Most of us are probably after the same things in a reminders or to-do list apps. So simple it’s usable. Powerful enough to make a difference. And low learning curve and low price tag. If Apple’s own Reminders and Calendar are too much or not enough, check out this app.
To-do Lists, Or Not To Do
Apple gives OS X and iOS users plenty of useful apps and they’re built in to the price tag of each device.
There’s Calendars for events and Reminders for, well, reminders. What neither app does particularly well is simple to do lists.
That’s where To-do Lists comes in. It runs on Mac, iPhone, and iPad. It’s obvious in its simplicity.
Yet, it balances the ease of use in Reminders and sets up to do items like Calendar. All from one app that’s easy to use, therefore usable.
Alright. What does To-do Lists do? One-click tasks. Add or remove. Syncs with Dropbox to the Mac from iPhone or iPad. Simple like Stickies. Syncs with Calendar and Reminders between devices.
To-do Lists resides in the Mac’s Menubar so it’s always available regardless of the app you’re using at the moment. One click gets you a to do list item (and, once click to delete an item that’s completed).
Each to do item can also have an alarm and a reminder. To do lists can be printed or shared via email. All the to do items or tasks can be backed up and restored.
To-do Lists lets you customize the lists with background color, text color, font, and checkbox appearance, but you can also roll up a list, make it float, and make it translucent.
Using To-do Lists is intuitive, too. New items can be made from a website link, a file, a document, email, or anything else– just drag and drop onto To-do List.
To-do Lists fits perfectly for people who find Calendar too cumbersome for to-do items and Reminders not really powerful enough, yet it works well on Mac, iPhone, and iPad. You’ll be more productive and efficient within minutes. You’ll spend more on coffee than on both Mac and iOS versions of To-do Lists.