Remember The Milk To-do App Now Has an iPad Version

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Remember The Milk – the popular online to-do app – now has an iPad app.

Remember The Milk was one of my first favorite to-do / task management apps for iOS, way back in the early days of the App Store. I paid $25 to upgrade my account so I had access to the iPhone app and enjoyed using the app until some other slicker native apps with desktop companion apps for the Mac came along.

And today I learned that it’s been updated to a universal app, meaning it now has a full-fledged iPad version.

I wish Remember The Milk offered a desktop app, as I moved away from the app due to finding its online app interface a bit clunky to use. By now there are a number of task management titles that have powerful iOS and desktop apps – so I find it hard to ‘settle’ for just an online companion.

It looks like the free version of the app now offer all its features, but limits you ton only one sync every 24 hours – which is not a viable option for many power users. You can upgrade to a Pro account to gain unlimited sync, via In-App purchase at $2.99 a month or $24.99 per year. It’s good that there is a monthly option, so you can try the app out at full strength without incurring too great a cost.

Here’s an App Store link for Remember The Milk; it’s a free app with sync limitations and In-App Purchase account upgrades as mentioned above. It’s a universal app designed to run on both iPad and iPhone.


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3 thoughts on “Remember The Milk To-do App Now Has an iPad Version”

  1. I would recommend checking out http://www.Gtdagenda.com for an online task manager.

    You can use it to manage your goals, projects and tasks, set next actions and contexts, use checklists, schedules and a calendar.
    Syncs with Evernote, and also comes with mobile-web version, and Android and iPhone apps.

    1. I love Things, for its beautiful, simple UI, but it has two main drawbacks right now – no OTA sync (just local WiFi) and it is quite pricy as you have to pay for all three apps (iPhone, iPad, desktop) – there’s no universal iOS app.

      I still consider it worthwhile, but others might balk at $10 iPhone app, $20 iPad app, and $50 desktop app.

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