Android/iPhone: TickTick is a powerful syncing to-do manager that's seen a lot of improvement since its launch. Today, it's getting a handful of new features. TickTick's main appeal is how comprehensive it is as a to-do list manager. You get lists and a variety of reminders as you'd expect, but TickTick also works in a calendar view and shareable lists alongside a variety of themes to change up the look. TickTick comes in a free version as well as a subscription version for $US1.99 ($3)/month. Today, premium subscribers get a new grid view in the calendar that makes it easy to see what you have going on for a particular date at a glance and custom smart lists, which allows you to automatically make lists based on filters. All users are also getting a new task progress bar that gives you a visual indicator for how close you are to completing a set of tasks. A handful of other minor improvements are in this version too, so update your apps now.
TickTick Adds Task Progress Indicators, Smart Lists And A Grid View
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