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To-do Lists provides simple but powerful interface for tasks management.
To-do Lists features:
- Quick, one-click tasks addition/removal.
- Rich-text editing, in-text links support.
- Seamless iCloud Reminders synchronization.
- DropBox synchronization between computers and To-do Lists Mobile for iOS
- Import/export of to-do lists via text files.
- Printing of to-do lists or mailing them directly from the application.
- Backup and restore of whole to-do database.
- Full drag'n'drop support (make new to-do from web link, file, document, e-mail, or any other text by simply dropping them on to-do list).
- System services support (make new to-do from any text in any application).
- Rolled-up, translucent or floating to-do lists.
- Customized background color, text color, font and checkbox appearance.
- Quick-access icon in system menu.
To-do Lists usage video:
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What's New in Version 1.7.7
fixed accidentally broken compatibility for Mac OS 10.6-10.7
Exactly what you need - nothing you don't
We have tried many To Do apps over the years. Including ones I have paid $50 for, some that were just for me and others were company wide solutions with task assignment. They all failed . They were good too, but fundamentally what we needed is something easy to use that is constantly available and easy to access. To me it is the FLOATING aspect that was most important, plus how easy to use it is. It has just the right features - what I need, nothing I don’t. I’ve since turned on my boss and CEO to this app as well, and after the latest exec meeting where I presented my screen and had it in the corner several others on my team have requested it too!
The only add I would make is the ability to turn an email into a To Do from my mail app - that feature may be there but it isn’t terribly obvious if it is. I liked that in my other app I had a shortcut that would do that.
Call me simple
Yep, call me simple, but a checklist is just what I need. A few words and a box to mark it done. If you need an app that does lists, doubles as a rocket launcher, and makes you lattes, don't bother with this one. The extras this app does have are good since I use a special font designed for displexics, and list "page" colors allow me to know at a glance which one is about what. The fact that the done items drop to the bottom and grey out is nice. My daily list is light grey and I use different type sizes to designate something that suddenly gets more important. Yellow is my working list like grocery shopping. You get the idea. I'm probably missing some of the functionality but I'm just a simple gal who needs a checklist.
Proves less is more
I have other “To Do” programs which are great however to have a quick scratch-pad and a place to put all you “next” items this can’t be beat. While it’s not to say that this doesn’t actually have a fair bit of capability, the simplicity of the design makes it a joy to work with. In particular I find it’s a great way to manage the stuff I need to do today and keep it in front of me. The Dropbox sync also makes me feel secure that nothing is lost.
Great to do list - does what you need without the usual hoops to do them.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Apr 16, 2015
- Version: 1.7.7
- Size: 2.1 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Russian, Ukrainian
- Seller: Mykola Olshevskyi
- © Antlogic, 2011-2015
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later, 64-bit processor