Hey—does the following sound familiar at all? You’re running around all day like a headless chicken, trying to get everything down, and you lose perspective of everything on your to-do list. This can often result in putting things off till the next day. Do it (Tomorrow) is a to-do list that lets you jot things down in a notebook, and whenever you don’t manage to get something down the task gets shifted to the following day.
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Features & Use
Test device: LG Optimus Black
Android version: 2.2.2
Do it (Tomorrow) is a cute, simple little app that helps you remember and organize what tasks you have. As the name implies, it gives you the option of taking notes of things you have coming up for the next day, as well as shifting chores from one day to the following one. Whenever you’ve taken care of a task you can erase it with a simple swipe of your finger.
The Do it (Tomorrow) design is very reminiscent of a real notebook—you know, the classic kind with a cover and pages in it and stuff. Think Moleskine. The UI looks like two pages of a notebook, one for today and one for tomorrow, making it easy to switch from one day to the next.
Hit ‘Add a new task’ whenever you need to add something to your list, and press the arrow if you want to shift a task to the next day. Just tap the task if you want to erase it, or hit ‘edit’ if you need to make any changes.
Do it (Tomorrow) can also be synced with your to-do list, meaning you can access it from other devices. This can be convenient if you need to organize chores in a family home. In order to sync the to-do list you must enter your email address and password. The same email address and password have to be used on every device with which you wish to access the list.
Keeping in tune with the classic notebook look of the app, you can also select which font you want to use, one of them being a handwriting style font.
Do it (Tomorrow) is super convenient and easy to use. I like that the app is kept simple and to the point—it means you won’t waste time learning how to use the darn thing, which is what the app is all about: helping you save time and stay organized and on top of things.
Two options that (I feel) are missing is the possibility to sub-categories tasks and add times to tasks, like if you have an appointment, for instance.
Screen & Controls
Do it (Tomorrow) controls are simple, making the app really easy to use. Nothing fancy, no confusing elements, just a well running application that does what it promises to do.
The design is great and somewhat nostalgic of Ye Olde Days of Pen ‘N’ Paper, complete with coffee rings
Speed & Stability
Do it (Tomorrow) performs well overall—no crashing.
Do it (Tomorrow) is available for free from the Android Market. While it’s a useful tool, we’re knocking off a few points because of what we feel are relatively important missing functions (see the Features & Use section).