Due remembers all the things that you need so you don't have to.
Because it repeatedly reminds you of things until you act on them, it‘s impossible to forget anything.
Most importantly, it's lightning-fast to set and postpone reminders, all thanks to a clever time picker and natural date parsing.
1. Persistent & Effective
Auto Snooze repeatedly* notifies you of missed reminders until marked done or rescheduled. Choose between intervals of every 1, 5, 10, 15, 30 and 60 minutes.
2. Fast to Set, Fast to Postpone
A time picker with 12 preset and fully customizable times lets you set due dates and postpone reminders in record time.
3. Natural Date & Time Parsing
Due can also parse dates and times that you typed or dictate and offer to set the due dates and times for you.
4. Countdown Timers
Precise to the second, perfect for making the perfect soft-boiled eggs, brewing your coffee and more. Set them up once and reuse them forever
5. Powerful Recurring Reminders
From the simple daily and weekly reminders to the complex every-3rd-Wednesday-of-the-month kind of reminders
6. Keep in Sync**
Use iCloud or Dropbox to keep your reminders and timers in sync across your iPhone, iPad and Mac.
7. Works Offline, Completely Private
There is no account to sign up for. We don't store, and we can't access your reminders and timers. And you don't need internet to receive reminders.
8. Accessible to Everyone
Automatically adjusts text size according to your system setting, and offers full VoiceOver support. Due is also localized in 17 languages.
* By default, auto snooze repeats 5 times, and can be configured to repeat up to 10 times. Due can auto snooze any overdue items indefinitely when you launch Due or act on any of its notifications.
** Sync on Mac requires Due for Mac (sold separately)
WHAT'S THAT IN-APP PURCHASE ABOUT?
When you purchase Due today, you will have access to every feature in the app today—no further purchase required.
You will also get access to all new features released one year from your date of purchase.
The optional Due Upgrade Pass subscription allows you to continue getting access to all new features released one year *after* your date of purchase.
And here's the deal: Every feature that you have unlocked will remain available to you, forever—even if you stop subscribing.
Should you choose not to subscribe, after one year, you will continue to receive updates in the form of bug fixes and compatibility updates with the latest devices, iOS, iPadOS and watchOS.
Due has a pretty good track record with that.
To illustrate: If you purchased Due back in 2010 for your iPhone 3G running iOS 4 then, that very same app in 2020 is now optimized for iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPad Pro running iOS 13, as well as on Apple Watch—and you don’t have to pay a single cent more to use the app on these devices, on the new iOS.
Due requires an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad running iOS 12 or later.
With widgets, you can now see at a glance what is overdue and what is due soon. The medium-sized widget also gives you shortcuts to jump right into adding and searching reminders, as well as viewing your timers. Stay on top of your reminders even without launching Due.
20.10: Improved widget localization for Japanese, French and Polish.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Love the widgets!
This app is the left side of my brain. I am a subscriber not only because it’s worth it, but because I want this excellent indie developer to keep on doing such a great job of maintaining, updating and improving this app. He is always coming up with more and more features, always useful improvements. This is my favorite 3d party Apple app ever. I truly appreciate the ongoing commitment to the quality of the user experience, not just the functionality. Just one of the reasons I love this app and hope never to have to live without it. And I love that can dictate Due reminders using Siri in the car, where I often think of things I still need to do. Due is still hands-down the best money I ever spent in the App Store. The interactive notification snoozing is awesome too. This app offers a real and large difference and improvement over Apple’s Reminders. Due is the procrastinator’s best friend, and the cure-all for my stress- and age-induced ADD. Been using it since about a month after I got my first iPhone in 2010, and it will never leave my phone dock. Got it for both my parents, and I’m convinced it has already saved my 77-year-old father‘s life by reminding him to take his heart meds at the same time every day. That is not an exaggeration. Love, love, love, NEED this app. Planning to look into the Mac version too after seeing all the additional things you can do. They should market it as a life-management app. That sums up what I use it for, no joke.
Developer Response ,
Thanks Janie, I'm so happy to learn that Due has been of much help to you and your parents. Frankly, when I started Due in 2010, I wasn't sure if it was going to work out. I'm thrilled to hear from customers who are still finding value from the app they bought more than 9 years ago!
One of the few indispensable apps
This app is probably the most used in my productivity portfolio. I use it for anything that I MUST do: take meds, call someone, check on something at work. It is so effective because it does one thing better than any other app I’ve ever found: it bugs the you-know-what out of you until you get something done.
For example: I take medicine every day at lunch. But my lunch time varies, anytime between 11-1. I have a reminded set here for 11, and it reminds me again and again (based on an interval I select) until I mark it completed. So, at 11, it dings me. If I ignore it, or don’t hear it, or don’t have my phone on me, it will ding me again, and again, and again, until I mark it complete. This is the behavior I need. An app that reminds me once and then ends up in notifications is useless to me; I need constant reminding until I have the time and focus to mark it done.
This will be the best $5 you spend in the App Store. I’ve been using it for years now, and, as I said in my review title, it’s indispensable.
Now with a yearly subscription 👎🏻
This is one of favorite apps of all time. I hate the thought of not using it. I refuse to be forced into a yearly subscription though and I don’t care if it is $4.99 or 0.99. I paid for the original app thinking that was it. Version 3 came out and I paid again to upgrade. Now we have widgets which truthfully I have been waiting for some time for. I updated due today and big surprise now they require a yearly subscription for widgets to work. I understand that time went into planning and development for this feature and I am WILLING TO PAY FOR IT, ONCE!! Saying that you will get all upgrades for the next year is not good enough, I’m still paying $4.99/year for features that I have no way of knowing whether I want or not until they arrive.
So unfortunately unless there is an option within the next few days for a one time in app purchase to unlock this feature I will find another to do app that will work with widgets and delete this one.
I swear I miss the days of paying for something and getting what you pay for. Now it’s subscription this and subscription that everywhere. I understand that everybody need to make a buck but I’m not looking to make an investment into a company. I just want to buy a dang product and have it work.
- Due Apps LLP
- 60.1 MB
Requires iOS 12.0 and watchOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2010–2020 Due Pte. Ltd.
- In-App Purchases
- Annual Upgrade Pass $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.
Get things done within this app using just your voice.