Mac: It's been a while since we highlighted OneTask, the to-do app that makes capturing items easy, but only lets you focus on one thing at a time. Now, it's been rewritten from the ground up, and it's even better than before.
The video above walks you through the app's features, but it works much like it did before. Multitasking is generally a bad idea, so OneTask only displays one item from your to-do list at once, in a persistent bar that lives at the top of your screen (or off to the side, whichever you prefer).
Since OneTask is always on screen, you can use an array of shortcuts to interact with it. Adding items, completing to-dos and skipping to the next item in your list are all easy to do without interrupting your current flow. You can also "delay" tasks, giving yourself a little window of time to do something else (or just procrastinate) before OneTask reminds you that it's time to get to work on it.
It's a unique to-do app, but perfect for those of us who get overwhelmed by massive to-do lists or competing priorities. If you really want to single-task, this app can help. As before, it's $5.49 in the Mac App Store, currently on sale for $2.99.