Any.do - To-Do List, Daily Task Manager & Checklist Organizer
- "A MUST HAVE APP" by NY Times, TechCrunch, PCMAG -
Over 15 Million people use our simple & powerful to-do list to stay organized and get things done with everyone in their lives.
Any.do to-do list key benefits:
- Seamless cloud sync between your mobile, desktop, web and tablet
- Get Reminders - Set one off time and also recurring reminders to stay on track
- Work with anyone - Share tasks & lists with others to get more done
- Get things done more efficiently by attaching sub-tasks, notes & files
Not enough? Here's more:
- Clean and smart design that keeps you focused on your goals for the day
- Update grocery & errand lists, chores, and calendars lists in real-time with your spouse and family
- Add a to-do to the app by email by forwarding [email protected]
- Make your daily to-do list even more useful by uploading files, sound recordings and photos to your tasks from your computer, Dropbox, or GDrive
- Print, Export and share your lists & tasks for groceries, errands, & more
- Syncs with many services to help you manage your day with productivity
Bottom line: Getting things done (GTD) has never been easier with Any.do: the best to-do list app for managing your personal home life, your work life, and everything in between. Why download 10 different apps when you can get all of their functionalities in just 1 Any.do?!
Any.do is a calendar, a notepad, a board for post its or sticky notes, a project management tool for small teams, your daily scheduler, and overall the simplest and most useful organizer you will ever have. Best of all – it’s free for basic use!
Any.do is also great when you’re planning to go shopping at the grocery store. Right there with your to-do’s is a handy shopping list that’s editable as you go and remember more things you need. Forget to buy post it notes? Throw it on the list and add it to your shopping cart if you must, but you won’t need to, since Any.do is your new post it note with alarms for time sensitive reminders that come with you wherever you take your phone!
Planning and organizing collaborative work projects has never been easier. Just like you can share tasks between family members, you can also share checklists and much more with everybody on your team at work. Any.do will help you and the rest of your team stay on schedule so that you can go home at night relaxed, knowing that you had a productive day where you crossed many tasks off of your check list.
Any.do to-do list is free to download and use. Any.do Premium upgrades your experience and gives you unlimited access to Any.do moment, themes, files and collaboration to help you accomplish even more for $2.99 a month or $26.99 a year through an auto-renewing subscription.
Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel a subscription during the active period. You can manage your subscriptions in the Account Settings after purchase.
Most Helpful Reviews
So Far, Great - I’ve had it for just a week. The UI greatly simplifies task management in the way I had hoped other products would. I manage tasks on my Mac, but installed the iPhone app to access them there. So far the sync has been perfect … The speed and simplicity of adding and organizing tasks has led me to use it when normally I would open OmniFocus or Evernote. The difference is purely opening speed and lack of clutter that these other apps (because I have used them for years and Yosemite slows em down) seem to have. Maybe after I’ve used AnyDo for months, it will slow down too. But for now it is my favorite.
Not Ready for Prime Time - I’ve tried on multiple occasions to download the iOS app, as I really like the design and concept. So when I saw the app for my Mac, I decided to give both of them a try. Bad idea. Aside from being bombarded multiple times to “upgrade” to the premium version (I need to like your BASIC version before I’ll even consider this btw—I don’t), the basic functionality leaves a lot to be desired. The iOS app lacks responsiveness (multiple swipes accomplished nothing), and the Mac app does not sync up, even after multiple manual attempts. Lastly, both times I closed the app and re-opened it (in an attempt to force a sync), not only did the app not sync, but I was asked to log in to the App Store again on both occasions. This will be my last attmpt with either app. No thanks.
More Reviews for Current Version
Only Presents Me with Blank Screen - When I open the application, it opens a window that has…nothing in it. It’s blank. White. When I right-click on it and click “reload,” nothing happens.
A little too clean for me - I bought Any.do and the pro subscription so that it would integrate nicely into my Echo / Alexa. I actually regret that decision. I know the trend is huge use of negative space to make a “clean” look, but come on. Let’s have a condensed view so I can see more tasks and more projects in a single view. I highly value efficiency in my user-interfaces, and Any.do is so grotesquely inefficient, it turns me off from using it. I hope the developers know, however, that I’m rooting for them to succeed - I want you guys to make a great product. There’s so much potential here!
Love it! But... - I have used this app on and off for the past year or so, and I was planning on transferring all my lists for assorted places into Any.do to make it the master list. The problem I found was in syncing between the Mac and mobile version. It would duplicate tasks and lists. And when I would delete the duplicate and the task itself, thinking it was the problem, it would delete another task where the duplicate was (if that makes sense). I would love to use it, but this makes it almost unusable for me because of how I use my phone and laptop together so often. I hope this gets fixed soon!
Desktop doesn’t work - Like another reviewer, I open the desktop version and get a blank screen. The phone version is a simple, decent to do list, though I’d like to be able to arrange by more than just “today, tomorrow, and sometime in the futures (like maybe a week at a time???). But for me, the selling point was using it across my phone and laptop as I constantly go back in forth. So much for the desktop part of it! Too bad. It worked before.
Best of the To Do List Apps - I find this iOS and desktop app to be the most natural and pleasant to use of all the To Do List apps clogging the App Store. Easy to create an item, sort it by holding and dragging, and organize into Today, Tommorrow, Upcoming and Someday. The desktop version works fine when you set it up with an email account. Not sure why all the negative reviews. Easily my favorite in the sea of endless To Do List apps.