By US Software Professionals Inc.
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Thinglist is your "want to-do" list. A super-simple way to remember things in your personal life.
"A fun way to organize and remember things" — The Verge
"Wonderfully simple and surprisingly useful" — Gizmodo (App of the Day!)
"A gorgeous app" — VentureBeat
"Simple, beautifully designed, and set up to make life a whole lot easier" — GeekSugar
Try Thinglist to remember things like:
• A book your friend recommended
• A new restaurant you want to try
• An idea you just had
• A new album you want to listen to
There are plenty of "to-do" and task apps out there. We created Thinglist for all the things you "want to-do"… to make life a little more enjoyable :)
What's New in Version 1.2.3
Thinglist (finally) has been updated for iOS 7. Enjoy the new keyboard!
Great reminder app!
I don't understand what everyone is crying about. It's a simple, easy-to-use app to quickly organize little notes or to-do lists. Sure the iOS comes with a Notes app but it is essentially a notebook with no filters. If the developer added all the features other reviewers are asking for then the app would be ruined for me by being too feature-rich/overcomplicated.
To the person wanting to have the app open to the filters screen... jeez man, hit the Filter button in the upper left. If one extra keystroke is too much for you go back to a flip phone. Some people should not ave smartphones. These are the same people wanting a developer to make the app just the way they want it just for them, and forget everyone else. Divas... they think they're divas.
Two update requests
I love the concept of this app and so far I have enjoyed using it. I don't mind the graphics and I appreciate the fact that it's not a huge, million-features-in-one app but I'd like to request the following:
I wish that the keyboard didn't cut off the last line of text from sight in longer notes. I can still glimpse when a misspelled word is highlighted but if I saw what I was typing I probably wouldn't have as many spelling errors.
Another feature that might be nice is if I could edit the date of an entry to an earlier date if I initially forgot to add it on the actual day. Along these lines, it might be nice to have a timeline view of your entries in chronological order (not calendar, though, because I feel like that would just make it feel like another to-do/journal app and by God, I already have 3 that I'm juggling to update once every 2.6 years). Cloud view of the different categories could be nice too so that the user can have a quick glance of what s/he has been enjoying or thinking about but if I had to pick between chronological and cloud views (for the purpose of keeping things simple), I would vote for chronological.
Thank you for this cute app, keep up the great work, and I hope it won't be abandoned any time soon!!
I like it
After using this for some months it ended up being one of 3 apps I use for my “Notes-to-Self". Along with Notes and Errands I seem to use this app for products I’ve identified that I need regularly from various vendors. I’d like it if there was a generic subject choice where I could fill in the topic/label. And please change the icon for “Person”. A Hipster, really?
I hate to say how many of these check list apps I’ve downloaded, used for a few weeks and deleted. This one is simple, easy, doesn’t require log in or sharing. A straight forward list app. Nice.
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- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Jul 16, 2014
- Version: 1.2.3
- Size: 6.9 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish
- Seller: US Software Professionals Inc.
- © 2015 US Software Professionals, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.