Do It (Tomorrow)

By on August 2, 2011

There are a lot of todo apps out there.  Tons and tons of them to be exact.  If, however, you’re looking for a simply todo app that looks beautiful then Do It (Tomorrow) is the app for you.

This app is designed to look like a moleskine journal.  You basically have two pages.  There’s a today page and a tomorrow page.  Every task you enter has an arrow beside it that forwards tasks to tomorrow.  (There’s also an arrow that brings things back to today from tomorrow.)  And, that’s it.  There’s nothing else to the great minimalistic design.

Again, the fonts and feel of this thing are gorgeous.  It’s simple but well done and it could be just the ticket for someone looking for a great, good looking, basic todo app.

The basic app is available for free for the iPhone and android devices.  The paid HD version is available for the iPhone and iPad for just $1.99.

The paid version adds the ability to reorder tasks and, most importantly, the ability to sync between devices and the Do It (Tomorrow) website.

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