☆ One of the highest rated apps on the Mac App Store! ☆

iProcrastinate for Mac is a simple, yet powerful task management application that syncs wirelessly with iProcrastinate on your iPhone, or over the internet via Dropbox.

(The iPhone version of iProcrastinate is available on the iOS App Store.)

iProcrastinate is the ideal task manager for anyone who doesn't want their todo list to get in the way of actually getting things done! Great for anyone who is looking for a mobile, easy-to-use task manager. (Not just for students!) Add birthdays, soccer practice and conference calls, all without missing a beat.

Use a redesigned Calendar to help manage large numbers of upcoming or recently completed Tasks.

"Star" Tasks you want to keep handy, and then view them instantly in the "Starred" Group. Additional Groups can be enabled/disabled by right-clicking in the Subjects area.

Create Tasks that occur once, or that repeat based on a specific pattern. (Daily, every Second Thursday, etc.) Create a high-priority Task for your Chemistry project that's due tomorrow, or a low-priority Task for your workout that repeats every Monday, Wednesday and Friday!

Break complex Tasks down into Steps for step-by-step tracking of your Task's progress!

Relate files on your hard drive to specific Tasks. Helpful when keeping track of multiple documents for a class report or project.

I'm always looking for suggestions and feedback. Don't hesitate to email me if you have questions!

(To sync between devices, those devices must be on the same wireless network.)

What's New
  • Fixed a crashing bug that occurred when syncing to local devices.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the "Print Completed Items" option to show more Tasks than described

  • iProcrastinate (com.craigotis.iprocrastinate.mac) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of The latest version that our users have reported running on their systems is iProcrastinate 1614.

    Operating System: Mac

    Minimum OS version: 10.7

    Copyright: (c) 2014, Craig Otis