Todoist: Organize your life

Developer: Doist

Current Version: 7.0.11

Last Updated: 4 days ago

Download Size: 9.4 MB - Download

Description:

Life can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to. Todoist keeps track of everything – from simple errands to your most ambitious projects – so you can get it all done and enjoy more peace of mind along the way.

When you don’t have to worry about forgetting things, you’ll feel more calm, in control and motivated to achieve your goals. Todoist helps get all your tasks and thoughts out of your head and onto your to-do list anytime, anywhere, on all of your favorite devices – including iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and macOS. Even when you’re offline.

“If your goal is to spend as little time as possible organizing and more time doing, Todoist offers the simplicity you're looking for.” - iMore

With Todoist, you can:
Capture and organize tasks the moment they pop into your head with natural language Quick Add. For example: “Read 30 pages tomorrow at 8PM #books” will set a task for tomorrow, at 8PM in your Books project.
Remember deadlines and build lasting habits with recurring due dates like "every second Monday".
Free up mental space by assigning tasks to people in your shared projects.
Highlight your day’s most important activities with color-coded priority levels.
See your daily and weekly progress with beautifully customized productivity graphs.

You can make Todoist your central, organized hub for getting things done with access to 60+ popular app integrations like Dropbox, Amazon Alexa, Zapier, IFTTT, and Slack.

Todoist is free forever with the option to upgrade to Todoist Premium. With Todoist Premium, you’ll enjoy unlimited access to powerful features that’ll help you achieve your goals faster while feeling confident and in control.

Teams and small business collaborate more efficiently with the Business plan. From stand-alone tasks to multi-phase projects, Todoist Business gives your team a clear overview of everything that needs to get done.

About Premium billing:

Should you choose to upgrade (totally optional), your iTunes account will be charged as soon as you confirm the purchase. The Premium subscription is billed annually.

The App Store will automatically renew your subscription after 1 year unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.

You can turn off auto-renew in your Apple ID Account Settings any time after purchase.

Privacy Policy: https://todoist.com/privacy
Terms of Use: https://todoist.com/terms

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Release Notes:

The usual small bug-squashing and app-improving to make sure your to-do list runs smoothly.

Bug reports and feature ideas are always welcome! Get in touch with us anytime at todoist.com/support, @todoist on Twitter, or facebook.com/todoist.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 6.0.3
Review by Dr. G Films

Todoist helps me get things todone - I’ve tried a ton of “ToDo” apps for both Mac and iPhone that have had varying levels of complexity. I’ve often found that the higher the level of complexity in the app, the less I actually end up using it. That being said, a lot of the simpler ToDo apps just didn’t have some of the features I was looking for. Todoist seems to have struck a perfect balance between having a good number of features and keeping things simple enough so I don’t feel like I’m constantly managing my To Do list. The fact that you have to pay for certain features is kind of a bummer but for what they’re offering in the free version I’m happy. And it works great with Sunrise Calendar.

Found helpful by 39 out of 41 people
1/5
Version 6.1
Review by Yaractys

Requires an account even if you just want your data local. - The app description is EXTREMELY unclear about the fact that you need a todoist account. I should not need some cloud account to keep track of my tasks on ONE computer that has a perfectly serviceable hard drive. Yes; syncing and cloud backup is all well and good, but it is absurd that an account is necessary to even see the interface and determine whether to use the app. Regardless of whether the interface was up to snuff, I would have one more stupid account floating around that I have to keep track of, and I would have given my email away for nothing. Other companies will let you use their app without an account; you just don’t get cloud components. This, however, is just a web service in a desktop wrapper with a persistent cache that allows offline use. I would not complain as much if the app description was clear that this was the case; I simply find the ambiguity very irritating.

Found helpful by 50 out of 119 people