Todo® empowers millions of people around the world to get things done. Todo’s beautiful and intuitive interface enables you to easily create and share tasks, checklists and projects. Whether you are managing a complex work project with a team, planning a family reunion or simply sharing a shopping list, Todo has what you need.
· Automatically sync tasks across the computers and devices you use
· Share Lists: Create lists and share them with your co-workers, family and friends
· Collaboration: Add comments to tasks that will be seen by everyone in your shared task list
· Stay Informed: Receive email notifications when someone in your shared list updates a task
· Simply reply to task emails and your comments will automatically be added to that task
SO MUCH MORE…
· Geofence your tasks with Todo and your iPhone alerts you when you arrive
· Share Tasks: Delegate tasks and get things done as a team
· Manage Advanced Projects: Use checklists inside of your projects for better organization
· Keep Tasks Updated: Tasks are updated at lightning speed to each of your devices
· Drag and drop content from emails to quickly create tasks
· Multiple reminder alerts
· Organize with projects and checklists (subtasks)
· Schedule repeating tasks
· Starred tasks
· Drag and drop sorting
· Full task searching including notes
· GTD support with contexts and tags
TODO SYNCS WITH
· Todo-Cloud (premium paid sync service)
· iCloud (Note: iCloud is used for synchronizing tasks to other copies of the Todo app on iOS and Mac).
Maximize Todo’s power with a Todo-Cloud Premium Account. Download the Todo app and try Todo-Cloud syncing service with a free 14 day trial. Todo is also available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on the App Store. Additionally, you can always access your tasks online at www.todo-cloud.com, even without a premium account.
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Easier to share lists with co-workers, and edit list information.
Most Helpful Reviews
I never take the time to write reviews - I never take the time to write reviews. It is not worth it to put in passwords, titles, and a bunch of criticism that may be disregarded. This update of Todo is exactly what I was hoping for. I look at all the other apps, any to find a better way to organize or understand what I need to do, want to do, hope to do. This app is the only one, and I’ve tried others, I will use. I’ve been using it since my brand new iPhone 4 back then. The mac version has been good, but it wasn’t easy to understand all that you wanted to do. This new version, is much more attractive which is nice, but also more simple and easy to understand and use. I strongly believe this will organize my life quicker and help me understand how to accomplish things a little quicker.
iCloud sync problems persist!!!!! - I have abandoned this app after version 1.4.4 for variable reasons, and removed it and all its associated files from all my Macs and iPhone and iPad. When this version was released, I decided to check it out again after I read the glowing reviews by users. I installed the new version, 3.02 on my new work iMac, enabled iCloud sync, and made an entry to test. When I went home, I did the same, and was pleased that the entry I made at work showed up on my home iMac. I was excited about this and installed another copy on my new MacBook Pro, enabled iCloud, and surely the entry I made at work showed up in Todo on my MacBook Pro. So I bought the new version of Todo for iPhone/iPad and installed on both devices and enabled iCloud, and the entry I made at work also showed up in both devices. Well, with the new features and the beautiful UI, I decided to start using it. Yesterday, I started entering projects and to-dos from my other to do pp in Todo in my home iMac. To my delight, the new entries showed up in my iPhone. However, and to my disappointment, non of these showed (synced) in Todo on my MacBook Pro or work iMac, even though I left the apps open for over 10 minutes just in case sync is slow, and closed and restarted tha app several times. Disappointing, really!!
More Reviews for Current Version
Works for me (except sync) - I emailed their tech support to see if the bugs people reported were actually gone. Tech wrote back and assured me bugs fixed and it works fine in El Capitan. So I downloaded and synced my iPhone Todo list. Everything worked fine but now it won’t sync to iCloud at all. So I am not going to use it. Update: 3.0.7 requires manual syncing. Why? Shouldn’t it try to sync every few minutes?
Working great on both Mac and iOS - EDITED: I wanted to add a comment about the syncing problems others have mentioned - that problem ONLY applies to ToDo users who were using iCloud to sync with BEFORE iCloud changed to iCloud Drive - the change to iCloud Drive that Apple made to iCloud users is the root of the problem AND the developer has clear instructions on their website about how to fix this - I know, I was an existing ToDo user hit with the problem, but I followed the instructions and now my iCloud (Drive) is syncing perfectly. If you have never used ToDO before, you will not have this problem. After recently updating both my OS (to El Capitan) and all of my versions of ToDo (Mac, iPhone, and iPad) to the most current, I now have everything syncing fine between all three via iCloud, although you can also sync using Dropbox or Appigo’s Todo Cloud. I’ve tried a large number of ‘to do’ apps but overall this (Appigo ToDo) is my favorite for it’s simplicity (for just keeping track of simple ‘to do’s’ it’s pretty easy to start using with little need for instruction or tutorials) and because the interface is very well organized. I have my tasks categorized by Work, Projects (volunteer stuff), Family, and Personal. Start dates, due dates, and reminders are a snap to setup for those tasks that have to be done on or by a certain date, and changing priorities on the fly is simple also. I add things I have to do as they come up, and after adding notes and any subtasks, and assigning dates, I can then forget about it until they come up on my Focus list or I’m reminded to start them. For more complex jobs, it also has the ability to turn tasks into ‘projects’, complete with sub-tasks and delegation to others and handle milestone dates. One thing I would love to see the developers add is some options to customize the appearance (colors) - I love the App but I find the current color theme a bit hard on my eyes.
Great App. - Todo is a great application, I’ve been using it for years. Take a look at the Todo cloud version. I’ve tried (bought) Omnifocus, Things, 2Do, Todoist, [insert the rest here] and continue to stick with Todo. Don’t get me wrong, I still look for and try any task app that comes out and retry apps when they are updated to see if I like them more. There are a couple of things I like in other apps that Todo does not have such as 1)the option of showing calendar appointments along with task 2)the ability to add a photo or recording to a task 3)a few more integrations with apps like Spark and Drafts would be nice. But all those are minor items. I find the other apps even with those things I like, have more things I dislike about the basic operation of the task management piece. I strongly sugest you try this app, particularly if you use it like I do on your Mac, iPhone and iPad and soon Apple Watch (I need an Apple intervention). Keep up the good work Appigo.
Syncing is unreliable - This app used to work but for the past year or so it refuses to sync with the iOS version of this app making it useless.
updates bring application back to my daily workflow - I’ve used Todo for years on Mac and iOS devices. It’s a great complement to the native calendar and reminder apps, especially for things that need periodic attention (e.g. advance warning of auto-renew subscriptions). For a while I experienced issues with the iCloud sync, which crippled the app for my use-case. It’s good to see that Appigo is still actively developing and maintaining the application - and the 3.0.7 version on Mac has been rock solid for me. I think it’s the best of category for to-do applications. Give it a try!