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OmniFocus 2 for iPhone

By The Omni Group

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Thank you for your interest in OmniFocus 2! We encourage anyone considering OmniFocus to purchase our universal app rather than this iPhone-only app. The universal app adds new features and is designed for all iOS devices: iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.

The universal app is the same price as this iPhone-only app, but it’s a better deal.

This app is still in the App Store so we can continue to offer updates to our existing customers, and so they can use Complete My Bundle to switch to the universal app without having to pay full price.

If you're a new customer considering OmniFocus, we encourage you to follow the Related Apps links to our universal OmniFocus 2 app (the one with a black checkmark on the icon, rather than this one with the white checkmark).

If you've been using OmniFocus 2 for iPhone and would like to start using OmniFocus on your Apple Watch or iPad, you can use Complete My Bundle with the OmniFocus Universal Bundle to get full credit for your existing investment in OmniFocus. (If you previously purchased OmniFocus 2 for iPad, you don't even need to Complete My Bundle! Check your Purchased apps: the universal update is free.)

If you own this app and have no use for the universal app, you’ll still get major free updates: features such as Dark Mode, Swipe to Flag, and Push-Triggered Syncing are on the way. Stay tuned!

If you have any feedback or questions, we’d love to hear from you! The Omni Group offers free support: you can reach us by email at omnifocus@omnigroup.com, by phone at 1-800-315-6664 or +1-206-523-4152, or on twitter at @omnifocus.

Thank you!

What's New in Version 2.5.1

### iPhone customers please note: If you've been using OmniFocus 2 for iPhone and would like to also start using OmniFocus on your Apple Watch or iPad, you can use Complete My Bundle with the OmniFocus Universal Bundle to get full credit for your existing investment in OmniFocus. ###

OmniFocus 2.5.1 fixes several problems present in version 2.5.

• Share Extension — Project and Context lists now appear in the same order as within OmniFocus itself.
• Crash on Launch — Fixed a crash related to launching the app while background syncing was finishing.
• Crash on Rotation — Fixed a crash when rotating on iPhone.
• Crash — Fixed a crash creating an action immediately after launching.
• Crash — Fixed a sporadic crash related to the project and context pickers having stale contents after sync.
• Crash on Launch — Fixed a crash related to integrating updates from extensions.
• URL Handling — You can once again open omnifocus:///search in all views.
• Search — Fixed Searching “Here” in “No Context”.
• Navigation — The back button now behaves as expected when the app is launched from the Today Extension and was previously showing the Home Screen.
• All Available Actions — Kept this item from disappearing in Contexts lists.
• Localizations — Fixed errors in localization in French and Japanese.

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Customer Reviews

Good, but too costly

I would recommend Omnifocus to anyone in need of a robust task manager who is also willing to burn an inordinate amount of money to get into their ecosystem. It will run you $80-$160, depending on whether or not you opt to unlock additional features via an in-app purchase (it's another $5 if you want custom quick entry on Mac).

But after spending all that $$$, you're not in for good, because Omnigroup will do a new paid upgrade release in about a year. Trust me, I've been doing this since Omnifocus 1 for Mac, iPad & iPhone. Having to spend this much cash so often really makes Omnifocus into an expensive annual subscription service, and not software you buy and get to keep using.

I'm continuing to purchase the product, even with the frequent and costly upgrades because I'm already so invested in the ecosystem both monetarily and in time. However, if you're on the outside and still trying to decide which productivity apps to go with, I recommend that you steer clear of Omnifocus. It will end up costing you a lot initially and in the long-run. OmniGroup is not one of those developers that really cares about providing value for your dollar.

On the other hand, if you've got and will continue to have a lot of expendable income for a productivity app, this may be the app for you. Omnifocus has a good deal of features to organize your tasks by context, project, etc.

Great system, but it's too expensive.

The Omni Group creates beautiful, useful productivity software for the Apple ecosystem. I'm really a fan of the aesthetic and ease of use. That being said, the price you pay is far too high in comparison to the competition.

Because of its price, I considered OmniFocus 2 for iPhone to be an investment. I transitioned my workflow from 2Do (far less of an investment) under the assumption that an application made by such a reputable company would grow with availability of new software and hardware. Instead, the Omni Group elected to adopt a different business model and provide these new features to the universal version of OmniFocus. If I want an OmniFocus extension app for my AppleWatch, I now have to purchase a new $40 app.

I do not have the ability to continue to purchase software of this price. Instead, I'm looking into much cheaper alternatives such as 2Do, ToDo, or Things.

Unbelievable rip off by bad company

I've used OmniFocus for years. After paying to upgrade to a brand new version (OmniFocus 2 for iPhone) last year, now they want their loyal customers to pay another $20 and upgrade to the Universal version in order to use the Apple Watch functionality, functionality that should be included in the iPhone App. I've talked to these guys on the phone before and they are unwilling to give discounts or coupon codes, even for customers who have been with them for years. Sadly, they reward loyal customers with price gouging and have unethical business practices to say the least. I can live without the Apple Watch functionality and the new iPad version and won't be buying anymore of their products. Unless, of course, I decide to buy the Universal version SOLELY in order to write a poor review for the same reasons. Do not buy this product- there are plenty of other options in the App Store.

OmniFocus 2 for iPhone
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  • $39.99
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.5.1
  • Size: 19.1 MB
  • Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.

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