Current Version: 1.7.7
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 2.1 MB - Download
To-do Lists provides simple but powerful interface for tasks management.
To-do Lists features:
- Quick, one-click tasks addition/removal.
- Rich-text editing, in-text links support.
- Seamless iCloud Reminders synchronization.
- DropBox synchronization between computers and To-do Lists Mobile for iOS
- Import/export of to-do lists via text files.
- Printing of to-do lists or mailing them directly from the application.
- Backup and restore of whole to-do database.
- Full drag'n'drop support (make new to-do from web link, file, document, e-mail, or any other text by simply dropping them on to-do list).
- System services support (make new to-do from any text in any application).
- Rolled-up, translucent or floating to-do lists.
- Customized background color, text color, font and checkbox appearance.
- Quick-access icon in system menu.
To-do Lists usage video:
http://youtu.be/5KB-4sYcelo (or http://youtube.com/AntlogicCompany )
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If you have any problems or questions using To-do Lists - visit our support forums at http://www.antlogic.com/forum/
fixed accidentally broken compatibility for Mac OS 10.6-10.7
Most Helpful Reviews
Great ToDo App!!!!! - I have tried nearly every todo app on Mac and this one is great. I still use OmniFocus for my big, large, complicated task managment software, but this is by far the best simple checklist app of choice. The interface is very nice and simple and the sync with iCal is phenomenal. I use BusyCal on desktop and Reminders in iPad/iPhone. This app now gives me the trifecta for tracking my quick checklists and everything syncs automatically. This is a great app!!!
Too complicated and limited (and a little false advertising)! - This app was a huge dissapointment. First off, it doesn't show dates in the list and there is no way to hide completed todos. Secondly, it's a real pain to get it to sync with the Reminders iOS app -- you have to make a new list for each of your existing lists and then sync through the calendar. Lastly, it really doesn't sync through iCloud, you sync to iCal and iCal syncs to iCloud. I feel this is false advertising. Dollar wasted.
More Reviews for Current Version
Very good organizer across 3 devices - I have To-Do Lists on all 3 of my devices: iPhone, iPad, and MacBook. I use it primarily on my phone and computer. The latter is easier to edit items and the former is in my hands most of the day. One, I love that I have a portable, editable list of to do items - it’s helps me keep organized and on top of things. Two, I love the fact that I can make up different lists for different needs and tasks. Three, I love the simplicity and ease of use of To-Do Lists. Four, I love the ability to use it on 3 different devices and synchronize across all 3. I highly recommend this app and use it every day in my work as a sales manager. Things that I would like to see changed that would make this an excellent app: better synchronization, better editing features, and greater stability. For now, if the computer is on, the computer version overwrites any edits made on the other devices and handheld work tends to get lost. Better text editing tools would also help: bold, underline, text colors. And finally, on the smaller devices better stability: I have had the app quit a number of times while in the middle of adding items and subsequently lost those new items.
Use it everyday - I like to run paperless, that includes not having thousands of notes on my desk and stickies on my screen. This is great. I have a bucket list, several to do list, etc. I take notes during calls on things to do and then just check them off and throw away the list when all done. It’s simple and easy. I love that I’m not having to assign due dates and stuff. Just like paper without the paper.
DOES NOT WORK! - The lists would not sync between my Mac and iPhone, so I contacted support. The creator’s response speaks for itself: Hi, thank you for contacting us. Actually we use old, currently deprecated, iCal API to access Reminders, so it is not guaranteed to work for all calendars. I.e. it works but we do not have any way to fix or improve if something goes wrong. Also currently we are working on To-do Lists 2.0, which will use new EventKit API, and will work much better on syncing then To-do Lists 1.x
Proves less is more - I have other “To Do” programs which are great however to have a quick scratch-pad and a place to put all you “next” items this can’t be beat. While it’s not to say that this doesn’t actually have a fair bit of capability, the simplicity of the design makes it a joy to work with. In particular I find it’s a great way to manage the stuff I need to do today and keep it in front of me. The Dropbox sync also makes me feel secure that nothing is lost. Great to do list - does what you need without the usual hoops to do them.
not for critical application, but usable - Interface is kludgy. and several times now, it has synced to an earlier version of my notes. This means that I’ve made notes on an airplane, and upon landing, I’ll lose them because for some reason it will just sync to the pre-flight version of my notes. So it’s unusable for me, only because I travel a lot for work. It does work, in general, however. And there are several good features, just maybe not implemented in the most elegant fashion.