iPhone To Do List?

thegasguru

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Does anyone know if the iPhone has a To Do List on it? I tried a search (which kept denying me because the words "to" and "do" are too short :), but no luck.

I'm coming from a long line of converged PDA devices, and in some ways the iPhone will be a step back for me. I've got lots of info stored on my BlackJack (and the Q, Treo, et. al. before that) in Word files, pdfs, docs, and third party apps (medical databases, etc.). I use my PDA every day to manage my calendar and my tasks...without a to do list, I'm not sure I see the point of having such an expensive device.

Also, I guess I could find a way to get the Notes function on the iPhone to serve as a repository for all my lists of info, if I have to, but only if it will sync with my desktop in some way. No way am I going to fumble-thumb type mountains of info on the iPhone keyboard, even if does turn out to function better than I'm expecting.
 

ColsTiger

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Does anyone know if the iPhone has a To Do List on it? I tried a search (which kept denying me because the words "to" and "do" are too short :), but no luck.

I'm coming from a long line of converged PDA devices, and in some ways the iPhone will be a step back for me. I've got lots of info stored on my BlackJack (and the Q, Treo, et. al. before that) in Word files, pdfs, docs, and third party apps (medical databases, etc.). I use my PDA every day to manage my calendar and my tasks...without a to do list, I'm not sure I see the point of having such an expensive device.

Also, I guess I could find a way to get the Notes function on the iPhone to serve as a repository for all my lists of info, if I have to, but only if it will sync with my desktop in some way. No way am I going to fumble-thumb type mountains of info on the iPhone keyboard, even if does turn out to function better than I'm expecting.
Well it syncs with Outlook so any tasks from outlook would be set on the phones' calendar.
 

Standog

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As well as iCal which has To Dos which are converted tasks if you sync with Outlook. I don't see why it wouldn't continue to support that.
 

wjp09

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I saw an app for this, It was the shopping list one but you could manually add stuff to it.
 

JackBauer

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Well, you could probably use the Notes program that may sync to stickies.