Procraster has just received its first major update, four months after its release on iOS.
Essentially, Procraster is an app that helps you switch from being a procrastinator to being a productive doer. When you feel like procrastinating, just open Procraster and follow the app’s tips on how to overcome blocks to action.
And now, the new version of Procraster lets you get things done with its new GTD-compatible capabilities, enabling you to use the app to manage all of your tasks and projects:
Organize by tags and areas of responsibility
Set due and start date with reminders
Delegate to your contacts
Change status: active/paused/completed/dropped
Sequential and parallel projects
Task and project search
In addition, the latest update to the app introduces Procraster QuickTask, which uses a special algorithm to quickly pick a task for you to start on.
The update also adds the following improvements to Procraster’s Stats section:
Show stats by project, task or area of responsibility
Automatically fit perspective to stats
Area charts (Pie charts available for Singe Project’s Tasks stats)
Compare stats between projects, tasks or areas of responsibility
Show 31 days, 52 weeks or unlimited months in the same chart
Delete All Stats button
Procraster now also features data backup via Dropbox, with support for automatic backup once a day.