Best Daily Reoccurring Checklist App?

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by HappyDude20, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. HappyDude20 macrumors 68020

    HappyDude20

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    I follow the GTD methodology and primarilly use OmniFocus both on my Macbook & iPod Touch, however there are many # of things I need to do on a repetitive daily basis.

    Examples would be:

    Read "The Lost Symbol"
    Read "The Selfish Gene"
    Jog 2 Miles
    Put Eye Cream on
    Check For Mail (@ P.O. Box)
    Call Grandma
    Etc.

    I'd love to have some sort of checklist app where these action steps can be and I simply check them off during my day, since they aren't time specific...
    What i'd really love would be if the app would give me a fresh checklist of the same stuff every day, kinda like starting off with a clean slate everyday rather than me typing in all these things every morning.
     
  2. HappyDude20 thread starter macrumors 68020

    HappyDude20

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    Oh come on, I can't the only person trying to be productive with an iPod Touch.

    Currently i'm using ZeptoLiner which is...okay...

    ...But want something....amazing.
     
  3. Gokunama macrumors 6502a

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    I use [app]Touch Goal[/app], an app great for both checking off days and for keeping track of how often you complete the goals everyday.
     
  4. tedhogan macrumors member

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    Toodledo is very, very good. It is a web based application and it has an iPhone app. It's highly customizable, can be used from any computer, and has some of the most respectful and responsive developers I have ever seen.

    I'm not sure what your looking for that Omnifocus for the iPhone won't do for you....

    I found an app called habit tracker that's pretty cool... maybe that's what you're looking for...
     
  5. wazza12345 macrumors regular

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    appigo todo, just purchased it a week ago and very very happy with it. highly recommended. they have a lite version you can try for free..syncs with toodledoo as well
     
  6. ucfgrad93 macrumors P6

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    I use this as well. I also highly recommend it.
     
  7. tedhogan macrumors member

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    Also... not sure if this is something you might be interested it...

    The Habit Factor is a really cool little app I found
     
  8. Clete2 macrumors 65816

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    I use Todo. It's fantastic. Uses push notifications too.
     
  9. daytoncj macrumors member

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    Put Things Off is a good app. It allows you to literally put things off if you did them or didn't do them and will remind you the next day. shows a new list each day. once its done you can check it off and it goes away.
     
  10. HappyDude20 thread starter macrumors 68020

    HappyDude20

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    I have appigo's todo, which i used before switching to OmniFocus. its a good app, though personally needed more.

    Im gonna try out the habit factor and put things off apps, we'll see. :)
     
  11. DominikB macrumors newbie

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    For simple reminders, you can try NotifyMe. It's not really a "checklist", but more of a reminder for notifications which you don't want to put into your Calendar or OmniFocus.

    - Calendar for appointments and events with start and end date/time
    - OmniFocus for tasks, projects, long-term goals
    - NotifyMe for general daily reminders

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  12. Paratime macrumors newbie

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    I like LucidLists

    All those rotten bananas are another push to finish my daily todo list.
     
  13. Knowlege Bomb macrumors 601

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    I'm with these guys.

    How does Todo not do what you need? I use repeating checklists for my monthly bills and it works great.
     
  14. vofka macrumors newbie

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    You may try Pocket Lists as well. It offers daily reoccurring feature for both to-dos and to-do lists (checklists).
     
  15. jordbaer macrumors newbie

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    i use notify me

    it work perfect for me... easy too use.
     

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