For those who might not have seen this on our blog…
OmniFocus for the Web is now available!
This browser-based companion app to OmniFocus for Mac and iOS includes the core features: you can add new tasks, check things off, view your projects, tasks, and tags, and more.
It’s especially great for people who need to use a Windows or Linux machine — or a Mac where they can’t install software — for part of the day. This first release is designed primarily for use on desktops and laptops, rather than touch devices, though we may make it better on touch devices in the future.
As a companion app, it requires that you’ve installed OmniFocus 3 for iOS or OmniFocus 3 for Mac.
You may notice that it looks much like OmniFocus 3 for the Mac. That’s by design — it makes it familiar to people already using OmniFocus.
OmniFocus for the Web is available via a subscription from our online store. There are two options:
Web Add-on subscription: $4.99/month or $49.99/year
This is best for people who plan to purchase (or have already purchased) the native OmniFocus apps separately, minimizing ongoing subscription costs.
OmniFocus subscription: $9.99/month or $99.99/year
This subscription is for the Web edition and for OmniFocus Pro for Mac and iOS — all three apps in one subscription. This is a great option for people who haven’t already purchased OmniFocus for Mac or iOS and would prefer to pay for everything with one simple subscription.
As always, our Support Humans are ready to help!
If you have questions about subscriptions, read OmniFocus for the Web Subscriptions.
If you have questions about security and encryption, read OmniFocus for the Web: Encryption on Inside OmniFocus.
Technical details for the curious
We’ll be publishing more technical details about OmniFocus for the Web — but, for now, listen to (or read the transcript of) The Omni Show episode: How We Built OmniFocus for the Web. Spoiler: the servers are Macs, and they’re running the same code that runs on the Mac and iOS editions of OmniFocus. :)