The satisfaction of checking things off, without any of the hard work!
From the maniacs who brought you The Most Dangerous Writing App (called "SADISTIC" and "BRUTAL" By WIRED) comes The Least Dangerous To-Do List.
Everybody needs a to-do list. We love that sweet release when you check things off... you know what we don't love? Doing stuff.
Doing stuff sucks.
Enter The Least Dangerous To-Do List: Every day, you get 6 new, decidedly low-effort tasks that as a living, breathing human being you're probably going to do anyway. Why not get the sweet reward of checking them off your to-do list, too?
Amazing features of the LDTDL (pronounce it any way you like!):
* Scientifically engineered for maximum dopamine release.
* Some tasks will actually be good for you.
* So many themes to choose from!
* No time wasted by having to think about what to do and write it down.
* No seriously, you can't even create your own tasks.
* Not for cheap, anyway.
* Fixes font sizes for smaller screens
* You should probably get a bigger phone
* Seriously, this is 2020
Ratings and Reviews
I feel extremely accomplished
I haven’t downloaded any apps in months because I forgot my Apple ID password and lacked the motivation to reset it. But, I wanted to download this app so not only did I finally reset my password, I also completed my first day of extremely easy to-dos in about 5 minutes. And in about 30 seconds I can take credit for submitting this review. Being an overachiever is a wonderful feeling, I think I’ll go make myself a margarita to celebrate.
I also like that you can cross off each to-do by swiping from left to right AND from right to left. A+ for UX.
Also! The line that crosses out the to-do is a big fat marker, not a wimpy ballpoint pen.
Great idea, not designed for small screens
This is a fun app, and the satisfaction of crossing of items is as advertised. However, there are many items that get clipped on my iPhone SE screen. Including the “buy” button for premium features!
Edit: It’s fixed for smaller screens now. Thanks devs!
Developer Response ,
We implore you to use your creativity! Alternatively, watch this space for an update that will fix that in the next few days!
UPDATE: version 1.2 should fix that.
5/5 stars would recommend
yes i’m writing this review because the app told me too as a task, but also i genuinely like it a lot. i downloaded this after seeing it on twitter (the driving force behind many of my actions) and it makes me feel a lot better self care and mental health wise, especially as someone with adhd who is failing to complete many other tasks!
tldr: this app gives me a sense of accomplishment that isn’t totally unwarranted, and is someone on my phone that actually makes me feel better which is rare
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- Manuel Ebert
- 14.7 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References Frequent/Intense Profanity or Crude Humor
- © 2020 Manuel Ebert
- In-App Purchases
- Hardcore Pass $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.