What he came up with is affordable, easy to setup and use, and it synchronizes to-do items with an even less expensive iPhone version of the same app. If all you need are simple to-do lists with due dates and priorities, To Due for Mac and To Due for iPhone are worth a close look.
What you get goes beyond the mundane of Reminders in OS X. To Due is a click away from within any Mac app. Click the Menubar for the drop down list of to-do items.
Set a new to-do item by adding a task name, set the due time and date, and click to select the priority level. To Due sorts apps by priority and due date.
To Due also uses Apple’s iCloud so synchronization of to-do items between Mac and the iPhone version is quick, painless, and requires not setup.
To Due color coordinates the priorities– Red means today or overdue. Yellow means due this week. Green is due in the future (or no due date). Blue means completed. To Due items also feature a countdown until the due date.
You also get notification when specific to-do items are due. To Due does not overwhelm with a bunch of hard-to-configure features. It’s basically a simple to-do list with priorities, due dates and times, and a behind-the-scenes sync feature for the iPhone version.
You’ll spend more on lunch at McDonald’s than you will on both versions of To Due.