The Todoist To Do List | Task List app has an iPad version. The app was just updated yesterday to Version 6.0 and became a universal app, with a full iPad version – and it looks just great. I’d looked at Todoist before and been impressed, but the lack of an iPad version had been a dealbreaker for me,
I’ve just installed the iPad version and the Mac app this morning and I am impressed again. In fact, I’m super excited about this app. I’m obsessive about task lists and task management and rely on them heavily to run my life and work. And this app looks like a serious contender to displace my current task management app, Wunderlist.
I switched to Wunderlist primarily because of its cross-platform support – so I could run it on my iPads and on my Galaxy Note 2 and more. Todoist checks off the same boxes in this area – great looking iPad app, nice Android app, good web app, and a very good Mac app too. It also has a clean and beautiful UI that I am already falling for in a big way.
Here are some of the key features of Todoist, and details on what you get when you upgrade to a Premium account for $29 per year:
• Synchronize your tasks across all your devices!
• Save your todo list to the cloud (Todoist.com)
• Add and manage unlimited tasks and sub-tasks
• Get organized with powerful features such as due dates, recurring dates, sub-tasks, task priorities, and colored projects
• Organize tasks into projects and sub-projects
• Access your task manager while being offline
With a Premium account, you’ll experience the most outstanding task management experience on the market: ▸ Set up and receive reminders through SMS, email, or push notifications ▸ Get even more organized using task notes, colorable labels, and powerful filters ▸ Track and improve your productivity on Todoist.com
I’m going to run this app concurrently with Wunderlist for a while, but I already have a strong feeling I’ll be moving over to Todoist as my task manager.
What’s your favorite task manager app on the iPad and all your devices?
Here’s an App Store link for Todoist; it’s a free app with a Premium account upgrade as mentioned above.