Design exclusively for macOS, TickTick is your daily must-have to-do & task list to get all things done.
TickTick can be accessed on more than 10 different platforms including Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch which enables you to manage tasks on all your devices/Web.
- Add task via shortcut (Command+Shift+A)
- Instant reminder
- Set priority levels to tasks
- Set flexible recurring tasks
- Create checklists within tasks
- Sort tasks by order/date/name/priority
- Sync all your tasks across all devices
TickTick is free but you can also upgrade to Premium account for full access of premium features for $2.99 a month or $27.99 a year through an auto-renewing subscription.
- Grid view and Timeline view of calendar
- Custom Smart List
- Description for checklist
- Reminders for sub-tasks
- More lists and tasks (299 lists, 999 tasks in each list, 199 subtasks in each task)
- Add at most 5 reminders to each task
- Share a task list up to 19 members for better task collaboration
- Upload up to 99 attachments every day
Subscriptions for Premium account will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless cancelled at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel a subscription during the active period. You can manage your subscriptions in the Account Settings after purchase.
How TickTick makes you productive:
- Get all things done
- Never miss a schedule
- Make work more productive
- Keep life on track
Connect with us:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TickTickTeam @TickTickTeam
Help Center: https://help.ticktick.com/
- Support "Edit this recurrence only" when editing a recurring task.
Ratings and Reviews
I’ve used a variety of digital and paper planners. I have to say, tick tick is the best I’ve come across so far. I think there is a powerhouse of features under the hood and a fair amount of customizable themes as well. It keeps the overall app fresh, plus there are regular updates. I was originally using Nirvana app (GTD method) for my to do lists and whatnot, but have now started creating those lists in tick tick. While some of the more fine tuned aspects of Nirvana get lost, the functionality (for me) is about the same. I like that I can have my lists and planner all in ONE app. Very convenient. I also have to say, the option to attach files to any planner event is a lifesaver. Gone are the days looking for an email to provide me some info on an event. Now I screen shot the email (or anything) and can instantly attach it.
The only things I would ask be improved are adding the premium dark theme that’s on the iphone and ipad to the desktop version. Also, on the iphone app you can press and hold to arrange your daily tasks in month view. I wish this feature was also available on the desktop version for month view. Aside from these minor issues, it’s a wonderful app and worth the cost.
Excellent clean task organizer of medium-high power, lacks some advanced features
TickTick is a very nice and clean implementation of a GTD-inspired task organizer. It supports a sufficiently advanced task organization model where tasks could have subtasks and projects could be organized into one-level of folders (playing the role of areas in Nirvana and other GTD tools). It also has necessary tags to support other kinds of organization. With that it is two levels above basic tools with flat list of projects like Microsoft todo or Google Tasks and one level above tools with flat list of tasks as Nirvana and could be be used by people with reasonably advanced needs. The tool is a bit less advanced in "engaging" part of GTD that is critical to pick up next task to work on. It does have several views, search, and vital "smart views", but lacks several other ways offered by "true GTD" tools like Web-based FacileThings or Nirvana. Yet, if you want a tool with a good Mac client that could sync with a mobile app, TickTick is as strong as you could find for medium-high needs. It lacks just a few advanced features that you could find in Todoist like hierarchical project organization, but comes with a bit lower price and a bit cleaner interface. If your organizational need is not super challenging, it will support you in full.
This application is entirely underrated in every possible way. I can say this confidently having used Todoist, Things, Notion, Zenkit, MS To Do, and pretty much you name it, and I've tried it. Also, that's not to say that I hop from app to app looking for the next best thing and I rarely ever leave reviews because most reviews are worthless. This is so say, that I have moved over to TickTick from Things after a solid 3-years (maybe a bit more) of use. TickTick has a by far better and more comprehensive feature set, is more flexible in its use, and has a very nice aesthetic just the same. Does Things look better? Yes, in my opinion, it does and some of the fine details that have been included are very lovely. Is Things or Todoist a better application? Not even remotely. TickTick is incredibly powerful including writing notes in rendered Markdown, is truly cross platform, and very fairly priced. Well done to the team at TickTick, keep it up, and don't lose your focus. Please don't just push new features for the sake of pushing features. Look at the little details and keep doing your thing!
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- 52.3 MB
- Requires macOS 10.12 or later.
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- Annual TickTick Premium $27.99