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■ Goodbye endless list of to-dos. With Ivy you can focus on up to six tasks per day to beat the overwhelming feeling of having too much to do at once.

■ Get social. Share your daily to-dos with Ivy Community to get encouraged, and encourage people to get their to-dos done.

■ Tag your to-dos. Categorize your to-dos in three different buckets; Self, Life, and Focus.

■ Plan ahead. If there's something you know you want to do in the future, add it using your calendar in Ivy.

■ Reflect on your day. Every day, take a minute to reflect on how you feel about how your day went.

■ Track your progress. Keep track of your mood, your reflections, and your progress over time to see how far you've come.


"There are so many things I want to accomplish in my personal life. But, they are the last thing I think about and often don’t get don’t. Ivy helps me prioritize these things and tracks my ability to build healthy habits that make my life better!"

"Today I was reminded that I had missed using my IVY for a few days. Amazing how fast I fell back into that decision fatigue mode. Thanks Murph Technologies!!!"

"I’ve been using Ivy for a few months now to help with task management. The addition of long-term goals definitely adds more (very simple) functionality to a very simple app."





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What’s New

Version 3.2.1

Thanks for using Ivy! This version of Ivy includes some minor bug fixes to make your experience even smoother.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
104 Ratings

104 Ratings

uhokayiguess ,

Beauty (and productivity) in simplicity

I have used a lot of to do apps over the years, and I admit at first I was disappointed with Ivy’s lack of bells and whistles. I even sent the company feedback suggesting the addition of subtasks and timers.

But! I loved the clean interface and decided to give the app a go and I am so glad I did. I quickly realized my temptation to add subtasks was about trying to ‘sneak in’ more than 6 items, and if something couldn’t clearly be defined by one task; it was really two (or three! Or four!) tasks.

I see a lot of complaints in the reviews about the task limit, but the thing is you can always decide to do more than 6 once you finish the 6 things you set out to do. The Point isn’t that you HAVE TO only do 6 things, it’s that making a list of 6 things forces you to prioritize and choose what you really HAVE TO do today vs creating a to-do list you will never empty in a standard workday.

I am very thankful for Ivy teaching me how to make a to do lists can actually empty! I also LOVE the way it asks you to reflect on your day and tracks you stats over time. Often, when you work a job doing many of the same things day after day it’s easy to feel like you aren’t really going anywhere or ‘doing anything’ Ivy provides a nice easy way to look back on what you have done.


Maderdod ,

Good App

Pretty basic features but it does the job nicely. I really like being able to schedule tasks which makes daily organization a lot easier. I’ve used other to-do list apps but I really like the calendar and schedule-ability part of this one. The design is sleek but doesn’t have a lot of features. It would be nice to see more things like colors/themes/dark mode in new updates but the interface works fine for simple, daily use. The 6 task cap is a little annoying so it would be nice to remove that as well. You can list multiple tasks on the same to-do which is annoying but sort of solves the issue. Overall, a good app that has room for improvement but still functions very well as a daily schedule organizer.

lilybp ,

Why Can’t I Get In?

I downloaded this app yesterday, and I still can’t get in. I would love to be able to use this app, it seems great, but I can’t even get past the first step. When I open the app, it advertises its subscription; I do not want it. Yesterday, there wasn’t the “no thank you” option, but now today there is. I clicked on the the “no thank you” and tried to set up an account. I was able to do that, but then it asked me for the subscription again! The only reason why I don’t want the subscription is because I don’t have enough money for it. I denied the subscription yet again, and then proceeded to sign in. The advertisement popped up again, and I can’t get past it to use the actual app. I am frustrated and I would like to be able to use this, but this app doesn’t want me to deny the subscription it seems like! I want to be able to use this, but I literally can’t.

Developer Response ,

Hi there,

Thanks for your feedback. If you update to the newest version of Ivy, you'll be able to use Ivy for free.

Take care,

The Ivy Team


Murph Technologies Inc.
28 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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