I still don't understand why all the leading mobile operating systems (namely: iOS, Android, WP7… [OK, maybe it's funny to call WP7 a leading OS with something like 2% market share…]) ignore exchange tasks and support only emails, contacts, calendar (and sometimes notes).
Hey, big guys, haven't you noticed that the first thing people are looking for is a 'Todo' list?
In fact, the only mobile OS to support it OOTB is BlackBerry, where the tasks list is automatically synced with the Exchange.
Anyways, after finding a nice WP7 app to work with Exchange/Outlook Tasks, here's something good for iOS (iPhone and iPad).
TaskTask and TaskTask HD are 2 applications that will synchronize your exchange tasks directly with your iDevice (iPhone, iPod, iPad, iWatch, iSpeak, iBuckle, iRing, iNeck).
The layout of those apps is decent, nothing special about the UI, but the important thing is that they both have a simple way to add tasks quickly using free text (using "return" to create multiple ones), as well as a "traditional" way to add the task with due dates, notes, and all of those fields that most of us don't really need…
Bottom line: essential app if you are using Outlook Tasks and want to be able to view, modify and add new ones directly from your iPhone or iPad.
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