I tried Flow when it was still in beta (and free). It’s a beautifully designed task management app, as you would expect from its designers, MetaLab. You can tell that they pored over every detail, making sure the interface and user experience was perfect.
Collaboration is where Flow really shines. It’s built for teams to share tasks, delegate them, and altogether just get things done. While most of its features are similar to other GTD apps out there, this is what really sets it apart. Once you choose who you’d like to share a task, or project with, you can delegate specific tasks to them from the task creation pane. I see this being perfect for small teams looking for a way to easily manage tasks that multiple people need to have their hands on.
Flow offers a web app, a Mac desktop app, and an iPhone app. It also offers an email-in option for creating tasks.
Unfortunately, I think the price will turn many people off.
You can choose $9.99/month or $99/year. That seems a little pricey for the feature set to me, but I know there are those who think it’s well worth the price.
All in all, it’s definitely a solid solution, if you’re willing to and can justify the price.
On a scale of To-Do or Not To-Do, Flow is rated: To-Do-ish