The insanely handy task management app Nitro has finally hit the Ubuntu Software Center. And no, you're not misunderstanding: for despite its creation way back in April, it has taken a fair ol' while for the application to get approved, published, and stocked on the shelves of the Software Center..
The slick task management application Nitrotasks has been updated with a raft of new features and improvements. Alongside a new 'linux' theme that respect a users GTK theme comes additional integration with Ubuntu's Unity desktop.
Handy note-taking app NitroTasks has added task syncing support in its latest release. The feature uses Ubuntu One or Dropbox to 'sync' your to-do lists across all of your computers on which Nitro is installed.
The slick task management tool Nitro has added a few new features. APp menu Support, Keyboard shortcuts and even a teasing preview of its long-wanted Sync feature. More details and download instructions sit on inside.
Theming support has landed in the the latest release of our new favourite task/to-do manager Nitro. Eight themes are included in all, with skins for Ubuntu's Ambiance and Radiance themes likely to be of particular interest to Ubuntu users.
New 'task list' apps aren't high on the 'to-do' list of many developers these days; Linux has more than its fair share of them. But the developers of Gradiator are hoping that there is still a little bit of room left to be squeezed out of this crowded market place for their recently launched tasks app 'Nitro'.