iPhone App of the Week: Sorted
Thursday, December 8, 2011/
There are dozens of to-do apps on the App Store. Unfortunately, most of them are incredibly complicated and require ages to customise. However, a new cheap app on the Store hopes to change this.
Sorted allows users to simply set tasks, categorise them by colour, and then get rid of them once they’re done.
Users are able to set tasks with alarms, assign different statuses, set by priority and email tasks to other people.
But the great thing about this app is the simple UI. While other to-do apps have quite complicated and clunky UIs, Sorted just uses simple colours and rectangles to show each task.
It’s $1, and if you need a task management app, this is one to get.
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