Developer: Qrayon, LLC

Current Version: 1.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 219.7 KB - Download


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QDo is the simple App that helps keep you focused on your next task, and puts your to-do queue a click away.

QDo lets you store your to-do list in a simple text file using a flexible format. You can group tasks into milestones, and enter time estimates for your tasks.

QDo monitors changes to your to-do file and automatically computes the total time and number of tasks remaining. You can always see your task summary and very next task from a light-weight menu icon. Click on the next task to open your to-do file.

We're productivity junkies here at Qrayon. We've tried dozens of different to-do Apps and systems, and have found that nothing beats the simplicity and flexibility of using a plain 'ol text file for managing our tasks. We built QDo for our own use and have found it so useful that we decided to make it available to everyone.

Please let us know what you think. We hope you enjoy using QDo!


Release Notes:

Added link to tips & tricks.

Fixed a bug: Intermittent launch errors on certain versions of Snow Leopard.

BTW - Thanks for all your great feedback! If you like QDo, please rate it in the App Store. We really appreciate it!


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.1
Review by omgitskevkev

Not user friendly - Instead of using this application I can just use my text.edit and make a schedule for myself. Not worth downloading

Found helpful by 7 out of 8 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.1
Review by manneedstime

Too bad - Yeah, I'm sorry guys, but this is not helpful. I was optimistic even after reading the bad reviews, because I wanted something simple. But this is ridiculous. Even after editing the file it still says "Install backyard sprinklers" from the template file. Also there's no way to see the next task without opening the file, putting an "X' in front of the file, and saving it -- which negates the necessity to even look at the fancy toolbar thingy. Waste of time.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people