference items
• Filter by Area, Context, Time and Energy
• Focus on actually Getting Things Done
Your data stays in sync via the cloud, across the web and on all of your devices.
“It's by far the best GTD app I have used (and I've tried them all!).” - Damian Surr
* FREE vs. PRO -- What's the difference? *
Nirvana is free to use for as long as you like, with unlimited to-dos and easy data export.
Upgrade to Pro for unlimited projects, unlimited reference lists, unlimited areas and recurring to-dos.
You can find out more about Nirvana and GTD® on our website: nirvanahq.com
If you have any questions or suggestions, send us a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. You can reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or @nirvanahq on Twitter and Facebook.
GTD® and Getting Things Done® are registered trademarks of the David Allen Company. Nirvana is not affiliated with or endorsed by the David Allen Company.
What's New in Version 3.4.0
This update is all about banishing bugs. Big hugs to everyone who let us know about 'em! We’re still boasting our fresh look, 3D touch shortcuts, quick launch speed and smooth date picking.
And remember, as always... It’s not just about doing more, it’s about doing what matters.
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Great platform for GTD
I searched around and looked at several GTD platforms. I decided to go with Nirvana and so far I really like it.
Apparently most GTD practitioners are Mac users. So many products have Mac-based clients. I’m an iPhone and iPad user but use a Windows PC at work and home. On top of that, I can’t always install software on work computers so a web-based interface was a must. Omnifocus looked great but the absence of a web based component was an issue for me.
In the future I’d like to see some calendar integration. Also, Apple Watch support would be kind of nice. Lastly, some sort of attachment support would be great
Almost Perfect GTD App
Nirvana and Things are the two best GTD apps on the market. It follows the philosophy and execution of David Allen’s book Getting Things Done very well. GTD has been an the best task management strategy for me. I recommend Nirvana, Things, and GTD.
Side note: Nirvana has no Mac or Windows app but works through a browser on desktop. Things has a Mac app but no Windows app and doesn’t work through a browser. If you use Windows, Things won’t work for you. This is why I switched from Things to Nirvana.
Very Impressive, Polished App
As a productivity junkie, I have tried many GTD / task manager apps that are available either on the web or on the App Store. This may be my favorite yet.
Every time I think of a potential wrinkle or potential issue, I am delighted to see that the developers have already thought of it and designed a solution.