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"One List To Rule Them All"<br><br>One List is an easy-to-use organizational tool that prioritizes your everyday life. It's designed to help you maximize productivity while minimizing the clutter and confusion that plague most to-do lists. <br><br>One List makes it easy to visualize your to-do list by automatically organizing tasks for you. Just select a priority!<br><br>Features:<br>- Color-coded task prioritization<br>- Clean, easy-to-use, gesture-based interface<br>- Customizable color themes<br>- Customizable sound effects<br>- Due date reminders for important tasks<br>- Optimized for iPad and iPhone 4S, 5, 5C, 5S, 6, 6+, 7, and 7+<br><br>Get organized with One List today, it’s completely FREE to use!<br><br>If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, get in touch with us on Twitter @TheOneListApp or send us feedback from within the app.
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I'm a simple person when it comes to many things lol so this app is perfect for simple people. There are not many settings and it's just one list-like in the name- and that's all I wanted! Plus with the color coded on how important it helps you get your priorities straight. If you want a simple, quick, color coded, and easy to work with mobile to do list then this app is for you! The only thing more simple than this app is a paper and a pen ,but this is better than that! I love this app and I've only had it for a week! Even better you don't have to put a due date if u don't want to and that good for things that you want to get done but don't have a due date. Also you there are daily, hour, and due date reminder ,but if you want you can remove them! GET THIS APP!
This is fantastic news. Next time there’s an apple redesign. Please just charge for an update. I’d much prefer to give you $20, then slowly spending it a dollar here, 3 dollars there as I roamed around looking for a replacement. I almost kept roaming too, this app looks so updated I didn’t trust it was the same one until I read “OneList to rule them all.” I know the community is split about this. But I’d happily pay a couple bucks a month or a tiered Subscription if it meant I could stop worry about my most essential apps just ending dev at any moment. Thrilled you guys are back. Anyone who need to keep a list and keep it simple and smooth enough to make a habit of it, then stop searching and just put this on your home screen.
I downloaded this app with a couple of other "to-do" apps to use along side each other as a test for a few days. I had high hopes for this one because I really just want a simple prioritizing and checklist function. I don't need a lot of bells and whistles. I've never had a problem trying out adware before, but this app is unusable. You can't enter or update a single task without having to watch a YouTube-style ad that forces you to watch for several seconds before you can skip the rest. Besides the frustrating delay, the ads have audio, and they are VERY loud. I couldn't even test it out for half a day. It only cost $5 to remove the ads, but I don't want to purchase an app that's adware version is so user-unfriendly. Besides the fact that I can't get a good feel for how the app will work for me, it doesn't bode well for the usability of the paid version.
I like this; it’s so simple but really, almost a crippling amount of long unavoidable pop-up adds. Of course, it costs to have it more add free, but I’ve never had an app with so many adds that it’s practically not worth using unless you upgrade- yet it’s so basic, to me it’s not worth paying for. Ultimately kind of an annoying conundrum. To be even more clear, basically an add when I open the app, and an add after every time I hit anything within the app, a one-to-one ratio, and you can’t just “x” out of the adds, so it’s not nearly as time-saving as it could be.
I actually really loved the app. Simple, quick, colorful at an eye glance (esp bc some of my FAVORITE colors were included - nice job!), easy to organize/prioritize/enter/remove. BUT after an iPhone update some time ago, it crashes and closes. I can no longer use it. When I tried to click the link for app support, google says the server cannot be found (no page to load). I have iPhone 6 IOS 12.4.2. I’ve deleted and reinstalled the app as well as things like rebooting phone, etc etc but all the same. Hope I get to use the app again some day.
Developed by Gabe Rozenberg.
Prioritize Tasks with One List is ranking in Productivity & Utilities
Last update was at Feb 02, 2019and the current version is 2.6.
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Prioritize Tasks with One List have a 328a user reviews.
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