An advanced list management app. Check out “List! Lite” for free before purchasing. As this is the most commonly requested feature, please note that List! does not have iCloud/synchronization support.
• Multiple nested lists
• Landscape support
• Multiline list item titles
• Notes, priorities, and due dates/times
• Repeating due dates
• Help screens and ‘How To’ tip balloons
• Icon badge number
• Delete Checked/Check All/Uncheck All actions
• Copy/Delete/Move multiple items at a time
• Dynamic sorting on multiple attributes
• In-app email of list and list items
• In-app settings
• Export/import list and list items via HTML email
• Import list items via text
• Badge background updates
• List item alert notifications
Features not currently supported:
What’s new in 2.51:
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One step short of perfect
Time and again I get lured off to another list program by the promise of cloud synchronization, a feature I find myself wanting or needing more every day. Enough to buy another app, go through the pain of moving over hundreds of items, and the learning curve of getting used to another list program, which is particularly hard since I live in my list every day, all day.
But I keep finding myself back with List! for one reason or another. The biggest reasons are that List! never crashes on me, while other list programs which shall remain nameless not only crash but tend to lose all the changes I've made for a while before; and that other list programs always seem to be lacking some basic feature like copying/moving from list to list, or dragging items into order.
Sure, they also sometimes have nice things like additional or customized fields, line coloring, subtotals and totals, item icons, media support, etc. and I certainly would use those things if I had them. But I don't need them to get by. The cloud synchronization option is the only thing I need that List! doesn't have.
That lure will keep drawing me away, I'm sure. So I just hope that Secret Society gets that sync ability before any of the other list apps get reliability and a full suite of basic features. Here's hoping!
Amazing! Took a bit of time initially to understand how things work, but it was a great investment! The app is actually simple to use when you see how it works. I like how app saves your place (when closed and reopened it goes right back to where you were), imports and exports text, has robust reminder options, capitalization options (nice!), option for expanding rows, search feature, etc. It was very reasonably priced and has a nice, noticeable icon. So glad I found this app! Thank you!
Liked it well enough, until...
Have used this for some time on my iPad and found it useful. But when my old iPad’s battery and available space revealed its age, I bought a new iPad. That’s when the problems with List! became apparent.
Turns out there are a couple of serious flaws in import/export, largely because it uses email as the only transfer facility. UNSECURED email, it doesn’t encrypt so you won’t want to use it if you keep sensitive information in a list. And even when my information WASN’T sensitive, attempts to send in importable form failed. At this point I’m looking into using a backup utility to transfer the program’s data file via a PC. Major fail. If that doesn’t work, I’ll be looking for another utility and re-entering it all manually.
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- Gary Riley
- 9.8 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © Gary Riley
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.