Mac/iOS: Todoist is one of our favourite to-do apps, and today the Mac and the iPhone versions picked up big updates to make them easier to use. The updates to the Mac app make it easier to add and schedule to-dos, and the updates to the iPhone version make use of iOS 9's 3D Touch and other features. In OS X, pressing Shift+Cmd+A will bring up Todoist's quick-add toolbar. If you've used launchers like Spotlight or Alfred, it will look familiar, but in this case you can type in your to-do and when you want to schedule it for, and Todoist will parse the date in plain language, schedule it and add it to your list, all from one screen. Similarly, there's a new Todoist plugin for Safari that lets you quickly add to-dos from the web.
In iOS, the app is getting deep linking, so when you tap a link it will open in Todoist unless you want it to open in your web browser, and 3D Touch will make it easier to long-press the app icon and quickly add a to-do, see just what's on your plate for today or see what you have coming up in the next week. There's also a new Apple Watch version launching today as well.
For more on all of the news, hit the link below, or grab the updated versions of the apps if you're currently a subscriber. Todoist is free, but features like reminders and location alerts are premium only, at $US29 ($40)/yr.