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Award Winning Priority Matrix for iPad is Completely Free for a Limited Time(October 16, 2012)
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
Appfluence announced that they are giving away their award winning iPad task management application Priority Matrix for free for a limited time.
Priority Matrix is an innovative and beautifully designed task management application that helps individuals manage projects and to do lists using the 4-quadrant Eisenhower Method.
The complete Priority Matrix suite, which retails for up to $80 USD, has more than 50,000 paid customers and hundreds of thousands of unique downloads. For a limited time, Appfluence is giving away the $4 iPad application at zero cost.
Typical Priority Matrix customers are influential decision makers in their organizations. Among more than 1000 customers surveyed by Appfluence, 70% of Priority Matrix customers are managers, directors or executives, with a third of them work in 500+ people organizations. Many of these leaders are well versed in time management and productivity improving methods including the Eisenhower Method, GTD by David Allen, Lean, and Six-Sigma.
When asked why Appfluence is giving away their popular paid iPad app, co-founder Hai Nguyen says, Appfluence's goal is to help people achieve their full potential through effective prioritization. Priority Matrix helps you focus on the critical tasks that matter most. Giving Priority Matrix for iPad away for free removes price as a barrier to entry for our customers, and creates long-term value for our business.
About Priority Matrix
Priority Matrix is an innovative task management application based on the popular 4-quadrant Eisenhower Method. The software adds prioritization flexibility, colors and icons customization, and quick email reports. Priority Matrix helps people achieve their full potential through prioritization and focus on critical tasks.
Priority Matrix is a recipient of PC Magazines Top 100 Best iPad App in 2011 and 2012, which calls Priority Matrix a well designed time-management tool that lets business minded users visually organize lists, agendas, and priorities by colors and labels.
Priority Matrix works on iPad, iPhone, Mac, and Windows operating systems, with each platform sold separately. Customers can create a free sync account that connects all their devices and easily backs up their data. Priority Matrix supports an offline mode, thanks to which customers can work without internet connectivity or while traveling, an uncommon feature in this age of web apps.
Appfluence LLC is a productivity software company based in Palo Alto, CA. Founded in early 2010 by technology experts with ties to Stanford University, Appfluence has been invited to showcase Priority Matrix in various events including Stanford Product Showcase, BASES product development accelerator Forge, and the 2012 StartX Campus Demo Day. Appfluence has hosted booths at both MacWorld 2011 and mobile conference AppNation in San Francisco. Appfluence is a StartX company class of Spring 2012 and has active partnerships with several Fortune 100 companies for development of our next generation products. Appfluences philosophy is summarized in the following statement: We are passionate about productivity because we ourselves are subjected to the same modern day information overload you face. We believe that through prioritization and focus, we can work less, achieve more, and live better lives. Copyright (C) 2012 Appfluence LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. GTD is a registered trademark of David Allen Co. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
Learn more at appfluence.com.
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