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15 reviews

Amazing Marvin is a customizable task manager that is designed using behavioral psychology to help you get more done while feeling less stressed. Marvin separates where you store (Master List) and work off (daily todo list) your tasks and has tons of built-in tools to help you work better.

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  • Bear

    Bear is a beautiful, flexible writing app for crafting notes and prose. It works on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, so you can write wherever inspiration strikes.

    Overall I love Bear. It is beautifully designed. I love the simple interface and the ability to tag notes is amazing. It makes searching …

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  • Agenda

    3 reviews

    Agenda is a date-focused note taking app for planning and documenting your projects. With its unique timeline, Agenda gives you a complete picture of past, present and future, driving your projects forward.

    This app and its developers havw completely won me over. Try it, you will not regret it.

  • Routine

    8 reviews
    Routine (YC W21) combines tasks, notes and calendar into one fast productivity app.
    ⚡️ Capture tasks and notes in one central place
    ⏳ Secure time to work on what is most important
    🔗 Link information to time e.g meeting notes
    Give it a try: routine.co
  • Planny

    3 reviews

    Many people of other todo apps know this problem. You write everything down and forget it. Planny was created to intelligently plan your day and also remind you intelligently, when you tend to forget your daily tasks. It was also created to use all the available possibilities and technologies that Apple offers to create a great experience

    Very good to do list app. Not as advanced as the likes of Wunderlist and todoist but great integration with apple ecosystem

  • Time 2

    2 reviews

    We all know and hate the guilty feeling we get when we procrastinate. With Time 2, that feeling is a thing of the past. To use the app, you add a task like "Tweak Sketch mockups, 30 minutes.” & a brightly colored timer counts down as you work. This timer helps you feel a slight twinge of pressure so you get your work done.

    I wish there were a few more options for organizing completed items or moving items around. For example, I accidentally left an item runnin…

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  • a1284532

    1 review

    Will wait for updates

  • Motion Task Manager

    6 reviews
    Free options
    Motion takes all of your tasks, external meetings, internal meetings, routines, and personal commitments, and builds the perfect schedule for you, like a personal assistant. With Motion, you'll never need to manually re-prioritize things when plans change.
  • Listify

    1 review

    Listify is a free to-do app for iOS that helps you manage your daily tasks, to-dos, GTDs and reminders in one place.

    I love how you can create categories with different colors. Little features are also a nice touch, like the ability to change the time forma…

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  • Dawn

    4 reviews

    Dawn is an elegantly minimal calendar app that aims to revolutionize calendars with integrated to-dos, reminders, and subtasks. It's the calendar for you to manage entire days.

    It makes your existing data beautiful and more approachable. Very nicely done.

    Another nice touch is that it cleverly uses a Reminder's notes…

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  • Makerlog Menubar

    3 reviews

    Makerlog Menubar is a super fast way to log your tasks to Makerlog, right from your menubar 🔥

    Love the ease of use, saves time opening the website. Love the addition of the hotkey. Does not have settings tho, can't shutdown the app.

  • Pulse.red

    2 reviews

    Pulse.red is a powerful time tracker for those who appreciate simplicity. No useless infographics; stay focused on the main things and track your project's time.

    Clear project overview helping you to monitor your company's health and make fast decisions. You will see if the project has gone over the timing budget at any stage.

    If you are tired of bloated time trackers, make sure to try pulse. Very clean and fast time tracker with just right amount of features. Grea…

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  • Day Night

    Day Night is a desktop app that shows you how much time left in percentage. You can keep track of today, month and year time in percentage. In addition to that, Day Night have awake mode, sleep mode and changes the theme automatically according to the day time and night time.

  • newDay Planner

    6 reviews
    newDay reimagines time as you know it, providing a unique way to plan, live, and remember your 1000 minute days in 100-minute-long hours.
    Styled with local weather and astronomical data.
    Builds an ongoing record of your days.
    Navigate with vim-like hotkeys.
  • Planny 2

    1 review

    Planny is your new friend helping you to be more productive. Planny learned everything important from common to do list apps but combines them with intelligence and gamification. Planny is available on iOS, watchOS and macOS

    As a fellow developer and friend I had the opportunity to test the app during the beta.

    Especially on iOS it's really fun and refreshing to u…

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  • Journaly

    The customisable journal app
  • Taskcode 2.0

    On the surface, Its an elegant task planner ... But under the hood, its features a unique data input mechanism that makes tasks entries a blaze with simple codes.

    Taskcode 1.0 was featured by Apple (Prod>USA) and Product Hunt.

    We are back with v 2.0 which is a complete revamp of the original & we are thrilled to share it with the World :)

  • Summit Day Planner

    This is *not* just another to-do list app: Fully-integrated calendar client, events can be completed like tasks, drag & drop tasks and events to the week or month calendar to reschedule, checklists on events, powerful repeat, notes tab and lots more...

  • Sol Journal

    A simple, minimal, journaling platform that works offline and across all devices. It can be hosted yourself and used on web, mobile, or desktop. Designed to be clean, and built with a focus on writing. Inspired by JournalBook.
  • The Quarterly Review For You

    The Quarterly Review For You is a simple way to create space to check in with yourself - in ten minutes or over a number of sessions. Look back over the last Quarter and review where you got to. Then look to the next Quarter and map out where you want to get to.

  • The Learner

    A journal, a notebook, an organiser, call it anything you like. Compared to the daunting blank page of typical notebooks we've added in structure, so you can organise your thoughts based on things you have:


    There are Tips, Prompts, original artwork and a full Reference section at the back for further reading, learning and general mind-bending and enhancing stuff.

    You choose how you use it. Command your own attention and cultivate your own personal path of discovery and action.