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Your infor­ma­tion cloud: in your pocket.TM

Life in the “infor­ma­tion age” often involves hav­ing too much infor­ma­tion to be able to use it effec­tively. Cap­tur­ing, fil­ter­ing, orga­niz­ing, uti­liz­ing and shar­ing infor­ma­tion requires so much effort that there is no time left to derive value from that infor­ma­tion. Most of today’s tech­nol­ogy exac­er­bates this prob­lem because the abil­ity to cap­ture infor­ma­tion has out­paced the abil­ity to orga­nize it. The result is the com­plete loss of the capac­ity to make timely, well-informed deci­sions. Qual­ity of life — which should be enhanced through access to infor­ma­tion — often suf­fers as peo­ple find them­selves adrift in a sea of data.

From our assess­ment of the way peo­ple deal with the infor­ma­tion at work, home, and play, we have observed that cur­rent tech­nolo­gies force them to store their infor­ma­tion in sin­gle, dis­creet cat­e­gories – a way which con­flicts with how they think about that infor­ma­tion. We believe in pro­vid­ing uni­fied solu­tions that are sim­ple to use, always avail­able, and more nat­u­rally sup­port the way peo­ple think about the infor­ma­tion in their lives. This enables them to unleash their cre­ativ­ity, derive bet­ter results from their infor­ma­tion, and give them back time that they cur­rently lose every day.

Our Roadmap gives addi­tional insight into how we plan to move out prod­ucts forward.

14 Comments


  1. Debbie
    Jan 22, 2014

    Inter­ested in Win­dows 8 release of Life­Topix. I recently pur­chased for my iPhone but would really like to use on PC. I have not pur­chased an iPad yet since I had a tablet PC already. Please keep me posted.


    • Team LightArrow
      Jan 22, 2014

      Hi Deb­bie,

      Thank you for reach­ing out to us with your question.

      The Win­dows 8 ver­sion will resume devel­op­ment work as soon as we ship 8.0. We hope to have the Win­dows and Mac ver­sions out in the sec­ond quarter.

      Team LightAr­row


  2. Skip
    Feb 10, 2013

    Can you make the Mac client a full version?


  3. Bill
    Jun 16, 2012

    Hello

    Do you plan to develop a PC ver­sion for Windows?


    • LightArrow
      Jun 16, 2012

      Hi Bill,
      We do plan to develop Life­Topix AirAc­cess for Win­dows, and are also look­ing at a full-fledged ver­sion of Life­Topix for Win­dows 8. We do not cur­rently have a time­frame iden­ti­fied as we have not done enough of the work yet.
      Best regards,
      Team LightArrow


  4. Shaun
    Sep 06, 2011

    Are you plan­ning on hav­ing an android ver­sion and if you are, what is the time frame?


    • LifeTopix Support
      Sep 06, 2011

      Hi Shaun,

      We do plan to develop an Android ver­sion of Life­Topix at some point. How­ever, the tim­ing of that has not yet been determined.

      Once we have a defin­i­tive date for Android sup­port, we will update our roadmap accord­ingly, so please watch that space for fur­ther developments.

      Best regards,
      Team LightArrow


  5. Mary McFaun
    Aug 17, 2011

    Please let me know when the mac client is avail­able. that is how I think, [ Life Topix} and
    cal­en­dars for each part of my life make me crazy, and i miss stuff. L am learn­ing to use life topix. How do I delete errors when I am set­ting things up?


    • LifeTopix Support
      Aug 18, 2011

      Dear Mary,
      Thank you for your ques­tion and com­ments.
      The Mac client is planned for avail­abil­ity in Sep­tem­ber. It’ll work with the 3.0 ver­sion of Life­Topix (also planned for Sep­tem­ber).
      When you cre­ate an item (project/task/trip/note/category .. etc.) that you no longer wish to keep, you can delete it from its detail view (which has a trash can icon for delet­ing). The detail view is acces­si­ble either by tap­ping on an item name, or tap­ping on the blue cir­cle (>) icon to the right of it, when that icon is avail­able.
      Best regards,
      Team LightArrow


  6. Lee Meinhardt
    Aug 06, 2011

    Any plans to develop a ver­sion for OSX? Sure would be nice to inte­grate one’s entire dig­i­tal life…

    Also, any thoughts about import capa­bil­ity? Lots of the infor­ma­tion, par­tic­u­larly the “Mas­ter File” data like banks or web book­marks already exist in one form or another on many folks’ devices.

    Great prod­uct, well-implemented. Keep up the good work!


    • LifeTopix Support
      Aug 06, 2011

      Hi Lee,
      Thanks for your ques­tion. And also for the com­pli­ments!
      In a month or so, along with our 3.0 ver­sion, we plan to release a client on the Mac for Life­Topix for eas­ier data entry from the Mac into Life­Topix. We are very excited about it, and we expect it to evolve into address­ing the need you brought up.
      We do import var­i­ous data items via CSV files, such as tasks, lists, activ­ity logs, etc. We plan to extend that to do addi­tional imports in more top­ics, includ­ing Finances. We’d love to hear from you some exam­ples of the kinds of things you’d want to import in the Finances topic.
      Best regards,
      Team LightArrow


      • Lee Meinhardt
        Aug 07, 2011

        I would be very inter­ested in a Mac client… do you need any beta testers?

        I am play­ing around with the import capa­bil­i­ties and will com­ment on that later.


        • LightArrow
          Aug 08, 2011

          Lee, we’ll see if there is a way to pro­vide the mac client for beta test­ing. Unfor­tu­nately, it goes with the 3.0 ver­sion of Life­Topix on the devices, which can only be made avail­able via the App Store to our users. Also, our plan is to make the Mac client avail­able via the Mac App Store. In any case, we expect these to be gen­er­ally avail­able within a month, and we plan to improve and evolve quickly with user feed­back.
          Look­ing for­ward to your feed­back after you have used the import fea­tures.
          Best regards,
          Team LightArrow

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