Things 3.0

Complete revamp of the original, award-winning task manager

#3 Product of the DayMay 18, 2017

Never miss a task you need to do with Things 3. It is always easier if you can follow up smaller steps to achieve your project, this is exactly what Things 3 lets you do! It comes with really valuable features like reminders, quick finders, tags, drag-and-drop to-do lists, multiple windows and so much more!

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Reviews

  • Chad WhitakerDesign at Product Hunt
    Pros: 

    Beautiful design. Beautiful UX.

    Cons: 

    Can not share tasks with others.

    I've been a Things user since 2007. Within the last couple of years Things 2.0 started to feel stale, and I found myself exploring other alternatives. Yet I could never end up replacing it.

    Thankfully, Things 3.0 comes out of nowhere with a completely redesigned experience that is fast, beautiful and it allows you to do everything with speed — the perfect recipe for a todo app.

    This app feels like it belongs on iOS 11 even though it was launched weeks before the iOS 11 beta was announced. It's that good!

    You still can't share tasks with others, but the great experience easily out weights that need.

  • Brett GarwoodOwner, Red BAG Media
    Pros: 

    Best GTD Tool, Phenomenal Design

    Cons: 

    Needs Collaboration Features

    Absolutely love Things, and utilize it as my go-to for managing all my tasks personally and professionally. Only issue I have revolve around collaboration features. Would love to fully merge all task management into Things, but cannot do this with collaboration features (sharing, commenting, attachments, etc.)

    Brett Garwood has used this product for one year.

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Niels van Renselaar@nielsvr · CEO at Codely
I always loved Things, but the pricing seems... off. 44 euro's for the desktop version seems a bit much? At first glance it's almost 400% more expensive then other paid task management apps. And that is with the 25% discount. If you want Things on all your devices; that will set you back around 70-80 euro's.
Patrick Thompson@neurohacked
@nielsvr Exactly. At those prices I will bite the bullet and live with Apple Reminders & Calendar like I have been for years.
Parveen Kaler@kaler · Mobile Application Consultant, Smartfu…
@nielsvr I've been using Things 1 and 2 for more than 8 years. Happy to pay $80 for all 3 macOS, iPhone, iPad Apps (and watchOS too). $80 is a drop in the bucket for Apps that I use every single day, year in and year out.
Vojtech Rinik@_vojto · Founder at Median.tech
@nielsvr Just be glad they don't do subscriptions... 40€ is actually very cheap given you're getting it for life... OmniFocus is about $40, Sketch is $100, Sublime is like $50... But come on, these are the things (see what I did there) you need for your work.
Patrick Thompson@neurohacked
@kaler I definitely agree. I'm actually a little envious that I can't justify the cost of Things because it is a beautiful app. I'm just not busy enough to take advantage of all the features it has to offer. I find that Reminders and Calendar work well for my basic schedule.
Lasse Rafn@lasserafn · Developer and creator
@_vojto things (3 at least) seem to not be so focused towards work, anymore 👎🏻 I'm torn.
Francesco D'Alessio@francescod_ales · Productivity App Reviewer
Here's my full in-depth review:
Scott Williams@scottwwilliams · President, Emisare, Inc.
@francescod_ales Great review - it saved me a ton of time from hunting down info on the Things site - thanks.
Francesco D'Alessio@francescod_ales · Productivity App Reviewer
@scottwwilliams that's very kind of you Scott. I do these features for specifically productivity apps and love recording them! :-)
Robert Ozankan@rozankan · Product Marketing Manager, Consultant
@francescod_ales Great Review! Really shows how it works on the Mac and iOS. Well Done!
Francesco D'Alessio@francescod_ales · Productivity App Reviewer
@rozankan Thank you so much Robert!
Troy Christmas@troychristmas · Founder @ TaskClone & RepeatPost
@francescod_ales Great work again! This launch definitely deserved a full review.
Bryan Clark@bryanjclark · mobile @ Khan Academy
This app is gorgeous (on all 4 devices - iPhone, iPad, Mac, Watch) — worth every penny; they've been working on it for years and it's an app you'll use every day. The animations are flawless, and the list-management interactions make every other list-managing app feel like a clunker. I'm hoping they'll open-source some of these animation goodies so others can use 'em! This *has* to be a shoe-in for the Apple Design Awards in June!
Justin Watt@just_watt · Running operations @ MetaLab
Too little, too late, for too much. I appreciate the thought and care that goes in to the design and navigation of Things, but their iterations are SO few and far between. There is no way I can justify spending this much on a suite that won't see another meaningful update for 2-3 years. Additionally, their communication (or lack thereof) about product update timelines (I understand not sharing new features coming, that is fair) is unforgivable when people depend on products like this so much and spend this kind of money. I firmly believe Culture Code means well and they do solid work, but their actions in their communication and update frequency means I can't support them.
Bartosz Bąk@bartosz_bak · ux / ui designer
49 euros for desktop 9 for iphone and 19 for ipad, are you out of your mind guys? What kind of sale methodology are you guys using? Is it better to sell apps for 80euro to 100 or for 30 euros to thousands of people ... or maybe your infrastructure is just not ready for crowds. I would love to use all of your apps but not for this price, sorry!
H.Murchison@hmurchison
@bartosz_bak Cultured Code doesn't typically do annual updates. Say you buy the whole suite...they probably won't have a major revision for 2-3 years.
Vojtech Rinik@_vojto · Founder at Median.tech
@bartosz_bak I honestly thought that by "are you out of your mind" you meant how cheap it is.... Please realize how hard it is to have a sustainable business with one-time fees.
Bartosz Bąk@bartosz_bak · ux / ui designer
@_vojto I'm aware of how business works especially when it comes to that kind of products. With all due respect Vojtech. I think product is overpriced and cutting price a bit would have better impact on sales, basically, you could sell more for a bit less ;)
Stephen M. Levinson@stephenmarklevi · Design @Vimeo @Cameo
@_vojto @bartosz_bak But a users concern isn't how the company sustains it's business. They priced this bc it benefits them, not the customer, which in my opinion, isn't how you treat users.
Pietz Prove@gopietz · Media Computer Science Student
@stephenmarklevi i agree with you. it's not the customer's job to justify the price from the business perspective. $50 for a desktop todo app is expensive. i can easily see that it may be worth it for some, but it's a tough sell nonetheless. that being said i catch myself complaining about subscriptions and now i also complain about high selling prices. maybe i need to rethink my attitude.