Midnight Inbox 1.03 is now available for download with additional support for Processing and speed/stability improvements.
Midnight Inbox helps you work smarter, not harder, by organizing your projects, email messages, files, contexts and tasks so that you can always be on top of your world. Users of Mac OS X Tiger will find its clean lines and elegant typography make it the best in its class for keeping lists and notes.
ind like water.
Specifically, Midnight Inbox helps you: Collect emails, files, calendar and to-do items and notes automatically. Process all of your collected items into to-do items you can actually do when and where you are able. Organize those to-do items into projects you can track easily. Review your lists, projects, and collections to make sure nothing slips through the cracks. Work down your lists with a Zen-like focus.
Creative and committed.
Because Midnight Inbox is 100% Cocoa and is optimized for Mac OS X Tiger, version 10.4, it plays nice with all of the standard Mac applications. In fact, Midnight Inbox is a sort of meta-application, allowing you to organize your data from iCal, Mail, and Safari, yet work with it in those environments you’re already used to. Inbox is a Universal application for both the PowerPC and Intel Macs, incorporating Spotlight, Core Data, and other key Apple technologies.
Get things done.
Above all else, Midnight Inbox is simple. Anyone who has considered implementing Getting Things Done, the workflow described by David Allen’s book will find it completely intuitive. Anyone who just wants to get a little bit more organized can run the application and go.
My original review can be read here