If the calendar app is too time-bound or complex for you, then you can also organize the tasks that need to be done more easily. The List-it app, which you can download for free from the App Store, comes with a simple but beautifully designed interface. In combination with pleasant colors, beautiful fonts and intuitive operation, lists can be created for the current day (“Today”) and for later (“Later”). Other functions - such as shared lists, a special shopping list, multilingual collaboration with others, etc. - are scheduled to appear as a premium purchase in 2022.
The current basic functions, namely adding, assigning and removing list items, do not require an account or payment. List-it can therefore be used free of charge on the Apple iPhone. To do this, download the app from the official App Store for iOS devices and start it.
You are greeted by a tutorial that guides you through the individual buttons and areas. However, the operation is very intuitive even without the instructions. List items can be added using the purple plus button (+) and the importance (high, medium, low) and time assignment (today, later) can also be realised.
Other features that will be paid for
Premium features are announced for "later in 2022", two of which are already shown with icons on the menu bar at the bottom of the screen: shopping list and shared lists. If you tap on it or select the item “Account & Subscription” in the menu, you will get the message that the new paid premium features including the obligation to have an account will only come later.
In addition to the purchase assignment, the account is also required if you want to have e-mail notifications for reminders of the individual to-dos. If you want to stay up to date, you can register for the List-it newsletter. This is also possible via the app. So whether you want to use a free to-do list app or want to do more with it in the future - take a look :)
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.
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