Remember The Milk
By Remember The Milk
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Take your to-do list anywhere with this feature-packed app; never forget the milk (or anything else) again. Remember The Milk (RTM) for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad connects with the popular online service of the same name. With millions of users worldwide, Remember The Milk is everywhere you are: from mobile to the web to apps including Outlook, iCal, Gmail, Google Calendar, Twitter, and more. Learn more at www.rememberthemilk.com
"Remember The Milk is a veritable Swiss Army knife of to-do list management." - Lifehacker
• Add and complete tasks on the go.
• Sync with Remember The Milk online (limit once every 24 hours). Great for backing up your tasks and notes.
• Organize the way you want to with priorities, due dates, time estimates, repeating, lists, tags, and more.
• Search your tasks and notes, and save your favorite searches as Smart Lists.
• See tasks nearby and plan the best way to get things done.
• Get reminded via email, SMS, and instant messenger; see www.rmilk.com/reminders to set up.
• And more! See www.rmilk.com/ios for details.
★ Unlimited auto-syncing with Remember The Milk online.
★ Keep in sync with your tasks on multiple devices.
★ Push Notification reminders and badge updates.
(Pro subscription available for In App Purchase.)
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What's New in Version 3.0.3
- Fix issue with password prompt repeatedly being shown on launch.
- Manage your Evernote Reminders with Remember The Milk! Learn more at www.rmilk.com/evernote
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Excellent task management app
I was searching for something that would replace TaskPaper after its developers stopped supporting it for iOS. The only app that comes close is RTM. In some ways it's far superior. The sliding panel metaphor for the ipad works very well and allows you to have an overlay of information about a task as you drill down. The interface is clear and user-friendly. Even without a comparable syncing website it is still, I think, a 5 star app.
The list of positives is long for me: unlimited notes for each task, quick task add anywhere, the postpone feature is nice, you can sync with a website when you are away from your device, search for past tasks is highly customizable, save specific searches for frequent use, tags allow you to search for an item by categories you choose, lists are also great, and you can archive tasks. You can group tasks by location, too, though I have not used that feature yet.
It would be helpful to add pop-up alerts for critical tasks. I would like to see some theme customization ability, though its not essential. The most glaring shortcoming is the website which is hard to read and difficult to use. The yearly syncing fee of $25 is very high. Until the website is improved I see little incentive to consider that upgrade.
Final analysis, its a great task management app. So why is it not listed on the Productivity Featured Apps page? I never see it listed on the Best of productivity lists either. It should be.
Save your $20 - Sorry, so far I'm not a fan . . .
Yeah, I sprung the $20 to be a real pro, but I'm really disappointed in this app. There are some really simple things you can't do. I mostly work on my devices, and the syncing is excellent. I wanted a to-do that would work on IOS and Windows, which it certainly does, even though the web interface is clumsy and difficult to make sense out of. But there are deficiencies which are glaring to me. For instance, if you enter a phone number, it's not 'live', so even though it's in your task, you have to dial it manually. That's crazy, even the simplest apps I have highlight phone numbers, dates, etc to be useful in other functions.
There's also a 'link' to click at the bottom of each list: ...More. However, nothing happens when you click it. I'm left wondering what the "More" is this app will do!
And probably one of the most glaring issues is the fact that you cannot re-sort a list except by priorities. If you have 10 items of low priority but you still want to sort them in some order, you can't.
When you add a task, you cannot add a note at the same time. You must click done, then re-open the task to access the note area and click + to add your note.
I could go on. Trust me, it's not a terrible app or anything, but $20, really? NO.
Versatile List App
I switched over to this List app because the one I was using on my iPhone wasn't available for my iPad. While there are always growing pains switching from something you know and like, I've found this to be a very capable and versatile list program. In some ways it's very robust, allowing you to set due dates and tag items in various ways and the like, although it's so robust that you actually have to do more work to make it simple. For instance, it assumes you want a due date, but if you're only making a list of things to do sometime, you have to specifically tell it no due date for each item in the list. I also like to see my progress visually. Here, it allows you to mark items complete, but it then removes it from the active list and places it in a duplicate list that shows all your completed items. Again, overall, not that big of a deal -- mostly just style/preference. Overall, I think this is a great program with lots of capability. Definitely recommend it.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Jun 19, 2013
- Version: 3.0.3
- Size: 10.6 MB
- Languages: English, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish
- Seller: Remember The Milk Pty Ltd
- © 2013 Remember The Milk Pty Ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
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