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WorkFlowy is a beautiful tool for taking notes and making lists. Simple to use, but incredibly powerful, WorkFlowy can help you manage all the information in your life.

Farhad Manjoo, New York Times Technology Columnist, writes ...
″This app is the easiest, best-designed, and most-flexible note-taker I’ve ever come across, and it solves many of the problems I’ve had with other software ... It has become my go-to place for storing and keeping track of everything—not just to-dos and grocery lists, but my ideas for articles, all the notes I gather while reporting, all the tasks I need to do for those articles, and even all of the stuff I’m gathering for a book I’m working on.″

-- Infinitely nested lists
-- Zoom in on any sub-list
-- Tag and filter list items
-- Beautiful interface on your computer
-- Full offline functionality
-- Automatic syncing between your phone, tablet and computer
-- Collaborate with others
-- Add notes to any list item
-- Simply tap to edit
-- Quick expand and collapse lists
-- Mark items as complete
-- Full text search
-- Much, much more

WorkFlowy is like a notepad with super powers. Learn how to use it, you'll thank us later.

What's New in Version 1.2.9

=> Enabling Split Screen mode on iPad
=> Fixing a few iOS 9 Bugs
=> Changing the launch image to the logo.

Bug details: There were a few iOS 9 Bugs related moving an item. Previously, when you did a long tap to move an item, a weird magnifying glass thingy would come up. Then when you finished moving the item, some text would get selected and the text editing controls would come up in a random place. That wasn't cool, and we didn't like it. So, we fixed it.


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