“The Hit List 1.0 is nearing completion” Says its Developer

A day after the Mac App Store launched, Andy Kim — the developer of my favorite task manager The Hit Listpublished a post about his software on the Mac App Store.

Buried in the last paragraph, the devoted The Hit List fan — who is likely using beta software for over two years now — finds new hope:

The Hit List 1.0 is nearing completion, but unfortunately it didn’t make the cut for the Mac App Store. It and its companion iPhone app have been in a closed beta test for almost exactly 2 months now. The beta testers have been giving me great feedback and they seem to be excited about the apps. There are still a few kinks to work out, but if you are patiently waiting for the pair of apps, your patience will pay off soon.

Over a year ago, Andy posted a screenshot of the iPhone version on flickr which I’ve been waiting for ever since the Mac application made its way to my computer. Will the day final arrive and I’ll be able to sync my tasks to my iPhone? The website to enable the cloud syncing seems to be ready.

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