To Do is a simple, free To-Do list manager written as a favor for some friends. It provides barebones task management. You can add, order and manage your to do items. Basic priority and note support adds extra functionality.
This is a courtesy update for some people who pinged me requesting iPhone 5 screen size support and a few other things.
It's really hard to update some of these apps because doing so cuts off a lot of end-users on archaic OS'es. Plus the code-base dates back to 2007. For now, I've decided to aim for 5.1 as a compromise.
Please ping me with requests at the normal places.
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Gets the job done, no fun, no style
You can add and delete tasks, set them as normal (dark grey) or high (red) priority, add notes to them and reorder your list. That’s it. When you mark a list item as complete, it turns light grey but stays put. The icon for the To Do app is a checkmark, so I thought it would provide a tick box to mark an item as complete. Instead, the procedure is much less intuitive: highlight the item, tap the priority level button labeled “123″ and then tap the “completed” button. When you don’t want to see it any more, press “Edit” and delete it the way we used to have to delete our email, one ponderous item at a time. To Do gets the job done competently but without a sense of style. It feels like submitting TPS reports in triplicate. I’ll definitely keep looking for something better.
The font is now microscopic! Idiotic upgrade. Dumping it and looking for something else.
App just keeps crashing.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.