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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

GQueues finds calling on iPhone

We're happy to announce a new version of GQueues specifically for the iPhone and iPod Touch! Check out the full details here or simply go to www.gqueues.com in Safari on your iPhone to get started.




The iPhone version has already received an astounding response because it, "brings GQueues into your everyday life," so you can check off your grocery list while at the store or add new movies to see right after you watch the previews in the theater. See the featured listing of GQueues in Apple's directory of iPhone web apps.



How are you using GQueues on the go?

15 comments:

  1. Thank you very much for this Iphone version.
    But why not an Iphone App which would have allowed offline utilisation (and why not push notifications) ? At my work and in a lot of my clients building, I have no mobile reception. So GQueues is not as reliable for me in comparison to RTM whereas I think your service is easier and more efficient to use !

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  2. What about support for Opera Mobile?
    Would it be enough to detect Opera Mobile as a mobile browser and offer an option of mobile view?

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  3. I can't get gqueues to work at all on my G1 phone. The site appears to come up, but all I get is the list of categories (work, home, add new), and nothing on the page is clickable, except for "sign out" at the bottom! The categories bar has an "edit" button that I can select -- it appears as if it's supposed to be clickable -- but I cannot click. There's also a "myqueues" button on the top right, which looks like it should be clickable, but I cannot even select that one, let alone click it.

    Gqueues is worthless to me if I can't access it from my mobile. What's going on with this? This is the G1 phone, it's supposed to be the one that gives the "best experience" of all mobiles.

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  4. Come on, developers !

    Anybody out there who can develop an iPhone App for offline work and sync ?

    That would boost GQueues usage !

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  5. What about the OTHER mobile operating systems, eh? There are those of using Windows Mobile, WebOS, Symbian and for heaven's sake ANDROID!!!

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  6. Another vote for real iPhone app with offline work and synchronization.

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  7. Yes, absolutely. Currently I am using ToodleDo in connection with AppiGo. I would definitely change once I have an offline mode. In the supermarket i have not phone coverage but wanna see my shopping list. I am a GTD user ;-)

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  8. I Regularly travel internationally for business. An offline version will bridge the gap and make Gqueues a fully functional part o my workflow. I'd pay up to $10 for this kind of app for sure.

    Great work on the online app, but please help me integrate this into my online and offline workflow.

    Thanks!

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  9. I would love to use this on my iPhone even through Safari, but I am also using my own domain as a Google Apps user. However, I have another user on the same Apps account that can access just fine. When I try to sign in on my device it doesn't even ask for a login, I am automatically signed in as the other user. It works fine on the computers but not on the iPhone.

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  10. An offline version would be great... for Android! I'd pay extra too - I'm already a subscriber for the Pro version... but an Android App would be awewsome!

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  11. Another vote for a native Android app. I need the ability for the app to save my Queues and later synch them with the webapp. I would switch to the Pro version and get rid of RTM if this happened.

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  12. Yes, yes, and yes on the need for an Android app. I have looked at many task management apps. today with two things at the top of the list: 1. Google Calendar integration, 2. native Android app. allowing offline work and auto-sync'ing ability. Satify #2 and GQueues takes the cake! Offline access is a must and that is where RTM is licking the icing.

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  13. Great, so nice work done, I just love it at all.

    android phones

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  14. Another vote for IPHONE app. I use Toodledo but I loved GQueues. I can't change whithout an offline app.

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  15. Despite buying a GQueues Pro subscription, I switched to Toodledo (Pro) precisely because it syncs with many iPhone apps (I use PocketInformant -- it integrates calendar and task list into one app, and really works for me once it is set up).

    I agree GQueues is great, but without syncing to an app -- its own app, or others like PocketInformant) it just doesn't work for me: offline mobile usage, cloud sync, and a web app are musts.

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