Developer: Jonathan Clark

Current Version: 1.02

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 3.6 MB - Download


Make a quick list of things to do, a shopping list or a packing list. In fact, any old list!

It is very simple to use, just type in what you need to do and press the Enter key. The to do is added to the top of the list. You can bring to do's back to the top of the list by right-clicking them and selecting "Bring to top" from the menu.

The app resides in your menu bar (usually top right area of your screen) and can be accessed by clicking on its icon. Next to its icon is shown the number of to do’s (this can be either all or uncompleted).

* It is not a reminder app, there are no alerts.
* It is not a GTD app, it is not designed to organise your day.
* Please read the manual before misunderstanding how the app works. The top drop-down decides what category a new to-do will be created in, and the bottom determines what categories are displayed in the list.

Please note: Issues posted to the reviews cannot be addressed. If a problem should arise with the application please use our support email.


Release Notes:

Added "set category" to right-click popup menu.
Window can be re-sized smaller than previously.
New menu bar icon.
Various behind the scenes improvements.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.00
Review by Mr.Higgs

did the designer use this first? - In short: I'm very disapointed in this application. True, it's very simple ... but TOO simple. There is no way to reorder the tasks except sent a task to the top again. You can't put the tasks in any particular order. I don't know about you ... but my day does not unfold that way. I need to be able to reprioritize. The UI is strange too. Two drop downs that seem to do the same thing ... but don't and you can't resize the window. THAT is really strange. I say "Pass on this one". I wish I had.

Found helpful by 14 out of 14 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.02
Review by uyjryoloy

Garbage - Downloaded app. Does not even show up in iCloud. Yet, I can make dandy checklists on my Mac….they do little use as I cannot carry my computer around at work. Will not sync to iphone or ipad. Save your $2.99 and buy a 97 cent notbook at the store.

Found helpful by 6 out of 7 people