Nitro is the best way to get things done. It's simple, fast and powerful at the same time. Nitro also syncs with Dropbox or Ubuntu One. Due to the power of Nitro, you'll never get a "conflicted copy".
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Hi comrades! I was wondering if I should sell my HTC Vivid (Development has stopped for good) and pick up a used nitro off ebay, or should I invest in a Atrix HD, Note, or One X?. I see you guys have some talented devs at work and the Nitro's hardware is pretty kickbutt. So I'm pretty tempted too! :D Thanks in advance btw!
There seem to be two types of to-do list apps: the simple and the expensive. Unless, of course, you’re talking about Nitro. If you’ve looked at high-end, GTD-oriented to-do lists like Things ($50) or Omnifocus ($80), you know how costly such apps can be. If you like the idea, but don’t want to fork out the cash, Nitro is a capable alternative.