Jwech - The Essential To Do App
Instead of boosting my productivity, my previous task management app had so many customization options that it actually ate away at my time. It became a procrastination tool. I could spend an hour entering dates, setting up filters, and customizing views only to realize at the end of that time that I hadn’t actually gotten anything done. In contrast, Things 3 is wonderfully simple and clarifying. It’s as powerful as my previous app, but it strips out all the distractions and the fussiness, leaving pure, easy-to-access essentials: tagging, scheduling & project organizing. The scheduling feature has been the real game changer for me. The app tracks due dates (if you have them) but—more importantly— you can also add a schedule date for each task. The interface makes it very easy to add, move, & view tasks in the schedule (while keeping due dates fixed). So you can plan your time (and easily rearrange that plan as needed). If you’re a GTD person, you can still use that methodology with Things 3 projects & tags. But I find that I do better by adding the accountability of a scheduled list of things that I want to get done on a particular day or in a particular week. Things 3 helps me organize and manage that schedule better than anything else I’ve found. And it gives me the powerhouse organization tool I need without sucking me down a rabbit hole of customization options.
CourtC85 - It’s worth it!
I have tried numerous apps to try to stay on top of what I need to do, reoccurring tasks, upcoming events, and my accomplishments each day. I’ve used free apps, one-time fee apps, and subscription based apps. I end up either deleting them immediately, or I eventually stop using them due to how inefficient they are, or I end up with several apps to cover all my needs. I tried just using a regular physical journal, which I do recommend and I still use; but it doesn’t help me with reoccurring tasks or my incredibly long list of things I need to do for a specific category. An example would be, I have a special needs child who needs specialized schooling and assistance with every day tasks. Getting him the help he needs is covered by various government services but requires numerous steps on my part to get each need of his covered. It would require me to have a large desk planner to have something like this (which is basically a project but a one person, non paid project) planned out on a physical planner; but this app eliminates that necessity. I’m still new to this app, and I’m certain that I’m not using it to its extent, but as of now, it has been the best to-do app I’ve come across; paid or free! I have my fingers crossed that I’ll be able to delete some of my other apps and replace them with Things3!
Bkgadam - Dream come True
I am one of those who seldom spare time to write reviews. By the way in the 7+ years I have been an Apple products consumer, this is probably the third time at most I am writing a review for an App.
I have dreamed for an app like this one many years before. I used to scan the App Store to download top rated apps, but I could never find the type of app I was looking for. They just weren’t practical. For instance sometimes you want to write down something that just popped in your head. You don’t want to worry about figuring out then if it’s a reminder or a To-do or just a note. You don’t want to worry about setting it for a specific day and a specific time. You just want to quickly jot it down in your To-dos/ reminder/ notes and be able to easily access it and take care of details later.
I had given up on my hope of finding an app that would solve this type issue. So for the past few years, I had just been relying on the iOS default note app.
I have been using this app now for a few months and it has everything I have ever dreamed of in a To-do/ reminder app. Honestly I am beyond satisfied. I have now found “the piece of resistance of my existence”!!
Paulis 101 - Nearly perfect
I’m giving it 5 stars because it’s so functional, simple to use, and helpful. I would have liked to be able to choose a color for each category (as in todoist) because it would help me visualize my task areas more quickly. But that’s my only quibble. After experimenting with things3 and todoist I chose things3 because you can easily rearrange items within each category according to priority and identify what items in each category to make part of your today list. I use the app on my phone and find it very helpful to add items anytime they occur to me and then, over morning coffee, review the whole list (select anytime) and highlight the ones I want to do that day. I’m also very glad to have purchased this item once and for all. Todoist requires a yearly fee and I have enough of those already. I feel less overwhelmed since I bought this app. Putting tasks down in an organizable list (rather than trying to remember them) and organizing them daily really lessens stress.
Rockiesmith - What on earth were they thinking?
This would have been a nearly perfect app for its purpose except for one colossally stupid design decision that users have been complaining about for over 4 years with no movement at all from the developers to correct the problem (and yet the geniuses at Apple made it an editors choice). For many of us our lives are filled with tasks that should be done not any further in the future than a certain number of days after the task has been completed. But most of the world tries to complete at least some of our tasks before that next date. We need tasks to repeat (for example) a certain number of days after we did the thing, not a certain number of days after the originally scheduled time. Things 3 has no way to mark such a task complete until the next time some stupid template regenerates at some future date that is no longer useful to you. And they have been told this for years with no attempt whatsoever to fix the problem. Things 3 is otherwise basically perfect but this brain dead refusal to fix the inability to handle one of the most common events in all of task management renders it completely and utterly useless in my life. But nobody has cared with regard to the numerous requests for this to be fixed that are scattered all over the Internet. What on earth were they thinking?
JakkDiddly - Sadly, this won’t quite do it for me
This is a beautiful app and I love how it approaches tasks and projects which is why I give it 3 stars instead of less. But there isn’t enough functional integration with calendar to make this useful for me. I can see my calendar items but can’t open them or do anything with them which leaves me to have to jump to another app to work with meeting invites and other calendar items. This is a fatal flaw with this app for me, sadly.
I’ve been on Informant Pro for years since that app integrates calendar and tasks so well. But have been trying to find something else that is more elegant and simpler. I thought this was going to be it until I discovered how severely limited it is with respect to calendar. Oh well, the search continues, and another $10 down the drain.
Edit: I’ve come back again to Things 3 because it seems that I’ve become sort of hooked on how extraordinarily well it handles tasks. I’ve decided to try to live with using a separate calendar app along with Things and see how it goes. Hopefully in the future the authors will consider adding at least some ability to edit or even open calendar items in Things. Meanwhile I try this setup.
R33d79 - Almost perfect, solid, worth the money
I have used a lot of task management apps and I still think that many of them are great. Swipes was one of my favorites because I can snooze tasks for later, but Things has a unique approach to that same need that is actually simpler and much more effective. I’ve had to adjust some of my own habits to adapt to how Things is organized, but wow is it well thought out. It is deceptively simple at first glance, but it is so well designed that I’m constantly finding new uses and applications. My wife loves it too and she’s very picky and often doesn’t take to the things that I recommend. So the fact that both of us find it useful is a testament to the quality of the product. I’m hesitant to buy the desktop app because I think it’s fairly overpriced, I did do the free trial though and it is well-made. I was a little hesitant about the price of the mobile app as well, but after using it, I think that it is well worth the money and I wouldn’t say that about a lot of $10 apps.
Enrapture137 - Why didn’t I find this sooner?
Let me start this by saying I’m one of those people that never leave written reviews. I had to give praise where praise is due though.
First of all, I am a very visual person so even if I found an app with perfect functionality, I wouldn’t use it if I didn’t like how it looked. However, this app combines functionality with a nice sleek design that’s not only easy to look at but, easy to use. I’m SUPER picky about to-Do apps and I have been on a search for “the one” for literally years. I think I’ve found it though. They allow you to customize And organize your to-do’s in a myriad of ways. For instance, my favorite thing so far is the Ability to set “Projects” and in those projects, you can not only add notes and headings to keep the todos organized but, on the main screen of the app, there’s a small circle to show your progress on the todo’s inside. I absolutely love this app and had to let y’all know you did an amazing job.
Zeusman - Only One Day View on my Watch?!?!?
I took the plunge and paid the $9.99 for this app and immediately regretted my purchase. Wanted a to-do app that would sit in my complication area of my Apple Watch that Uses Siri to enter to-do’s. Che k, it does that but.....and a big but...it sends the to-do to an “In Box” on the app on my iPhone. I did see that I change from In Box to Today but it’s not easy to switch between them on my phone as the lettering is tiny (smaller than other words and sitting just above the task-that’s too easy to tap). Then you have to go to your phone to move it to a day, and the app asks ‘are you sure you want to move this?’ Adding another few steps and time to a simple entry...that’s self defeating. Then I CANNOT see anything beyond the current day’s to-do’s on my phone....I find that very limiting. I need to be able to scroll down to at least a week’s worth of to-dos. So I can PLAN for those events before that day...not a far fetched idea. This app could be useful but at the moment( in my opinion) this app is better suited to the iPhone and NOT the Apple Watch. I wish I could get my money back on this one. Doesn’t do what I need or enough for the cost.
Nrohrer - 😍 Only 1 Thing Missing
I am smitten with this app. I used to get by with a paper planner, then switched to Todoist last year, but I hated that there was really no way to see upcoming tasks beyond a week. Things has solved that problem for me (and then some!) — no more worrying about an annual subscription, waaaay better integration with Apple Watch and my calendar (thank goodness), and a simpler, cleaner interface that allows me to organize everything from daily tasks to vacation ideas and workout plans. The price seemed a little steep at first, especially since it wasn’t easy to try out the app before I bought it, but it was worth every penny.
Now, the only thing I’m missing is a way to track daily habits. I end up with a ton of to dos every day, which is a pain, because I just want a separate part of the platform that allows me to track that stuff. I’ve tried Streaks but would really like to have all these features in one place.
KKorwal - Wish there were pop-up alerts
Pretty good app - I'm looking for a better solution than Reminders for iPhone, as the Reminders app is buggy and sketchy performance. This app, Things, is neat and well-arranged, with nice checkboxes to clear items from your to-do list, etc. which I appreciate. However, you have to go into the app to see what's next, with no alert pop-up anywhere that I can find. I need tasks to pop up and remind me to do this or that, sometimes at a specific time, and often more than once. Like a bill I need to pay, which I may remind myself a week before but need to wait to pay it until a few days later, so I need to have a second reminder so I don't forget.
Bills are just one example (still haven't found a good bill-pay app, either) - it could be a purchase I need to make but now I won't have time today after work, so I have to postpone until tomorrow after work. Or it may be a phone call I have to make at a specific time.
Overall, very good for keeping track of tasks, as long as you remember to look at it.
Izkatel - Finally!
I first used Things years ago to GTD. After I discovered Wunderlist, I switched and loved the flexibility and the plethora of features it offered. Few years ago, a tragedy took place and Wunderlist fell victim to Microsoft who bought out and stopped updating the app. It then went off to attempt its own version of Wunderlist, only to release an underdeveloped, underperforming iteration that's probably doomed for the lack of user interest. To make a long story short, I was forced to find a replacement for my beloved Wunderlist (RIP). I searched high and low only to return to Things 3. I'm happy to acknowledge that it evolved into a prince, matching and at times surpassing Wunderlist. Things 3 is more elegant and user friendly then any other app I've tried. I'm happy to be home again. My dream is for Apple to recognize the value of Things 3 and purchase it. Only then can we be assured that this magnificent product will survive indefinitely. Apple, are you listening?!
Spellrider - Easy to use and robust
Impressive user experience design! Use is intuitive and the number of taps to perform an action seems fewer than the other more expensive apps I tried. You can pretty much figure out how to use it on your own, but they include a very nice tutorial in the form of a project with a list of to do’s. Very easy way to get up and running fast.
It has all the features that I was looking for except for location alerts. My workaround is to create a tag for my locations and just search that tag. It would be nice to get a push notification. OTOH, it seemed like having that on for an app that I tried may have been sucking battery. I’m not sure.
One slick feature is that repeating to dos have a lot of flexibility. You can even schedule them to repeat based on when you complete the task. So instead of repeating every 7 weeks, for example, the next one comes due 7 weeks after you completed the previous one. Nice.
MommyKun - Thought the app was too pricey, until I got so much stuff done.
I was looking for an app that would help me stay on task with ease. I downloaded so many task apps before but I couldn’t stay on task, I’d enter my list and just didn’t complete them. Why did I took the risk of getting this expensive app?? Was I gullible ? I guess so. But something was different, I got stuff done !! everyday every week so far. What you do is type any idea that comes up. Then you move it around to whenever you want to compete it, that’s it! But why is it so expensive for such a simple task ? I gave it 5 stars because I competed every task that I’ve been listing for 1 month now. My only suggestion is how about sharing the task with other people in household?
I just discovered that I can share the list by scrolling down so that it opens up a move task bar and clicking on the “. . .” . I’m very happy with this app and of course there’s always room for improvement.
Impressed with Free Version - Everything I need and more
As an adult mom with ADHD I struggle to stay organized, keep track of tasks, and easily record important to-dos in an accessible location. The integration this app manages (between watch and phone) is seamless, and gives me a convenient and powerful way to keep track of many ongoing lists, routine tasks, and one-off tasks. I initially balked at the price but this app but its the best money I’ve ever spent on an organizational tool (that’s saying something considering the many bullet journals, planners, tracking systems, etc. that I’ve had false starts with). The tips and hints w/in the app are great, and the app itself does everything I could hope for. If you’re looking for motivational sayings and cute cartoons, this isn’t the app for you. If you’re looking for a way to stay on track and record things as they come to mind- and in a place that you won’t forget about- then I can’t recommend a better tool.
Angie2345ghb - Don’t let the price stop you, it is worth it!!!
I have ADHD and I procrastinate a lot. I tried every single app out there to help me get things done and non of them worked, most have so much going on that I end up overwhelmed and eventually stop using them. Things 3 is so simple to use yet so effective, it has the right amount of tools to organize my tasks, projects and plan my week, I actually enjoy going through the list of things I need to do. Turning tasks that require several steps into projects and working on each sub task independently it’s a game changer for me. I can also set up reminders so I stop missing bills deadlines or flights. Being able to add things into my inbox on my Apple Watch when I randomly remember something while in the shower is a big plus 🤣 I recently been using the desktop version and I love it. They also have the best customer service which is so important IMO.
-jon- - Nearly perfect iOS app
I used ToDo on the iPhone with Toodledo on the web for years, and I was quite happy with it. However when I tried to update ToDo, as it was increasingly buggy, to ToDo Cloud, the install failed and I started looking around. And I am glad I did. I looked at many reviews and decided to give Things 3 a try.
The tutorial is well done, and in 15 minutes I was fully up to speed. I then reentered about 100 tasks, although I could have imported them. I have to state that the interface is a joy to work with, and the final result was amazing.
Read the reviews for product details, but this app defines what is great about iOS. Clean, intuitive and fun. The integration with the calendar, in particular, is brilliant.
After getting it set up on the iPhone, I purchased the iPad app. Perfect integration and interface!
My only quibbles... When I set an Inbox item to Today, and then I do not complete the task and clear the date, the task ends up in the Anytime folder. I think it should go back to the Inbox. This is by design, and I have a workaround, but it is mildly annoying. Also, I would like to not display the Anytime folder, as I do not need it, but this is not customizable. I could use the real estate for another area or project. But these are minor details. This is one of the best apps for iOS. Period.
Zap B. - Really well done
This app has a lot of great functionality for managing tasks and projects. The interface is super clean and efficient. The flow for bringing a task or project through inception to completion is very intuitive and works well.
The only thing I would raise is the way the app assumes you are a go-getter who will knock out tasks in a proactive manner. For slackers, procrastinators, and anxiety sufferers like myself it is not very good at nagging and popping up. You have to actively pay attention to the stuff in the app. I would like to see a slider that lets you set the level of app awareness of your ability to complete tasks. So you can make it nag you more if you want it to. That way you can decide if the app is more proactive in bringing tasks in front of your eyes to make sure you don’t just set them and forget them.
But I would still recommend this app all the way.
Yapishkahilt - Great app with one layout oddity
Very much enjoying the app. One design issue has repeatedly caused issues for me, though: when setting a reminder, after selecting the time, you’d think the way to save it is to hit the huge button immediately below where the time is set. Instead, that big button is to *clear* the reminder, while keeping the reminder requires you to click on a small “Done” button in the top right of the entire to-do. You’d think they’d make it quicker to save the reminder by clicking immediately below it on a big button, and make it more difficult to clear a reminder you just set with a small button at the top. Obviously a nit pick, but given how often i have to redo reminders bc of following the instinct to click on the big button just below the time setting area, it’s getting a little old.
Tiddlywinks7 - From productive to Superman
I was skeptical about buying an app that is essentially a to-do list, but I found myself at the point that I needed a better “system.” The free productivity app selection was lacking though. I took a chance on Things and I’m very glad I did! It took from productive to Superman! Seriously. It’s immensely helpful.
My only comment to the developers would be to add a feature that allows users to preset a list of common to-do’s (similar to how users define their own tags). So when you’re adding a to-do you could quickly drop in a common task that is frequent but that is not repeated on the calendar at specific times (for things like doing the dishes for example). That would save me from recreating the same to-do over and over again.
Thanks for the development tho! Great job!! 🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼
ArtAddictedArchitect - Not a Project app- wish it had more
For starters I’ve been combing through the internet in an effort to find a good project app that didn’t cost an arm & a leg while seamlessly integrating with iOS since it’s all my family owns.
After hearing great things about Things 3 I’ve given it a shot for a few days.
There are some definite upsides and things I like. Dark mode, the ability to rapidly make reminders and set to-do’s, importing from shared calendars and all that jazz.
The ability to set things for “someday” or “this evening” when I’m in the middle of the day is extremely useful and takes a lot of stress out being hurried by tasks.
But there’s no ability to link pictures or do sketches like in the Notes app
It’s taken from what I assumed to be a project app into a simple (yet extremely effective) to do list
Don’t get me wrong, if you’re looking for something to gently prod and remind you about things to do— such as to clean out the basement, or grab things before work, this is the app for you.
But if you want an app that could keep track of what’s broken in the basement and needs to be replaced, or if that dryer you fixed 3 months and 4 days ago is making noises again look elsewhere.
I really do hope Things 3 gets those updates soon— even a simplistic port of the sketchbook in apple Notes native app would be a game changer
Duh reader - Enjoying it so far, great design
Lives up to the idea that a product is perfect not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. In this case, taking away is more about how things hides all unnecessary distractions away from the user to make the app experience both easy and comfortable. There's plenty of functionality built in though, it's just not all up in your face.
My only gripe, which I might even change my mind on anyway, is that there isn't a way to speed add tasks (having the cursor jump back up to the input field after you hit enter). So far this seems like not a big issue, and I actually kinda like that feature being gone because it slows you down as a user and requires you to be a bit more mindful and intentional with your plans.
Great app 👍
Stefrowe - By far the best tasks/reminders app, but...
I feel really guilty giving this app only 2 stars, to be honest. Things 3 is clean, fast, easy to use, efficient, and quite frankly makes more sense to me than any other reminders app. The widgets are better than Apple Reminders widgets, too!
However... my iPhone is not my only device, and this app is NOT worth the $80(!) it costs to get it on all my devices. $50 for the Mac app, $20 for iPad, AND $10 for the iOS/watchOS version? It feels absolutely ridiculous and greedy, considering it’s the SAME APP just blown up for different form factors. If you have an Apple Silicon Mac you’re better off just running the iPhone version of the app on your Mac.
Until this is resolved, I just can’t bring myself to switch wholly from Apple Reminders to Things 3, no matter how much better the interface is - I need the ability to have everything sync across all my devices. I’m just absolutely not going to spend $80 to get that functionality.
Bobbybob32134282 - Soooo much better than the reminders app
They didn’t even ask me for a review, I felt compelled because it’s just a great app. This app makes organizing literally any personal project, ongoing or one-time, very easy. It’s simple yet customizable if/when/where I need. I have one “project” as a shopping list and one as a to-do list. Every time I think “wouldn’t it be great if this app did X”, X is always there and easy to do. Like the ability to repeat tasks on a custom interval, specifying whether that interval is regularly repeating or measured from the time of last completion. The latter is the default, which is usually good if you don’t care... but if you do care, the option is there, and it’s easy to do. It’s just little stuff like that. Take it from a software developer, getting those little things right is not easy
Dr. L. - Nearly Perfect
Love the ability to drag and drop tasks as my priorities change throughout the day. So much simpler than constantly having to reset priorities. Also love being able to see my appointments and tasks all in the same view so that I can better manage my day.
There are just a few features I'd like to see in future versions - a month view showing appointments and tasks for each day; the ability to create and edit events from within Things rather than having to switch to another app; the ability to swipe from day to day rather than having to leave the Today view and navigate to the Upcoming view; the ability to see the next Action in each project in the Today view so you don't have to do back and forth between Today and Projects.
If screen real estate is an issue, it strikes me that the Inbox, Anytime and Someday are duplicative.
IPhone6DK - I have used them all...
Things 3 is light years better than 2Do, Wunderlist, Trello, Tasker, Do It Tomorrow, etc. It may not have quite as many features as 2Do, and it may be more expensive than the free versions of Wunderlist, but it is flawless. The user interface is clean, well thought out, flexible and EASY TO USE. It feels fast and snappy when in use. I will say that my productivity has at least DOUBLED since I am now cranking through tasks instead of being frustrated by my system of organization. Other
people have mentioned the amount of time that it took for Things 3 to come out, but I can only assume it is because of how well executed it was/is. Don’t hesitate to buy this app. I got it for my iPhone and iPad and think it is worth every dollar. I will be getting the MacBook version next.
D-dirty - Disappointing to a long time Things 2 user
I’ve used Things 2 for many years and finally took the plunge and purchased Things 3 because of its ability to integrate with Calendars.
I have to say- I’m very disappointed.
1. The Today view in Things 3 now looks like a big cluttered mess because To-Do’s in different areas aren’t divided off into different sections. You can’t even change the font color. So, things I need to do at work and things I need to do at home aren’t easily and quickly visually distinguishable when looking at my day. This is a big set back from Things 2.
2. There’s a nice new feature to move To-Dos to “This Evening.” But, after the end of the day, things that were scheduled for evening, move back to the same cluttered mess with all the other to-do’s. I’d really like to see an upgrade that allows scheduled recurring to dos to be created under the “this evening” heading. For example, I always go to the gym at night. I’d like that reminder to appear there rather than have to move it every day.
1. The calendar integration is very well done
2. The ability to set alerts/alarms within a to-do is great. Previously in Things 2, I was unable to do this
If you really like Things 2 and aren’t sure whether or not to pay $10, don’t do it. I’m going back to Things 2 unless they update this app with some options to change the appearance of different Areas and fix some other bugs.
Jay Shmay - Fantastic way to organize big projects or daily tasks
The title says it all, this app is great. It allows you to create projects, repeating events, and organize them all either by date or by the area of life they relate to. Sounds complicated but the user interface is excellent and they provide a tutorial as well to make all the app has to offer as easy to utilize as possible. I love this app and practically depend on it to stay organized and on top of projects while also on track with daily tasks like working out and finishing work. It has amazing support for the Apple Watch, and many of its important functions can be used on the Apple Watch or simply by asking Siri. I can’t say enough great things about this app and I am grateful to the creators of it for giving the world such a wonderful and useful application.
Jellogiraffe - Organized my Depression
I know: it’s expensive, but I recommend this to everyone I know. It’s simple, customizable, you can make subcategories, group things up, put descriptions or steps, put deadlines, events, recurring tasks. Just in my experience, I can say it’s great for cooking, planning weddings, school projects, spring cleaning, moving, and even all of those at once. It sounds ridiculous, but this app straight up cured my depression. There were many times I couldn’t do a lot of every day tasks. This app let me see my progress, set more goals, and somehow taught me motivation. I’ve had this app for years and can say this is the life-changing organizing app that everyone needs no matter what age or where you are in life. People set all kinds of goals for themselves, and this app covers EVERYTHING and ANYTHING.
Tomd181 - Things is amazing
I have issues with short-term memory, so I need help staying on track. I have tried so many apps, and Things is by far the best for me. It has been particularly helpful in the normal recurring tasks throughout my week, much better than relying on my calendar app. It is very easy to create a task and set it for a date in the future with a custom repeat. Having Things as a complication on my Watch helps me to actually do the stuff I agreed to do!
I could not get my Apple Watch to work as described, so I asked for help. It turned out I was doing it wrong, but Mick and Julia in Support were very patient with me, explaining and reviewing how it worked until I got it. I have Things on both my iPad and iPhone, and have given it as a gift. I recommend it very highly.
Keveret43 - Beautifully designed but..
This is by far the most beautifully designed app I’ve ever used to manage my to-do-lists without sacrificing functionality. The feature I find most helpful is the ‘Upcoming’ tab where you can set up the app to pull data from all your calendars and list them chronologically in a compact color-coded format. I would have given the app 5 stars if the Upcoming tab listed ALL the future month’s tasks. Unfortunately, as of now, the Upcoming tab only lists the first 14 tasks/items which makes this app unusable and pointless to look at usually after the first week of the future month in my case. There is not even a way to expand the list to see the rest of your tasks beyond item # 14 when you are in the Upcoming tab, which is probably a bug. I would have given this app 4 stars if it was closer to the usual $3-4 price range but for around $9 I expected much more.
JohnathonSullinger - Needs a web app
I love the app and want to use it, but can't without a web app or Windows app. I spend 8 hours a day on a Windows Surface. The Surface goes with me into meetings, as mobile devices aren't allowed on the corporate Network, so I take all my notes on the Surface. It's a real pain to then create tasks in Things after the meeting by re-typing the action items into my phone.
With a web app I could at least enter my tasks on the Surface while in the meeting. 80% of my tasks are work related, in a Windows Enterprise, while all my personal device's are all iOS/Mac. I'm stuck using Todoist until something better comes along with web support or Windows client.
Things is a great app if you are 100% iOS/macOS. Probably the best iOS/macOS task app out there to be honest. If you need to interoperate with any other OS, there's no Web app so you're out of luck.
Sh02143 - Elegant, useful To Do app
This app has exactly what is needed for an efficient, useful, and seamless To Do app. I read a review complaining about certain things it lacks; to me those are all of the useless bells and whistles that clutter up other similar apps while adding nothing in terms of my needs. Things has clearly been very well thought through. It’s exactly the app I needed for keeping track of personal and work tasks, recurring tasks, jotting down ideas, etc. The $10 price tag is completely worth it, especially since there is no monthly fee. (My previous app—which I had paid for—updated automatically, and sudden I couldn’t use it anymore without paying $6/month). I haven’t used Things for very long, but I am already a very loyal customer.
FM_M - Love the new version
Been a Things user since way back in the mists of time; Things 3 brings clarity and freshness back to how clear Things felt at 1.0 (when iOS was heavy and my list of Things was still small). Well done!
Honest: just yesterday, I wrote a review asking for collapsible Areas, and today they roll out the feature. Talk about responsive developers! (Obviously, kidding; I’m sure that took a lot of thought and work: thank you!) The implementation of hiding Areas is great; the modification to the icon in collapsed state, and the animation in and out of it, are perfect. (I do wish on Mac I could option-open or option-close to open or close all.)
I’d love to also see headings in Areas, and Undo everywhere. Maybe support for Shake to Undo? I'm not a huge fan of shaking my phone around in the air like a lunatic, so I suppose the method is less important than the result, but some universal method for Undo is really needed; I’ve had a few errant taps that deleted or moved something I didn’t mean to, and the time to try to remember what that was and fix it is just lost time. Please? Undo?
Overall, excellent app, refinements just keep making it better. Yay!
Squatch91 - Almost...
Overall this app is highly flexible without being overly complex. As I’ve been capturing my tasks, I’ve noticed a couple oddities and omissions though.
Two things I’d like to see in future iterations are the ability to collapse a section header that has content tasks in it, and perhaps see a progress indicator or count of complete vs open tasks in that group... I use those for phases of projects so tracking completeness is helpful there...
The feature I’m really looking for is setting a due date (as opposed to assigning a date to the todo items and ending up with a bunch of past due items). Maybe an accomplish view like the upcoming that breaks things down into sections like today, this week, this month, eventually, etc. sometimes things are so nebulous in my to do life just knowing what I have to accomplish and what’s immediately important in a week is super helpful.
R91240sx - Pretty Good
Update: love that the notifications don’t disappear even when phone turns off. Thumbs up for that. Because if I miss notification or something happens. It stays until I proceed do some sort of action. Even if I open app notifications don’t disappear like other apps. Very happy just wish scheduling a reminder was a bit easier.
Great App. Think it’s a bit confusing on how to make reminders especially when doing it for a year from now. But it seems reliable only wish it wud have an option for those that would like a nag reminder bcuz we all can not here the reminders go off f we are busy. Would like to see the option to change reminder alert & snooze options like Sorted 3. I do think it should have a better pop calendar view for easier choosing but I recommend the app highly
Chic reveiw - Over Hyped
For what this app does, I really think it’s over priced and over hyped. It has some nice features like I can see my today list on my apple watch. It does what it says but its not really more than a simple list todo app. I really wish there was a calendar view. Like in ‘Upcoming’, if you could tap the calendar icon and actually see a calendar. There’s no way to see details more than a week in advance. So if you like to plan out your month, this isn’t the app for you. Also, when I am scheduling a repeating task on a specific day for the next week, the app doesn’t recognize the day. It always wants to repeat on Wednesday and I have to change it. Its minor, yes, but still annoying. Same thing with repeating a monthly task. It doesn’t recognize the date and I have to manually put it in. Honestly, I regret buying it. There are cheaper and better options on the app store.
Jack of Aces - Great app BUT...
I’ve been looking for a good todo list app for a while now. After searching and researching, I have come to you all. I am happy about that and will use the app!
An $80 buy-in to use across platforms?! That is steep. It’s more than most video games and more than a tank of gas for most vehicles! The easy thing to say is that you don’t have to buy it on all platforms, to which I say you are right, but for productivity’s sake it shouldn’t be that difficult to enter in.
So two things:
1) Lower the cost of entry. I understand making the app for different platforms takes time but the iOS (and future iPad OS) should be made to work with both iPhone and iPad WITHOUT paying $30. I understand the work and coding needed for the macOS app. But maybe up the app to $15 or $20 and allow it to work both on iPhone and iPad WITHOUT SEPARATE PURCHASE.
2) Location-specific/Geofence Tasks. This is amazing and the one thing that you app doesn’t do compared to both the Reminders app and my current todo app of choice: 2Do. Being able to do this would be appreciated and work well as a reminder for those that travel to separate work environments with separate tasks at each. It'd help with keeping "things" in line. (see what I did there?)
Overall a great app. I believe these tweaks will help though.
Scotteeboy - Great app but for me, missing connectivity
There’s no doubt that Things is an amazing application and well thought out. For my workflow, I’d really like the ability to work on tasks with others. Currently, you can only send a list. You can’t collaborate. Also. I love the “evening” feature BUT you can’t include it with your repeatable todos. So each day that I have to manually assign my evening todo to the “evening” category. This should get fixed. Another suggestion: be able to use natural language in the main section of the todo. Currently you have to first select the calendar picker to do this. And, while on the subject of the calendar picker- let’s have a “tomorrow” button in addition to the others.
Now, those are my suggestions, but there are many, many things that are great in this app. Hopefully some of my other wants will be included in a future release.
Mr. Ekted - Big Things missing.
It’s good. Pretty. But, just good. No collaboration. None. You can share your things with people and it sends it in a big text. They also offer a sync option, that is free (for now), and if you wanna collabo, then you have to sign in to the same account on two devices. That is super lame and I know that things knows this, cause why else would you offer this weird sync thing for things?
I really do like paying up front for an app. This is a good model. I am going to keep things installed and I will keep adding to this weird list thing that doesn’t seem to be helping me with planning out my giant honey-do list and collaborating on it with my amazing wife. I’m trying to bring her in on this thing, things. It’s just not working though. Maybe I’m using the wrong app for my needs and I get that. This app is pretty tho. Like reallly pretty. I just want to find it as useful as it is pretty.
Crossing my fingers for some serious rethinkin’ on collaboration. 🤞🏼
Edit - while I still have things installed, I’m not really using it anymore. I am using Todoist (free version) and am able to collaborate with my incredible and awesome wife. I’m still holding out hope for things cause I’m pretty sure I’d pick it over Todoist if it had collabo. Exporting your things from things into other apps is a nightmare btw. I’m starting to wonder what things is for besides looking nice.
Dave Millions - Good, but could be great.
I’ve been through most todo apps. I downloaded this, tried it for a week, then had to switch back to 2Do. The app is missing crucial elements like the ability to set repeating reminders outside of numbered time frames. For example, you can repeat every x days, weeks, months, etc but not, say, every Tuesday and Thursday every 2 weeks. It also has no location based reminders, which the developers don’t seem to provide good reason for. Finally: there are no reasonable ways to attach things or url extensions easily. Even adding basic support to link a contact later so you can make a reminder like “text Steve later” and have that launch messages is something other apps can do. Overall it is a beautifully designed app, but until it’s functions match 2Do I can’t justify purchasing any more of the suite.
Fishmat - The last time I’ll switch to-do list apps
If you find yourself switching between personal to-do list apps often because nothing feels “quite right”, you should try Things 3. It has completely replaced and simplified my Trello process, which I had relied on religiously for the last two years, but never felt perfect. Things keeps me focused on what I want to be focused on while integrating with my behemoth catch-all list, but without overwhelming me like looking at all my Trello cards did. Seamless integration with iCal calendars was not something I was looking for, but now wouldn’t want to live without. I would spend 10x what I paid for this app, it’s that spot-on in terms of flexibility and reliability.
Ally Ullenius - Love it… Just one thing
I love this app so much. It keeps me very organized and one you get the hang of how it works everything is very simple. I’ve been using it on my phone and Apple Watch for a few months and there is only one complaint I have. I know the version for Apple Watch is very new but I really wish that you could add a to do using the scribble feature instead of dictation. I would love to use this to keep track of my assignments when I am in class but the dictation feature is not ideal for that seeming as it isn’t exactly acceptable to talk to your wrist in the middle of a lesson. Anyways I hope to see this feature in further updates but for now I am still very satisfied.
Dave2KLI - First impressions of Things 3
Bought the Things desktop, iPad and IPhone apps today. Was able to login to things cloud to get my Things 2 data imported and deleted the old applications.
Trying to use Things 3 on The iPhone is unbearable when the calendar view is enabled. It takes 10 seconds after you launch the application for anything to show on the screen. After that, it took an average of 73 seconds for the app to be usable. The screen was frozen, I couldn’t add, change or mark items completed. I couldn’t scroll down on my list of things to do until the calendar came up.
Trying to navigate back from the Today category to other categories took over a minute and then navigating back to the today category took over three and a half minutes to populate the today list again and even then it wouldn’t scroll with finger movements without hanging.
Disabling the calendar view fixed the speed issues, but leaves a dialogue box on the today screen asking you to allow Things to access the calendar. Would recommend that they have that option configurable to remove the dialogue box and put that in the settings.
I haven’t had time to test the iPad app or the desktop app yet but my initial impressions are that Things 3 iPhone app needs more work.
Meowsers696969 - Great app, just one suggestion!
This app is seriously life-changing. Being an adult with ADHD this really helps manage my tasks and to-dos. It takes a little time to get used to it, but once you do, it’s so easy to customize, move tasks around, change dates, etc. I love that I can get the same information on my MacBook and my iPhone so that I’m always on track.
The one thing I have not seemed to find in any app is the ability to allocate specific timeframes for each task. With this app, you can easily see tasks you need to complete for “today”, but I would love to be able to designate times for each task and receive reminders when I should be moving on to the next task. With this one change, this app would really do everything!
ChicagolandJim - Not functional enough to be purchased
Unfortunately I jumped into using Things without trying the free desktop version first. After spending time setting up my task management system and entering tasks I realized I was unable to check a repeating item as complete prior to the date the repeat was set as. For instance I wanted to complete the repeating items that were to come due during a two week vacation in advance so that I wouldn’t have to worry about them while on vacation but Things does not allow this to be done. I checked in with technical support and they stated they hoped to someday provide functionality for checking off repeating events prior to the day they are set to repeat on but at this time it is not possible. I paid $50 for the desktop and $10 for the app and all I can say is this program isn’t worth using and is not ready for release even though it’s been out for years. SMH.
Agmnickname - A bit overrated and expensive.
Expensive when you consider you need to pay separately for iPhone, iPad and osx. Most todo apps at least include all ios versions. To get this on your phone and iPad you'll end up paying $30. Why? They're the same OS. Apple watch complication also needs some work. Right now its just a shortcut to the app with no relevant information. I used Clear for many years and it is by far a simpler app without all the functionally but waaaaay more fun to use and unique. Also cheaper and takes care of all devices. Sometimes I feel like I'm spending more time creating todo lists in this app than actually getting things done. If you don't have an apple watch consider something like Google keep. Enough functionality to compete with this this app, syncing on all decices and free.
AmirzM - Almost Perfect
I can’t stress how useful, simple, and amazing this app is for me. I have tried many, including Todoist. Things 3 blows all of them out of the water in almost every aspect. The only reason I am not giving it 5 starts is in hopes the developers add a rewards/tracking feature. The more you input/keep up with your tasks, the more you level up. I’m sure this was on the board and was likely a trade-off made for simplicity. Yet it can always be added as an option, for those that like to have this. I personally want it because it keeps me motivated. I would say that is the only thing Todoist has over Things 3.
If this feature is added, this app becomes without a question not only 5 starts, but the best of its kind.
Darahs01 - Fantastic app, needs some work
I use Things every day and with all my reminders, but imo the lack of a calendar view can hurt the experience. Right now the only way to see future reminders is in upcoming view, which is fine, but going back and forth between today's view and upcoming view can be a real nuisance and take up much time since you can’t drag a reminder from today and just drop it in another date. for that, you need to change the date on the reminder’s setting which can be frustrating when there are a lot of them.
With a proper calendar view though, this would be a non-issue. And aside from that, it would make seeing future reminders so much easier.
PrjMan56 - I Like it!
An intelligent and smartly designed feature-packed GTD/ Task Mngt app that promotes productivity through simplicity-Well Done Guys! For that, this app gets a 5 for Task Mngt in my view. The total freedom and flexibility to manage and navigate inside the native app is ‘Points on the Board’. And, then being able to import emails and other Mind-Mapping Projects/Tasks directly into Things 3 as To-Do’s is a Home-Run in my book!
The Project Mngt aspect of Things however only gets a 3 rating. The addition of basic attributes needed in managing project and event-like activities to include start/finish dates for sub-tasks, dependancies, attachments option available in the notes field coupled with basic views such as Calendar, Gantt, Kanban, TimeLine etc would a value based features for those of us that benefit from the visual perspectives and situational awareness these views bring.
The above said, I’ still use Things 3 as ‘Central Station’ for integrating all my calendars and various Task app activities. That would not be my choice without the excellent design and interface Things 3 provides. Again, in that respect Things 3 gets a solid two thumbs-up.
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Ddstco - Please don’t ever change ❤️
Native apps. No subscriptions. The original and best task management app for Apple devices. Things apps are best in class. Top shelf. Minimalist design that is functional and beautiful. Not bloated with features. Native apps on all platforms. No subscriptions. I need another subscription like I need a hole in the head. Things is truly top shelf. The best of the best. The product is incredibly fluid to use with a beautiful minimalist interface that never gets in the way. Things is the last of the old guard. At a time when apps like 1Password are turning their back on their Mac roots and switching to Electron and forcing subscriptions. Things is staying classy with gorgeous native apps and one time payments rather forcing subs. I love you Things. Don’t ever change ❤️
Mike9725 - I prefer Todoist
This app is expensive and not as useful as Todoist. The killer feature of Todoist is that it runs everywhere, including Windows and in the browser. This is critical when you need to quickly get a thought out of your head and into the list.
On my work PC I use the browser app because I don’t want to install anything personal. On my home PC I have the Windows app and it’s a quick global shortcut to open up a dialog to add a task, no matter what application I’m in. And of course there’s the iOS, iPadOS and Apple Watch apps when those are convenient.
The other thing is that Todoist has a free tier which still covers basically everything I need, ad-free. Things is pricey. Buying it once isn’t too bad, but then you want it on another device, and another, and my wife wants to install it, etc. And in the end you’re paying a small fortune. Take a look at how expensive it is on Mac and convince yourself that either it’s worth it or that you’re comfortable just always having to reach for your phone or iPad every time you want to note something in the list, where it’s more difficult to type and paste links etc.
Milorad Ivovic - Two steps forward, one step back.
This is an amazing app, but I'm puzzled at the latest Apple Watch complication choices. Branding has been prioritised over usefulness. I'm already using the app, I don't need anyone to sell it to me.
For example, on the circular infograph complications, the big Things icon is a checkmark with a progress bar around it. Why isn't that checkmark just a number of remaining items? I already know I'm using Things.
Also the middle complication of the Infograph Modular face has gotten less useful for some reason. Now instead of a list of three items, you can only see one, and a progress bar of limited usefulness. It had more value for me to be able to see other items I can complete out of order, than it has for me to see I'm half way through for the day. I like progress bars, but I like actual information much more.
Sah confused - Almost perfect but still the best
I love using this app on my Apple Watch, particularly as the large middle complication in the modular watch face because it shows up to three of your next to-do list items. I would love if this complication also showed events as well as the to-do list (e.g. if one of those three spots was reserved for the ‘next calendar event’ if you had an event/appointment for the day) as I currently find myself frequently switching back and forth between watch faces depending on how many events versus tasks I have planned for the day.
Nevertheless, this app is still the best organising app I have come across (and I have tried MANY!). If another app did integrate both events and tasks on the same Apple Watch complication, however, I would have to choose that app instead.
Gertiesmart - I really get things done with this app!
I’ve tried a few ToDo type apps and they are either to simple or to complicated. Things is both. You can use it in a simply basic manner or it has the structure that allows for more detailed involved planning. And I love the logbook feature to go back and look at ALL the Things you’ve done This feature is dated so if you bother to have some detail to (in some cases a mere) reminder eg ring ISP about Internet malfunction all weekend - then you effectively have a diary you can refer back to as to the date you did something. Handy if you have an ongoing issue where this info is helpful in the long term.
Definitely worth the few bucks I paid.
Skuttlebut - Love this app!!
I downloaded Things 3 a few days ago and am already loving it. Reminders I had already set have been imported from the Reminders app and were very easily sorted into ones to keep, remove or make recurring. I love that I can see my calendar in the app so that I can plan my to dos around any meetings or appointments I have. I have been able to easily create areas allowing me to keep work, home and school to dos separate, add tags to each to do so I can find them easily, set deadlines for to dos and projects and set reminders for recurring to dos. The only thing I feel is missing that I really want to be able to do is attach emails, documents and notes to a to do or project.
Thanks for creating such an easy to setup, use and navigate productivity app that will keep event the most disorganised person (me) organised!
H. Flame - So glad I found Things 3
I have tried so many to-do list apps, and I find most of them offer such a limited way to segment tasks. I deeply appreciate Things 3’s approach.
Our to-do list can be divided by different lists or sections in our lives called “Areas”. In these areas, or even outside of them, we can have tasks as well as Projects: actual Work in Progresses with a defined due date. These projects can have their own headings and tasks underneath those headings. Even more, tasks can have their own subtasks. We can even see at a glance a pie chart of our projects to see our progress.
You can even set a start date, not just a due date, for when you want your tasks to appear in your Today view.
There are some things I wish it did—I wish we could collapse headings. I also wish we could see statistics of tasks we accomplished. But for what it does, Things 3 does it extremely well. A clean, polished interface that I always come back to after giving other apps a try.
Platinumbeach - Not too shabby
After years of relying solely on the stock reminders, things 3 can come as a nice refresher for what a to do app can do and look like. What things does better than reminders for me: more granular time settings, there’s no “deadline” and “someday” in reminders. The ability to create to dos through email can also come in handy.
It is a bit more complicated to set up recurring events, having to tap the three dots at bottom and finish the setup before exiting a new to do in order to avoid duplicates. Also, not complaining but not a power user and I would never pay thrice for the exact same app just to be able to use cross device. Wish this app continue to stay true to the non-subscription pricing model.
Grv82 - Best To Do & Worth the Money
Was initially hesitant to spend this much money on an app, however for the amount of irritating subscription services and over-the-top ineffective applications out there (I have tried them ALL), I have discovered THINGS is the best option. Pay once and own a straightforward, effective and light to do app that is streamlined and works with iOS perfectly. I cannot do without it and use it daily. Honestly, it is the only thing keeping me tied to an Apple phone. Thankyou to the dev team for the accessible pricing model and the work done to make this app perfect. Please don’t change a ‘thing’.
Rhi syd - My most used and relied upon app!
I love Things, it was recommend to my by a friend and I have recommended to many people. I use it mainly for work but also have an area/ tag for Home. Repeating tasks, tags, Evening and the logbook are some of the best features. I have multiple clients and each client has their own tag, each with multiple to-do’s under them. It’s so simple to use and extremely effective. I have Things for iPhone and iPad. I need to use a PC for work so unfortunately I don’t have a desktop version and this is my one disappointment. Any chance of a windows desktop version?!
Bernd.Meyer - Elegant and efficient
After months or even years of deliberating I finally switched from Appigo Todo to Things a few weeks back. Why did I take so long? The decision took a while because I had to transfer hundreds of items manually as Appigo offers no export. Indeed, this was one of the reasons to switch, I don’t like being bound to an app.
I have never looked back. Things is brilliant. It works smoothly in the background on desktop and phone, does the job with no fuss and minimal effort, and it’s even pretty to look at.
Absolutely love it. I can see that this will be a constant for me for the next decade.
Niggaplsomg - Great App for Projects, Reoccuring lists and Referral
I love the app on iphone. It’s a bit pricey to get it on my Mac so i’m not sure if i will buy it on there. It’s a shame because i love the layout of this app however there is not an option to access it online. It would be so helpful if you were without your laptop one day and you wanted to open it up online from a different computer. Plus sometimes i like to copy and paste my notes from my icloud notes onto work i do on my laptop. It would be awesome if you guys provided the option to access from anywhere after paying the fee.
Nick Bertke - The launching pad of my day
I use the absolute hell out of this app. By sorting tasks into Projects and then Areas with tags and reminders, my mind is never cluttered and I’m always on track. The Watch app is a huge bonus when I’m doing the grocery shopping or working in the studio when I don’t want distractions. My only request is a Tags area that consolidates tasks by Tag. It’s a bit dumb having to manually type in a Tag to find tasks I’m looking for. Otherwise I’m thoroughly satisfied. Please don’t go to a subscription model like everybody else!
Liz9898 - This is the app I have been waiting for my whole life!
Even in school I used to carry a little note book around with me called ‘Things to do book’. I remember my friends used to think it was hilarious. Well, this app is brilliant and I have tried a lot of productivity apps. I have been an avid Evernote user for years, but this app really helps to clarify my goals and sort out my thoughts and therefore what daily actions I need to take each day. It is expensive, but honestly, I think it is worth it if you are serious about getting more streamlined about your life and need clarity....
NickoBlayde - I love it but there’s just one thing missing.
So I’m loving this app so far, I was just using the built in reminders app on iOS and it’s pretty barebones in comparison. BUT there is something that the iOS reminders have that Things doesn’t: persistent banner notification! The thing I love about the built in reminders is when a reminder pops up it will stay there all day on your lock screen until you complete it, that way every time I look at my phone I get reminded!! I really miss that as I have to open the app to check my to do if the reminder time has passed.
Em Constance - So useful and well-designed!
I use the Things iPhone/Watch app and Mac software to stay organised and it's by far the best to-do list program I've found 🙂 It has plenty of features like tags and repeating events, but has a clean easy to use design at the same time. Dark mode is beautiful, I love the filtering by tags (especially the interface on the Mac app), and being able to quickly add a task on my Mac using a keyboard shortcut is really useful.
It's almost perfect but I would love if:
- You could collapse headings.
- You could set location-based reminders (and/or other smart reminders, like weather-based).
- You could choose a few lists that can be viewed on the Watch app, not just the today view. For example I have a weekly and monthly task list that I'd love to be able to view on my Watch!
Overall though a great to-do app, suggestions are just me being nit-picky haha
Lily Marie K - Maybe not
I bought this as a replacement for iOS reminders only because I wanted a useful complication for the Apple Watch. Unfortunately the complication I had hoped to use (infograph, center stage) gives as much space to a big unsightly logo and the text ‘things’ as it does to actual useful info from the app. I’m so unhappy with the way my watchface now looks, that I would just rather go back to iOS reminders. Why not just show me my next two goals instead? Why do I want to see your logo? The progress bar also seems meaningless.
Louontherocks - Brilliant intuitive pleasing list app
I spent ages trying out different list apps. This one is the best I’ve tried. Very thoughtful design but also clever psychology of productivity incorporated by the developers - eg the “pie chart” symbol marker that tracks your progress towards completion of your projects, as you check off each item on the list. This is a winning feature I haven’t seen elsewhere - key reason I wouldn’t use any other list app now.
Works beautifully on iPhone. I also paid for the Mac laptop version - excellent seamless sync.
Bulletcatch - A little buggy
This could be an amazing app unfortunately it gets a bit frustrating at times to use. Trying to add notes or edit reminders sometimes requires 10 or more attempts to get the keyboard to show up. Would also be nice to have a calendar view of upcoming events to give a better overall snap shot of upcoming events rather than having to scroll down to see if there is anything planned on that day. Price is steep at $14, $8 seems fair for what the app does and also compared to other apps that do similar things. Other than that the app is great and is still the best daily organisation app I have found amongst the competition.
One Possible Improvement - Font Size
I downloaded all three versions of the app and I am loving it so far. I do hope, however, that the creators make one improvement soon.
It would be really nice if there was an option to change the font size to suit the user’s preference. The iPad and iPhone version of the app uses a font size that is way too large in my opinion. I love the app so far, and so this is just a review with the hope that this small but helpful change can be made.
Annez De Sahntis - Extraordinary in its sophisticated presentation and planning power
I have resisted Things for the longest time. A loyal fan of Stephen Covey’s PlanPlus online for over 15 years, I finally contemplated GTD and I loved it! More applicable to today’s world, I wanted to find the best application possible. I embraced Todoist and Omnifocus and they were both great, but Things rises to a superior level. Extremely intelligent and outstandingly elegant, it makes the planning and organising pleasant and short. It allows and invites more “doing “ than “planning “. The best in its category!💖💕❤️
Simtish - Editable sharing
Just purchased things 3 and love love the app BUT what I didn’t realise is I can’t collaborate my lists with others ( husband) I just assumed I could as all lists really require others inputs. Our lists are travel plans, education plans as well as just stuff we need to get done. Without my husband to build and action on this list in the app really takes out how I need to use it.
Huge disadvance to the app and just expected this as a feature.
Pls pls look into it as I love the app but it really doesn’t suit me now as these are lists I need us both to own and manage
( modern working family)
Chestermoney - Changed my productivity forever
Things on face value, appears to be a very basic app. But as you begin to use the app more, you start to realise the sophistication, design and simplicity make this a killer app.
Wishlist- a web app so I can use it at work (PC), the ability to have todays tasks be above projects when in area and widgets to be more reliable on iOS (they show things that you have completed as unfinished).
Arthur Kazemi - Poor support and price planning
I’ve been using Things 2 for awhile and I’m wondering there is no support for Things 2 it doesn’t look nice in iPhoneX and there is no upgrade plan! You’ll have to buy the new version for full price. And when you buy on one device you’ll have to buy on all other devices otherwise you won’t be able to keep them synced!!!
iPad version sold separately!!! Without having more features! It makes sense to sell the mac version separately as it is a different source and binary but for the iPad! It’s same binary or at least it can be!
iPad version costs you twice an iPhone version!!! Why?! I’m totally disappointed and looking to find another app out there!
Khoa M Tran - Love this! Been looking for years for it!
I’ve tried for literally years to organise my life. But there was never anything suitable from pen and paper classic to every. single. to do list app. All of them.
I’ve had things 3 downloaded for awhile but realised I wasn’t using it to its full effectiveness, and now that I am. 100% sticking to it.
Currently trialing the Mac version, after trial period at this rate this will be my full organisation system with the Mac version too.
KHANTMAW - Good app
It is a very good app, but I think you can improve a lot more.
Now in order to set the date and time, I need to go to Jump Start, choose or type the date and click the reminder to set the time. That is 3 extra steps.
It is way better if I can just type “call John on 12 Nov at 3pm” and the remainder will set to date and time automatically. If you can fix that, this is the die for app. Everything else is just perfect.
Vic Charlie Lou Design - Things has really helped me organise my day
I have a busy life with 2 teenagers a job and a hobby business so having Things in my life to enhance my organisation skills has been really sucessful. I particularly like the movability of each task, the ability to see all comoleted tasks to check just incase i cant remember and the ability to send tasks on to each family member so they can add to it or plan their day around the family priorities.
Shwgqhusbdxb - So helpful, super intuitive !
I am usually a little hesitant purchasing apps that have an upfront cost as I like to have a look at the interface and then decide to join a subscription. However very glad I did.
If you do buy this - take the guide that it initially comes with!! Only then will you be able to understand the usefulness of this app and be able to properly utilise it!
Just wanna read - Love this app but wish for more colour
Since getting the things app for iPhone, I have switched from OmniFocus2, did not like Omnifocus3. Much prefer the design and logic behind things 3. However after using moleskine’s Actions app I realised what’s missing with things 3. Colours. Coloured areas, coloured actions. It might not be for everyone, but to those of us who have strong visual preference, it means a lot. I still will stay with things 3, but now that I have seen how colours could be used in scheduling, I want more.
Ausjono - Not bad
Been using tick tick for a number of years now and though I’d give THINGS 3 ago as you can purchase it outright. So far it’s not to bad. One massive miss for me though is the ability to attach files//images ((unless I’m missing something?). This would improve the app no end as I use this app for projects that I need to save photos and PDF. I know I can add a link to Dropbox etc which I have been doing but that’s just a whole lot of double handling. Thanks for the app though, it looks much prettier than things 2.
Rayray-rayray - Great app, but still missing
Really like this app. Extremely useful and good for productivity. It is quick and easy to use and very straightforward. But I would prefer to have the option to group more things together and put the Area folder into another folder, more filing option. It would also be nice to be able to customize the whole interface to fit with what i prefer, something as simple as changing the color and theme of the UI would be a nice touch to the whole experience.
Mortster - Very good but could be better
I love how clean and well designed this app is, however there are a couple things I think would make it perfect. Better integration with other apps such as toggl so that the time spent on tasks can be measured. I would also very much like cross platform support. Perhaps the quickest and simplist wau of doing this would be to have a website that one can log into. And with HTML5 the stunning nature of this app could be preserved across platforms.
Nik 555 - Best app
I never write reviews but felt compelled after using Things 3 for a year. I work for myself and previously used a paper and pen dairy. This app has completely taken over. I can’t say enough about it’s ease of use and ability to change things around or personalise them. Best app for organising your life by far.
If I could rate 6 stars out of 5 I would.
Keep up the great work. Thankyou.
APenNameAndThatA - Magnificent
This is the to-do app recommended by the internet, basically. I used to use a page in Evernote or pieces of paper, like an idiot. I don’t even know how to use it yet.
The email support is magnificent. Which is good, because the online/app instructions/ tutorial are not.
Given what this app can do it is *not* expensive.
Note to the developers: the reviewers say this app looks good. It does. But *compared* to MindNode, this app looks like a ruptured dog. Devs, me what you think this advice is worth! Just the colours in MindNode are great.
It would be good to be able to search *all* the lists using *multiple* tags!!! Like Evernote, people could choose to do away with different lists altogether.
One gripe, where’s my watch haptics?
BigZed44 - Helping me get organised
I’ve just started using Things after a friend recommended it. It has been a great help to keeping on track of things coming up and actually getting them done, so it really does do as it says!! I’m still learning about the other features but so far I’m happy to wake up and see the notifications and be reminded of what’s on today.
Micha_11 - So far so good
A couple of hours in and I am loving it! Easy to use and intuitive. The tutorial was great. I love being able to see items from my to-dos and my calendar together - that's brilliant for me. Also love the repeat function, and the tags, which are really easy to manage and edit. Come to think of it, everything is quick and easy to do.
Alexx0005 - Continued Support
Thing’s continued support of new devices and features (they’ve already released iOS 12 and watchOS support) means they’re one of the best developers in the business. This 5 star review is solely for support of the Apple Watch, a major player in my day to day life. Thing’s sets a benchmark for others to strive for and they’ve set it high. Good work. Keep up the support and people will keep buying.
McGuinnessMan - The best app is the one you use
I have tried loads of these apps, mainly the free ones and tbh I did get a shock by the price of this app but hey I am using it and I would pay 10x times the price to increase my productivity and levels of organisation. Seen the CEO of Gymshark using it and thought it would be worth a crack.
Only 1 week in, let’s see if it lasts.
Shaky101 - Easy to use
Brilliant app. So simple and easy to use while the watch interface is just superb.
Such a shame the Mac version is so expensive (I think it’s like 8 times more than this iOS version). Would of enjoyed having a desktop version but at $80 AUD, some of us will just have to miss out :(
Other than that, really handy well thought out app
Morbid Undead - Best to-do list app ever!
Well worth the cost. I’ve tried just about every to-do list app in the App Store and this is absolutely the best. There’s only one thing I could suggest to improve it - I’d love to be able to make recurring evening tasks instead of setting them to evening every time the task comes up in Today.
A.letitia1 - Really good
It’s been fantastic. Whenever I think of something that I need to do I just chuck it in inbox. At the end of the day I sift through all the tasks in the inbox and categorize them. At the beginning of the day I select all the tasks I can do that day. It’s really helped me organize my life and become an actual adult.
Vutuannguyen - Love it. Almost perfect
Things is essential to me. It’s almost perfect. I just wish there was a more efficient way to move from one to-do to another. To move to the next to-do, you need to tap out of the existing one and tap in again. This makes the ‘weekly review’ that’s part of the David Allen method not very fluid. I would love to be able to swipe between to-do ‘cards’ and, on the Mac, simply being able to use arrow keys to move between the items.
Thatblueguy_ - The best to-do app in the world.
I just wanted to commend the team for creating by far the best app on the store.
Love all the attention to detail, and utilising any of the new iOS update features on day 1.
You can tell the people behind Things truly care about their work. Thank you!
Memtselfi - Developers beware
Undoubtedly the best iOS purchase(s) I have ever made. Amazing. However, if a new version is released without palatable upgrade pricing, I am moving to a competitors product without regret. The developers now have a LARGE AMOUNT of my hard earned money, don’t screw me with an unaffordable update. I love Things, let’s keep it that way!
Jv_oz - Easy and Comprehensive
I’ve used loads of personal organisers and to-do lists and Things is the easiest to get started with and then to expand how you use it. Use it on your iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch. Tell Siri to add items when you think of them. Easy peasy!
PeterPetrovski - Great app but please add location, attachments
Simple and powerful. The only things that would improve it for me are location based reminders so I can use siri to input things like ‘remind me to pick up the milk when I leave the house in things’. Also attachments and rich previews like in Reminders would be fantastic.
Cjmlgrto - Life’s smoother!
I enjoy using Things so much. Not only does it look so slick, it’s incredibly useful too! My favourite bit about it is that it’s just got the right balance of features that there’s not too little to make it hard to use, not too much to overwhelm. I run my entire life on it!
Bridge is - The BEST!
I love this app! I have been using it for Two months now.
I have downloaded many to do apps but none seem to help me as much as this app. As much as it's a very simple app it's sufficient for me. If I don't complete the to do task it is moved onto the following days lost so I don't forget to complete it. Worth the $$$!
Tassiecelt - End of an era?
I’ve used things pretty much since it first came out. It is right up there with the best task managers.
However the trend at present is moving to subscriptions, while I understand the need for income, the reality is that with so many apps on our devices, if you add the cost of all the subscriptions it really mounts up.
The word is that Things 4 will follow suit, and it does that will be the end for me.
I’ve already paid for all the Mac and iOS versions but will happily delete them. Frankly I find Apple Reminders is all I need these days.
Response to developer: if you read my post you will see I refer to the next upgrade, Things4. If you are saying you will not go down the subscription path then I am wrong. Can you assure users of this?
Posiden-1821 - Upgrade buyer beware
If you are upgrading from Things 2 to Things 3 because they are removing sync support from Things 2 to force you to upgrade, please be aware that this is no longer an integrated application, you are forced to purchase the iPad version separately. It is also really just an interface tweak on Things 2 and does not introduce much new functionality for the price of the upgrade.
Disappointing change from a good developer. Use the free apple reminders instead.
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Deebuz - Best productivity app I've ever used
I am a planner person, I work off lists (analog and digital) all the time and if I don't have my lists, you best believe I'm getting nothing done and feel like a lost puppy. Enter this app: Things, I just purchased it today, entered everything I needed to do (I have my wedding in 5 days!!) and I feel like I can rule the world. I WISH I looked and found this app years ago. It's very streamlined and has absolutely everything I need in terms of list-making, creating projects with notes and their own to-do lists, creating days where a task sits or deadline, repeating tasks, having tags and syncing calendars to the app. It has everything I've ever needed in a productivity app and more that I didn't know would be useful!! I LOVE THIS APP!! Low key hoping it can help me get the rest of my life together :-)
Rjc34 - A Masterpiece of UX Design!
Happened across Things in the story about featured iOS 13 apps, and so happy I did. To all the people at Cultured Code: thank you. What truly sets this task management app apart from everything else is the incredible attention paid to every aspect of the user interface (UI) and user experience (UX). Everything has a purpose, and functionality is never duplicated. Every interaction and gesture feels natural and makes sense. There is no fluff, no hidden features, or tools looking for a purpose. The iconography in the UI is just perfect, there’s never any confusion about what anything does.
It just works.
As an adult with ADHD running a business, keeping organized is something I’ve struggled with for years. Previous to trying Things, I was using a combination of the native iOS Calendar (synced to google calendar), Notes, Reminders, and also carried a pencil and notebook for quick notes/sketches/planning/collaboration. Things basically takes all of the useful parts of those apps and integrates them in a seamless and effortless way. I can just open it up and start throwing in tasks. I can easily drag and drop those tasks to the right category. If a task needs additional info I just tap it and start adding notes, or if it is something easily broken up into smaller chunks another tap and I can quickly add a sub-list to it. Task turned a little more complex than some notes and a list can comfortably handle? Just tap convert to project and bam now that task is a project that can hold its own tasks each with its own notes and/or lists.
The best part of Things though really has to be how unobtrusive it is. Nothing ever gets in the way. It does exactly what you want it to, and makes those planning tools exceptionally easy so you’ll actually use them.
Sortatallish - ThingsCloud? No thanks...
Why would you require a things cloud account to sync the watch to the iPhone. You are not entitled to my data. Looking for an alternative...
Bry.jiang - Easily the best task manager I have ever used
Not only is it filled to the brim with actually useful features, it has such a fluid and clean interface that it is a delight to actually plan my days.
SaugaBoyTorontoMans - Love the app but why no iCloud??
I love the new things app. However, please bring back the option to backup to iCloud instead of your own servers.
Dean Rostad - Almost perfect
I have been searching for a way to combine my “getting things done” productivity world, and my “outliner world” where I plan projects. Things is the closest app I have found to bring these two worlds together in a way that is functional, beautiful and intuitive.
I love the tagging, dates, inbox, and headings. The reason I wrote “Almost” perfect is that I want to be able to collapse headings, areas, and notes (under project titles). Without the ability to collapse these the work environment can get cluttered.
JCK1970 - Like it!
Playing with app on and off for a few days and I think I can centralize so many things! This could be a life changer! The cost seems rather high and unreasonable to not share across platforms, so loses a star.
CARGO architecture - An app that deliver
I guess it’s a like all German design. It’s respond to functions. A great app that does more with plenty of well integrated practical features. The Ui is super simple which make a gentle learning curve. I look forward to see the result of my daily use of this list app in my personal and professional life and activities.
Beil - Fairly good but missing some features
I have tried many task management apps, from simple checklists all the way to very complex ones, and Things3 lands in the middle. It is certainly more capable than a basic checklist, it has a number of nice features, and a nicely crafted UI/UX. It is a definite plus that the app is one-time-purchase as opposed to a subscription like so many others have become. (Some apps are worthy of being a subscription but a to-do list isn't one of them.)
On the other hand it is missing some other features that are now standard in other to-do apps. It also lacks some basic features that would benefit most users and not complicate the user experience at all. Unfortunately the company behind the app is notably quiet about features it is considering, working on, or that have even been put on a ‘roadmap’. This approach is a shame when many other similar apps/services are more communicative & transparent these days.
TLDR; All in all, watch the promo videos for Things3 and be aware that that is all are getting before you buy. It is pretty good but it has limitations.
Max le terrible - Formidable
Chenziii - Apple Watch support
I’d really love to be able to switch between lists on my Apple Watch instead of only being able to see “Today”
AceOfThumbs - Just use Apple’s Reminders app
The layout doesn’t make sense, the Apple Watch integration is unintuitive and you have to buy the app again for an iPad or a Mac. I saw the high ratings and the description sounds good. Basically, you can add tasks to today view in the iPhone and see them in the watch, but the other tasks are not available. If you add a task from the watch, it doesn’t appear on the watch. It just feels like a poor effort. Maybe they don’t own an Apple Watch? Checking recent reviews, I see that the large number of high ratings came earlier. Then I explored Apple’s Reminderss app and found that it is quite powerful now. And everything is accessible on the Apple Watch, iPad and Mac, the way it should be. Update: I checked the Apple Watch help on the website and it just says what I already did. You only see today view, not other tasks and adding after adding a task to the watch, it disappears from the watch. With multiple taps it can be added to today and according to the dev, you can make adding to the today view a default. Anyway, the app isn’t for me and not interested in reinstalling again. Reminders does all that I need and is included for free.
Iceberg CTG - Best app on the iPhone
I have been a Things user for several years. I have drifted away at times and tried other productivity apps which always end up being cumbersome. I keep returning to Things for its simplicity and its interface, its truly a joy to use this app!
Working guy - App Looks Good
The app has lots of promise, a nice layout, and the features I like. But the functionality of it is limited in that I cannot sync to a windows machine. For that reason I won’t use it as much as I would like.
Lookey7000 - Ok..
It’s ok, very expansive for what you get but better then subscription. I will never pay for a subscription to a to-do list.. paying 100$ plus to have it on all devices is crazy excessive.
Would be really nice to have a windows app included, well for another 70$..
List app researcher - Few things I wish they would add
It’s ok but I wish 1) there was a way to add headings to a list; not just a project. 2)Also, I wish that undone items from Today would roll to the next day if not checked off. 3)I would really like to be able to add attachments to projects.
Liam31 - Tools needed for 5 stars:
1) We should have some Colour coding ability added with regards to headings, tags, search, etc.
2) sort the today list manually when you have headings present
Dave Pynchon - Incredible for personal task management!
Stellar app. There are none better for personal task management. Here are some things I love about Things 3:
1. Scheduling tasks and projects is incredibly intuitive and easy. Timeblock with Apple Calendar with simple drag and drop, and schedule tasks by dragging them onto the Upcoming view. 2. Intuitive keyboard navigation. It’s fast: You don't need a mouse for anything!
3. Area / Project / Header organization. You can add descriptions to projects, and organize projects and tasks in an intuitive way. You can't do this in many task managers.
4. Project completion indicators
5. When / Due Dates for projects and tasks. 6. Quick task, website, and email entry to the Inbox. So smooth. 7. Inbox / Today / Upcoming / Anytime / Someday / Logbook smart folders
8. Calendar integration. No other task managers do it so well. It seems obvious after you've used it. 9. It's beautiful, pleasant to use, and just has incredible design. However, I wish it had collaboration built-in. I would like for my wife and I to only use Things 3 to manage our personal lives and household, but unfortunately we also have to use Todoist for collaboration, which introduces a lot of unnecessary redundancy and friction. A lot of personal tasks and projects end up being scattered between the two, which sort of defeats the purpose of a personal task manager. For instance, I'm always having to delegate tasks to my wife, update them after the fact, and check-in on how they're going. She also has to do the same for me. Delegation often requires native file attachments. And there’s just no easy way to do any of these in Things 3. For example, I create a project in Things 3 complete with some notes, headers, some tasks, and some key resources (links to files). I then have to convert them to text, send them over to my wife via text message or email, and the project organization is basically lost. My wife then has to copy and format all this information into her task manager, and ask to be granted access to the file attachment links (for each link). If I want to update a task or project, I have to send her another text message and the process repeats again. There’s also no way I can find out how a project is going without texting her again. There’s just so much wasted time and friction collaborating in Things 3. So we need to use a mixture of Todoist, and Things 3 to manage our personal tasks, which is definitely a lot harder than if everything were to be managed in Things 3. Anyway, great app, I'm happy to support them. I just wish they would introduce collaboration and native file attachments. Also, the markdown could be tweaked to be more visually appealing.
Leviathan - What happened?
This app used to work flawlessly until widgets was implemented. Every time a reminder pops up on my screen as a notification I press it to hit complete and when I go into the application later it does not reflect as if I completed it and sometimes I wonder about some of the tasks that I have done. Apple Watch app works the same way if I complete a task on there it does not reflect as completed on my iPhone.
OldDeacon - Restore this option
I used to be able to have Things open with Today. However, now it opens at the full menu list. Please restore my original option. I am unable to get it in Settings.
Vpakg - One of favourite apps
I’ve been relying on things to keep my tasks organized for a while. I’m so happy they’ve added markdown support, it was my only complaint. One of my most used apps on mobile and desktop.
Rivanor - web_knows - Perfect, but the markdown implementation? :(
Love the app, use it everywhere on a daily basis for years. Was really happy to see markdown being implemented after waiting for it for so long!
But I can’t stand the fact they deliberately decided to keep the markdown syntax visible. Makes the text so unpleasant that takes a bit of Things’ elegance away - so much so I’m only using listing. My OCPD can’t stand the rest.
Rubberducky0071 - Feedback - calendar
Great app I’d like to see a calendar of the month viewable for people who do shift work and can look into the distance. The 5 day stretch isn’t the greatest for that. If you guys could create a tab at the top of the screen for viewable modes ” To do list l Calendar “ That would be very beneficial to shift workers or others who can see the whole schedule as a whole similar to Google calendars. Otherwise great app thanks!
Cookieengine42 - Best App Ever
This app is great, helps keeping life more organized.
Bjorkwheat - So promising but Apple Watch app useless
This is a really great implementation of the getting things done way of time management. And if an app is good, I can justify spending the money for multiple platforms.
However, in an ecosystem where stuff “just works”, getting Things to sync with your Apple Watch is nigh on impossible. Upgrade iOS install uninstall; what is this, Windows-level troubleshooting? Love the app on every platform, but highly disappointed with the pretty much useless iPhone “sync”.
Hectorpal - Keep it up. Got a bug
I started using it again and I’m loving it.
Protect the speed!
Bug: Adding new to-do from safari by share just disappeared.
$@.!:-$7:($732169!;;$? - Widgets
Please make the widgets on dark mode nicer
XXgatorbladeXx - Add to iCal
I would rate 5 if there was an add to iCal feature!
DuraidAbdul - Beautiful app!
Been using Things on all my devices for years. It’s excellent!
Feliix Nguyen - Optimized app
Ggerfhjyfxx - My favourite app
Dominiklee - Not compatible with other iOS devices
I purchased the Things 3 app for iPhone after Wunderlist was discontinued and I needed a new organization and task management app. $14 for an award winning app seemed reasonable. However, they fail to tell you that this is for the iPhone app only and you would not have access to the iPad app or Mac app, which are separate purchases. It’s another $28 for the iPad app and $63 for the Mac app. So a whopping $100+ for something that most other task organization apps offer for free across all platforms. Their justification is that these apps take more time to develop... what a joke. Just because their app is more aesthetically pleasing, it does not justify needing to pay $100 to use it across all of your devices when you can easily just use a free one. I’m all for supporting developers, but this is excessive.
Pauldauv - Amazingly useful app
Things can be used in a simple manner or in as complex manner as you wish. It is a very powerful app. Thoroughly recommended! Don't hesitate to use Things.
980507 - Logbook feature request
I love it. One suggestion I have is a setting to be able to clear the logbook after a chosen period of time, e.g. daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, manually.
Mr.mustbeorganized - App is working great
So far no complaints about this app. I read the first part of “Getting Things Done” by Dave Allen and the concept of capturing ideas and then following the process. I’ve got a lot of things going on and this app has kept me very organized. For years I was using a paper scheduler day to day, that showed the week and the month but things would change and over the years I didn’t even have enough room to write everything down. This app has just been amazing for my workflow.
Next mission is to find a notes app for more detailed things I’m thinking and everything will be fantastic. Shoutout to the team who created this app!
Mikej4242 - First week
It’s only been a week and I’m still learning the intricacies. It is easy to use and I got value out of it the first day.
Mt93~8 - So far so good
Testing the app and so far so good. Paid for the iPhone version. Mac trial is 15 days and the sync works. Really enjoy the feel of the iPhone app and entries on the Mac with plenty of support for efficient keyboard entry.
I started task management with Remember the Milk and been using OmniFocus for years. They each work differently. Finding that I am engaged really well with Things 3 so far.
In general I really like the composition of the app with areas, projects, tasks and checklists - it’s very straightforward.
My plan is to use the iPhone and Mac apps for two weeks and see how I like it.
Oh - re pricing - one benefit is family sharing seems to be available - so if this keeps working for me I can share with my family members - and unlike OmniFocus or RTM I feel the app will be manageable as a task app for all.
Mr Do Good - Amazing
This is the best to do app out there. I was looking for a replacement to OmniFocus because their prices were absolutely ludicrous and I stumbled on Things 3. It does almost everything OmniFocus does but it is much easier to use and looks great! Not only that but one can buy Things3 for a reasonable 1 Time purchase. I am very happy with things 3.
The only thing I would do to improve it would be to add headings in the areas section and to have headings in general collapse. That and offer the ability to have tags as a separate section. These improvements do not diminish Things 3 in any way, but are potential enhancements that will give customers everything they need so that they never have to even look at any other terrible subscription based apps (OmniFocus) claiming to help with GTD but actually wasting their time and money.
Bravo Developers you have yourself a fan. I am going to purchase the iPad version of the app sometime as well because you have not tried to screw your customers over with terrible overpriced subscription models.
Spartles - Best To Do List App
Absolutely love this app. It is the most useful and efficient to do list app I’ve ever used. It is very intuitive and keeps everything organized. The project and scheduling features keep my list manageable and help me stay focused on what’s important right now without forgetting tasks for later.
Typeandtimber - Life changing
I don’t say this lightly. This is one of the all-time greatest apps. Huge kudos to no subscription model too.
Francoismajor - Amazing product and always up to date
I just love the new widgets. You can easily choose which list to show. I just made a smart stack with today, upcoming, anytime, deadlines. I can easily swipe between them and have my tasks visible at all times. Awesome job!
Ccjto - Great app
This is coming from a productivity geek. I use it on iPhone and Mac. I like the integration with Airmail too. I wish the font wouldn’t keep getting smaller on an email chain but otherwise I’m pleased. Steven in support helped me quickly with a question I had after an update.
2018_General_Zod - It’s the best
Been using it for years, no complaints.
Blackshadows22 - Amazing
Best app I’ve ever used..... EVER!
iPhone user for 10+ years
9!('slqgq - A life saver. Best thing I’ve come across by a long shot
I love it
Pigjake - 👍App
Have only had this app for a few days but absolutely love it! Works flawlessly!
Krazyleaf - Pretty Good
I would definitely recommend adding support for pictures or scans. I wish there was an option for iCloud sync instead of your servers.
Nickthorpie - Good app, WIDGET FUNCTIONALITY
This app combined with fantastical is my entire life. Don’t want to give this less than 5 stars but hear my comment out.
My complaint is just about widget/shortcut functionality, which is completely fine because of course these are new features.
1. When you add a todo from the widget, it puts it in your inbox instead of the list displayed
2. Limited shortcut support. Need to see a list in a shortcut workflow without it just opening the app in the background, need to be able to pull information out of a list as a shortcut variable, and need to be able to edit a list not just write(eg check off all to-do’s in a list to clear it.
3. Limited export support. This isn’t a big deal if you improve the shortcut support(like pulling list info as a variable), but it would be nice to allow myself to export my things to today’s calendar and vice versa.
Drd123456 - Fantastic it simple and complex
This app is the best of both worlds. I have used many programs nothing comes close to the ease of use with the list of potential functions.
It’s definitely well built.
Pofessor - Great
I have the app on both my iPhone and iPad and suddenly the two are not in sync. When a create a reminder on my iPad it doesn’t automatically show up on my iPhone. This problem needs to be fixed!
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We will be taking a break from all scheduled programs and events from 12/20 thru 1/3. BUT just wait..... we have so many things planned for 2021 and we are happy you will be part of it!
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I rolled into Xmas with a clear screening strategy:
1. Wonder Woman 1984
I like to complete things, so the series had to go last.