There is a huge selection of new productivity applications being released these days and each one has its own unique approach to target a specific audience. There are tools such as OmniFocus that cater to the high-end GTD adepts and then there’s things like Moredays.
While OmniFocus uses contexts, tags, projects and priorities to help you manage your day to day activities, Moredays takes a much more relaxed approach and spans not only tasks, but contacts, events and notes too.
Moredays aims to be a single resource for the everyday human that is looking for a place to manage the day to day. It is not, and doesn’t intend to be, a fully fledged GTD application. Moredays takes a user-friendly, image rich, approach to ensure the user experience is what matters most. So many GTD apps focus so much on the process that they forget about the user and what they’ll need to do in order to use the application properly.