Any To Do App Review: Daily iPhone Task Manager

This week, we’re diving into non-gaming apps, and today we spotlight Any To Do. While it comes with a higher price tag, it could be a valuable tool for certain users. Personally, I prefer using 2Do on my iPad, but Any To Do also has its merits.

Although it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of 2Do, Any To Do introduces an innovative quadrant system for managing tasks.

This system categorizes tasks as Urgent, Important, or neither, allowing you to quickly see which tasks are most critical. This is a departure from the typical organization by due date or entry time seen in most to-do apps, and it’s a feature I find quite useful for prioritizing tasks at a glance.

A notable feature of Any To Do is its ability to synchronize with Evernote. It also offers options for setting notifications, scheduling recurring tasks, and integrating with social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, or syncing with other calendars.

Compared to other apps, Any To Do focuses less on detailed organization and more on prioritizing and listing essential tasks.

This approach is ideal for those who need a straightforward, task-oriented system.

Any To Do is available in the App Store for $5.99 on iPhone and $8.99 on the iPad. While the price is on the higher side, the unique quadrant view and its targeted functionality might make it worth the investment. For those unsure, there are lite versions available to test out its features.


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