Mobile developer EveryThink has announced the launch of its mobile productivity software on iPad, as well as an upgraded release of the existing iPhone app. The EveryThink app combines all of the relevant information from a user’s life, including photos, calendars, to-do lists, documents, and more into one centralized app.
The EveryThink app looks to simplify the way users plan meetings and keep track of data by introducing a filing cabinet that stores groups of information based on contact or theme. Instead of bouncing back and forth between different apps (like Contacts, Reminders or DropBox), EveryThink integrates information from all of those apps so users can access everything in the same place.
When scheduling a meeting, for instance, users can simply tap on a contact’s name and drag them into a calendar slot to automatically generate a meeting with that contact. This drag-hover-drop technology is patent-pending, and extends to all features of the app allowing for quick data manipulation.
By dragging documents and other items into the same calendar spot, users can create hubs of information relating to one specific meeting or event, without having to leave the app.
With the updated version on iPhone and the new iPad app, EveryThink can now pull in data from more sources, including Evernote, DropBox, Google Drive and Facebook. The app also allows for the syncing of data across multiple versions of EveryThink (say, one on iPhone and one on iPad) using iCloud.
Everythink HD is now available for $6.99 on iPad, while the iPhone version costs $4.99. Check back soon to follow EveryThink on AppData, our tracking service for mobile and social apps and developers.