When comparing Pocket Informant vs Firetask, the Slant community recommends Pocket Informant for most people. In the question“What are the best GTD apps?” Pocket Informant is ranked 19th while Firetask is ranked 22nd.
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Pro Getting Things Done (GTD) integration
Pro Manages much more than events
Pocket informant manages notes, tasks, and calendar info.
Pro Integrates with Apple calendar & iCloud
Pro Displays weather
Temperature and other weather conditions are displayed each day.
Pro Projects & checklists
Pro Syncs across all devices
InformantSync ensures that your calendar / tasks / notes / etc. are all synced.
Pro Advanced filtering system
Events can be tagged, sorted by location, priority, or context.
You can use it as a basic organizer or a complex project tool.
Pro Great organizer
Almost everything is provided, from calendar to todo,'s as well as managing lists, all of which is organized via Pocket and syncs perfectly thru all devices.
Pro Time zones and trips
Handles time zones automatically considering declared trips.
Pro Easy and great looking Calendar to work with
Adding events and making them visible between other events is easy. Streamlining your multiple events is implemented very well in this app.
Pro Configurable views
Pro Seven Day side-by-side view puts the next 7 days in an easy to use format
It makes is extremely easy to view and provides great functionality for updates or creating new events.
Pro Calendar printing
Pocket Informant supports printing, meaning that a calendar can be printed after being loaded with information.
Pro Easy to use
Simple enough that a child can easily learn to use it. New tasks are quick and easy to enter.
Pro Many options for timing repeating tasks
Pro Shows only the first task of a project
Keeps the app uncluttered.
Pro Made to match GTD methodology
All of the steps are built into the app with no tweaking needed. For example, tasks can be assigned a context as well as a project.
Pro Excellent customer service
Company responds quickly to questions and is helpful and attentive.
Con Bit complicated for everyone
It is a feature oriented app for the people who love its multiple functions, but those that don't may find it complicated to use.
Con Restricted free version
The free version has many restrictions. The full version costs $14.99.
Con Only available for Apple products
Con High price point
However, a fully functional free trial is available.