To Due Or Not To Do?
Apple’s Reminders app works well enough for most Mac users, and it usually syncs up OK with Reminders on iPhone and iPad.
To Due comes with just a few more features to justify the price tag (free on the Mac, 99-cents on iPhone).
The app resides in the Mac’s Menubar so it’s easily accessible from within any other app.
It syncs automatically with iCloud so there’s no configuration required. Tasks you setup in To Due can be organized by urgency and priority.
I like the use of colors for Due Today, Due This Week, Due in the Future, and for Completed tasks.
When tasks are due they’ll pop up in Notification Center. The check mark turns red for tasks that are overdue.
Viewing tasks on either the iPhone or Mac version requires nothing more than a tap to open the app (iOS), or a click in the Menubar (Mac).
That makes To Due a very useful app for Mac users who also carry an iPhone. Dates for tasks are easily selected with the calendar pop up, and task priority can be adjust easily. I would like to see an archive of finished tasks that go back a month, or six months, or even a year (I like audit trails), but it’s hard to complain about what To Due does and what it costs.