Over the summer, I’ve been spending most of my efforts learning iOS development. It’s been a fascinating experience and have come to appreciate just how powerful the iOS SDK framework really is. It’s why I strongly believe that it’s still going to take a while before HTML5/web applications will catch up to the native experience.
As part of my learning experience, one of the first apps I’ve built is called TaskMob, which is a simple and elegant to-do list. It just got released on the AppStore today (be sure to give it a try and let me know what you think )
I actually built TaskMob back in July and never intended to launch on the App Store. But a few weeks ago, I decided why not just launch the app for fun. So I decided to polish the app up a bit with a slick user interface.
The app itself is pretty simple – it’s definitely not one of those power-user task managers with complicated user interfaces and features. Instead, it’s just a simple and lightweight to do list for the average-joe like myself.
TaskMob is free so be sure to give it a try by going to the AppStore. Click here to download
Here are some some screenshots: