To Do List

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Morning App

The Morning app wakes you up and instantly lets you know what the weather will be like that day, what your calendar looks like and more.


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The Donna App

Siri’s got an assistant. The Donna app acts as an electronic manager of your day, reminding you about things such as meetings and the weather.


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The Easily Do App

EasilyDo acts as a digital right hand, doing things like checking traffic before your commute or letting you know when it’s time to leave.


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Carrot App

To-do lists generally don’t have a lot of personality. You write something down… you check it off. But the Carrot app makes to-do lists fun.


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Fantastical App

Calendar apps haven’t really progressed much since the launch of the app store, but Fantastical makes it a little easier to schedule events.


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Note.S App

It’s not hard to find a notes app for your iDevice. There is, in fact, one that ships with the system, but its pretty barebones. The Note S app offers a much more elegant look, but doesn’t sacrifice simplicity.


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Projectbook lets you blend your notes, photos, audio recordings and more onto a single page, letting you stay on top of things.


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The Astrid App

Smart phones are all about staying organized and the Astrid app is just one more way to do that.


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Fancy will hook you up with people willing to run your errands or complete your daily tasks.