Corti 4+

Easy task control

Piotr Fulmanski

Designed for iPad

    • Free


Corti is an easy to use to do list and time logger application that helps you get stuff done and measure how much time it took.

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Whether you need grocery list for today, have some stuff to complete due to going a vacation, or collect time you spend working on a project, Corti makes it easy to manage all your related tasks.

* Clear summary of all tasks
* Clear information about the progress of every tasks
* Change task status quickly with just one touch
* One look to know what you need to do, what should and what can be done
* Quickly create multiple tasks
* Timer tasks to measure time duration
* Details of timer tasks
* Two types of list: active (needs your attention "now") and inactive (postponed for future use)
* Due date or autoactivate list date
* Add note to list or task

Thanks to syncing between phone and watch, to control applications in a basic way, you do not even have to take your phone out of your pocket.

Current version does not allow to instantly syncs between your devices (phone, tablet), but you can easily export and import all your data with just two clicks via iCloud.

What’s New

Version 1.5

1. A new task type has been added: counting task (to count number of repetitions or values).
2. A Share option has been added to Settings allowing you to send a copy of the data to other applications.
3. The history display has changed - the full history of task state changes is now available.

App Privacy

The developer, Piotr Fulmanski, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

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