I currently own Omni Focus Pro (and every other Omni Pro product) for Mac (not IOS), but use Any.do for IOS. I would love to use only a single ToDo app, but refuse to spend $49.99 or $74.99 for an app that cannot even integrate with my Alexa’s shopping list feature. This is something that my wife and I use regularly with Any.do. Shopping lists are an important part of our household task lists. We need grocery items, items from Home Depot, etc. for various projects. While in the middle of something (hands full in the kitchen, workshop, or nursery), it is very handy to be able to speak to Alexa and add an item (milk, butter, screws, plywood, diapers,…) to a shopping list. It is also neat to be able to add ToDo items vocally (with your hands full). Have you ever tried writing or typing while changing a baby?
As Alexa provides 3rd party integrations for shopping list (and applications), why have you refused to support this functionality in your very expensive, supposedly top-end, application suite? Let me know when you do, then I might consider paying an additional $50 for an IOS extension to the $100 application I already own.
Products supporting Alexa and their prices (desktop/web and IOS):
Any.do - $2.99/month for premium (they also have a free version)
Todoist - $3/month for premium (they also have a free version)
For $50 that is 1.5 years of each of these premium services; just over 2 years for $74.99. Why would I buy the IOS version of Omni Focus that lacks this important functionality?
Any yes you can hack anything with IFTTT, but I should not have to use a third-party when I have paid more than $150 (and then $50+ every few years) for software.