An efficient and elegant to-do app
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There is a lot of choice when it comes to to-do apps... annnnnnd this is another. It seems that all these apps never quite hit the nail on the head for users as people always seem to be trying out alternatives and switching to different ones. Personally I'm an Apple Notes kinda guy
I wonder whether it's just the nature of what they are that people get bored with them easily (ie a tool for doing work as opposed to an app based on leisure of some sort) or if people are actually making pragmatic decisions!
Jacques van Heerden
COO at We Edit Podcasts
Majority of app courses teach you how to create basic Todo List apps first. Perhaps it's the way for people to break into the market. As I've always just been a fan of Trello and Apple notes over all the other more fancy software.
Niesha ✌️& ❤️
that's me. I've tried several. I'm not really impressed by Things 3. My favorite was alarmed but it needs updates. Maybe I have tooooo many tasks for these apps.
I find 2Do to be quite superb for my massive projects (e.g., the past three years of law school. For smaller or quicker things, I may go with Sorted, TaskOnPaper, Due, To Do, or Daybreak at any given moment.
that makes some sense!
Looks great. Can't wait for Android. My list of choice, Wunderlist, is being botched by MS, so I'm looking for a good workable alternative. I need either a web version or Mac and Android to make it workable for me.