Ranked as “the best to-do list app” by Wirecutter (A New York Times
Company), loved by MKBHD as his favorite productivity tool, TickTick is trusted
by tens of millions of people to organize, manage and collaborate on tasks, both
at life and work. TickTick is a powerful to-do & task mana...
So far, So good. I use both Wunderlist and TickTick. TickTick has numerous features that Wunderlist lacks. Wunderlist was is a very good task oriented program, but falls under Microsoft’s umbrella of apps. Therefore, by design Wunderlist requires Outlook to get the full benefit of a calendar program to give the user a Calendar view. This isn’t the case with TickTick as it is right in the app. Genius...LOL.. While, I still use Wunderlist as it features a desktop version that doesn’t require web connection, I may consider moving on as the yearly subscription is twice that of Wunderlist. The desktop version is the only reason I still use Wunderlist for my Work related Tasks. TickTick at this point is used for all personal related tasks. As a matter of fact, I have changed to a monthly Wunderlist and have started moving my information to TickTick..Keep up the good work on this excellent app and when you get a Desktop app that doesn’t require a web browser I will get a second account for my Work related tasks.
LOVE the app, but...
So let me just start off by saying this app has kept me so organized ever since I downloaded it and it is very convenient. The tags and lists are a great feature that I definitely am using, the personalization for each task is great, and the calendar is extremely easy to use. However, there is one problem. When I say one problem, I mean out of the whole app I have found only one problem (which is fantastic!). The problem is that when I’m not able to get something done that I put in as a task for the day, there is no option for incomplete. The only options are to mark it as complete (which effects the statistics) or leave it alone and it runs into the next day as overdue; but, I don’t want a lot of the tasks I can’t get done in the overdue section. The other button it has is a delete button, but then I can’t go back and see the task as incomplete because it’s gone. If I choose delete task and it’s something I have set to repeat (like my workouts), it automatically deletes all of the future workout tasks. What I’m trying to say is that I really need an incomplete or something like that button. I hope you see this feedback and can get back to me about fixing the problem. Thanks for the otherwise perfect app!
Great task manager
I love Tick Tick for all its features! It works great and is a blessing for sure. There is only one feature I wish it had: to prompt me when putting in a task to assign how long it will honestly take to do that task. Then when I open the Today list it would automatically tell me the total amount of time it will take to complete all the tasks on my Today list. For me it would be very encouraging to see my big list of today tasks will only take, for instance, 3 1/2 hours to do. Most people make To Do lists, but rarely assign how long it will actually take them to do the task. Then they may feel like a failure if they don’t get it all done, because they had never considered how much time is required for them to complete each task. So while I manually put how long a task will take me to complete next to the task I enter into Tick Tick, for instance: Empty the dishwasher (15 minutes) it sure would be nice if the Tick Tick app would automatically total all my times for the today list and all other lists created in Tick Tick. It would certainly help me to see if I am being unrealistic in how much I think I can accomplish in a day or if I have much more time than I thought to do the things I’ve been wanting to do.
What I Been Searching For
Tried many. Todoist was great, paid for it for a year, but worked better for managing work projects, not so well for personal. Anylist is good, still a current subscriber for Grocery Shopping and Recipes, just not for day to day tasks. Wunderlist was probably the closest I got to something like TickTick. Used it for a long time, but something as basic as sorting properly didn’t work for me. Lag in completing a task and having the next one show up was frustrating. So I moved onto Apple Reminders. Something simple and easy, but it was too simplistic and lacked in even the basic of features, again looking at you sorting. We get to TiskTisk. It checks off all my needs. It works as I would expect it to, and has the features I need out of the box without needing to go pay. Though I am seriously considering subscribing to get a couple of those features and if anything support the development of this app. Where has this one been. Thank you.
This app is a hidden gem - it’s honestly one of the best I’ve ever used when it comes to task management. I love the format and the additional functions of being able to create folders, lists, and subtasks. Yet it’s so flexible; you control how organized or how simple your lists are. And the additional Pomo timer and habit tracker are so helpful; I don’t have to switch between apps since it’s all in one place! Yet even with all of these functions it never feels cluttered. The design is so streamlined and breathable that I could have a full schedule and not feel overwhelmed. And they offer extra themes (and a dark theme for night) all for free! This is an absolutely amazing app that deserves so much more credit - I thank the creators for making something that has honestly improved my productivity and my life. My only problem is that I didn’t find it sooner. Can’t wait to see what’s to come and I’m excited to upgrade soon. ❤️
Best Productivity/Notes App Ever
I have tried a lot of apps to help manage tasks, track habits, and stay focused but none have measured up to TickTick. The app/website is clean and simple so you don’t get overwhelmed with the things you want to accomplish - which is what I want in an app. But the reason I love the app is the features. It is everything I was looking for bundled in one and provided a better user experience an the competition, too. 1. Habit Tracker - easy and fun to use 2. Tasks/Notes - nothing too crazy or out of the box here - but effective 3. Focus timer/stopwatch - this is my favorite feature. It’s SO well integrated in the apps it makes a breeze to actually use on a daily bases. Then, the thing that make it all possible to use in today’s society is the apps. The app for Mac is awesome. When the app is enabled there’s a small emblem telling you how many tasks you have or how much time is left on to focus depending a quick to configure toggle. Lastly, it can sync to you calendar which can be a big deal if you manage your life off your calendar. My suggestion to TickTick, I would like to see is more options when it comes to alerts on tasks and option for the sound that notifies you when your focus timer has ended. My suggestion to you (the person try to better manager to time and habits)... Download it!! Overall, a well deserved 5-Star rating!! Good work, keep it up.
Love this app
I love making lists but I always do it on paper and then I loose them. So then I tried making lists in my notes but then the stuff that is repeated I have to uncheck or rewrite a bunch of times and it still feels unorganized and calendar isn’t easy to use for the same reason. But then I found this gem! I can set repeats I can set times or no times I can access it from my computer and it automagically syncs with my phone. I can have my workout as one task with a todo list for the workout inside of it!!!!! It’s just perfect. The only thing I have found that’s weird there are things I can do from my computer that I can’t do from my phone and visa Versa but it’s fine because I do have both. Like I can skip today’s task and fast forward it to the next time it’s suppose to be done on my phone but not on the computer and I can set times better on my computer.
Best Calendar App
I’m happy my other calendar app that I had been using went away, and I was forced to look for another. This app is much better than that one, and that one was great. And having tried over 100 other calendar apps, it the best of those too. The interface of this app is perfect after a few customizations, making it complex enough to store all the data types I need, such as lists and todos, but also simple enough to get out of the way. I love that any annoying things are usually customizable in settings, like getting rid of useless tabs or allowing completed tasks to appear in some tabs but not others. I’ve only found three problems, two small and the other large. Fix these and it’s perfect. 1. When moving a calendar event from one day to the next, there is a lag so that the event still appears on the original day until refreshing by going to another tab. This is a small error. 2. I was surprised to find I could not add calendar events from this app and only as tasks. I was totally surprised at this, because the rest of the app is perfect. This is a big error and should be fixed in a future release to allow us to add calendar events if we don’t want to make it a task. 3. Needs password for individual task lists too. I’d like to add a password for some lists and not others. I will update my review as changes are made. I’m currently a paying monthly customer. 4/5
I’ve tried around 10 or 15 different calendar and to-do apps and so far this is the only one that had the features and intuitive design that I was looking for. It’s like a far better functioning (and looking) version of Apple reminders mixed with google calendar. One app for all of my scheduling and reminding needs; now all of the things that I have to do are in one place. It’s as simple as you’d like or as involved as you need it to be, and it’s a joy to use. Absolutely worth the money for premium. I love this app. PS: To the developers - the only changes that I would make would be to allow users to make sub tasks for sub tasks, allow an “admin” for collaborated lists, and to have the option to edit or delete just one instance of a recurring task, instead of only all of them. Other than these things so far this app is absolutely perfect.
Wunderlist was great, but this is even better.
Wunderlist was working perfectly for my needs until it was purchased by Microsoft, so I had to look into other options. I tried many others, but none of them had the right feel or layout. I found TickTick because it was the only app that offered a direct transfer of tasks from Wunderlist. I didn't end up using that feature, but went all in and subscribed to the premium version shortly after trying it anyway because I needed more tasks. 1 month later, it has not only surpassed Wunderlist, but improved upon itself even in the few weeks I have had it. I am extremely picky about how I organize things, & nothing else compares; it's feature-packed but also super intuitive & not overcooked. I would pay more for it if I had to.
Best app ever!
This app is honestly the best app ever! I would give it 10 stars if I could. It’s just so much more organize than the other apps and there’s so many options like that you can still get for the free version. You can set alarms on certain times and certain days. While in other apps you need premium to do that. If you have an iPhone your phone comes with an app called “Reminders” but honestly to me, reminders isn’t organized enough and when I try to set certain birthday dates it doesn’t let set the tag for the birthday cake sign to show which bothers me a lot. In tick tick you can have multiple lists and inside those lists you can also set another lists for that certain topic! It’s just so organized and I love it!! Highly recommend this app to anyone who reads this!
Best app to track daily tasks
I'm the kind of person that gets easily distracted and forget tasks that were mentioned a minute before. This app has allowed me to organize my terribly busy starup workload. Whenever I get a request or task, I simply add it to the list. For now I haven't had to get the premium version because the base version had everything I needed including task priority, dating the tasks, subtask list within a task, tags, and seeing the list of completed tasks and when they were completed. I've went through quite a bit of Todo apps that work for all platforms (Mac, web, iPhone, etc.) and no other Todo app in its free state offers all the features and ease of use like this one. It's for sure an upgrade the default Reminders app from Apple and I would suggest this app to everyone.
So far so good.
So far seems great for my needs. Although when I had initially opened the app and started adding my things into it I noticed a sign in feature. When I went to sign up and came back everything I had just typed in got deleted. Not a huge deal to me as I was just starting but a bit annoying. Nervous about doing the subscription because I don’t want it deleting everything I’ve added. If I could give a suggestion, it would be to add a lock feature. Something you can just tap on and anything that editable is safe from accidentally deleting full list. I’m clumsy and fear accidentally deleing something important as I go to grab my phone from falling. A lock would just be good peace of mind. Other than that this was exactly what I had been searching for! Fantastic app and would definitely recommend to all my friends.
This app is so underrated. I’ve tried all the apps to organize my life but nothing ever looked aesthetically pleasing and functional as this one. I’m so glad I stumbled into this. I have been using it for a year now and I honestly don’t know what I would do without it. I’m a busy student in university and so this really keeps me on track and help me balance school life, social life and family life. I’ve recommended it to all my friends and sometimes don’t even have to because they just think it looks cool- which I agree wholeheartedly! I’ve even subscribed to the annual subscription because I just know that I will use this for life!!! This is my only app subscription and will probably remain so! So if you’re looking for a great calendar app, give this a try! You won’t regret it
Absolutely love this app. My favorite task manager I’ve found to date. Still love 2Do and think there are some features that could be brought over to TickTick (not only from 2Do, but other apps/programs as well) to improve it. Main reason I love this app so much is how well it works on iOS and Mac. Syncing is amazing, and everything does what it’s supposed to. Overall 5/5. Feature-wise maybe a 3.5 or 4/5, but it doesn’t necessarily decrease the usability or function of the app overall. Still plenty to use and do to organize all that you gotta get done. Overall, can not recommend this app enough. And can we take a moment to appreciate the fact I just need ONE subscription to use this on Mac and iOS? No need to drop $50 on the Mac version of 2Do. *cough*
Yes. TickTick: To Do List & Remind is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 9,950 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.8/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for TickTick: To Do List & Remind Is 64.7/100.
Yes. TickTick: To Do List & Remind is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 9,950 TickTick: To Do List & Remind User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for TickTick: To Do List & Remind Is 64.7/100.
TickTick: To Do List & Remind works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
Leave a comment: