Three.do is a revolutionary reminders app that redefines how you remember small tasks.
To add a reminder, tap three hints: the who, the what, and the when. This is faster than typing, faster than OK Google, is perfectly enough to remember the task in short term, and is something you’ll quickly learn to do instinctively.
Usually all todo apps have a really tedious process of task and todo adding. This is why I'm not using them, mostly. In Three.do that's totally not the case. You can create a simple todo in a blink of an eye! Or even faster, I guess. Totally recommended.Dominik Levitsky has used this product for one day.
Try using it as real todo app and you fail within a day
I’m not big fan of Early access, that was widely promoted by Steam. This app is just it. It is more or less proof of concept. The USP is the way you add tasks — you click on tiles. You end up with the very same basic list of todo’s offered by tons of other apps. And some of them do that fairly better. There are ways to make waves in this category, but this is not it (at least with current state). Novelty of adding tasks wears of quickly, and becomes cumbersome within a day. There are no unique features, like delegation, position based alerts, cal or email integration, AI... anything really.
But you sure can already buy fairly expensive lifetime licence and pay for features that might not ever see the light of the day. Todoist needed years and team of people to make solid app — and this is solo dev that is more likely to crumble than succeeded. I personally feel, that this thing wont be around in a year, considering the todo app space saturation, willingness of android people to pay and lack of solid plan besides promises.
Good luck nevertheless, I’d love to be proven wrong.Pierre LeBaux has used this product for one day.