iPhone App of the Week: TeuxDeux
By Patrick Stafford
To-do lists are essential for many entrepreneurs. With so much to do and so little time, keeping up with everything manually can be a chore.
The TeuxDeux app is one of the more stripped-down task lists on the App Store. While some of these apps have dozens of bells and whistles, this app strips away everything to favour a cleaner, leaner design.
Users simply type in tasks and can organise them based on daily, monthly or weekly occurrences. They can also plug them into the “someday” category, to cross them off at a later date.
The accompanying website also allows users to sync their notes, and create new tasks while using their desktop.
If you want a to-do app that won’t cost you more than $10, this $3 option is a step ahead of the rest.
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