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The Big to-do review

Thankfully, there is no shortage of to-do apps. Some would argue that they will never replace a good old written list, but I find there to be real benefits to these apps. However, it depends on what kind of list maker you are or how you prefer to work with them which determines which app becomes your weapon of choice.

I’ve experimented with a few to-do apps, so I thought I’d weigh in on this topic. There are many more out there, yes, but these happen to be the ones that wound up on my devices.

Evernote

Yes, you can use Evernote for to-do lists. On top of everything else you can do that too. I’ve been using Evernote for a long time and love it. It has replaced Word and Pages and I drop everything in there. Well, almost everything. I’ve tried doing to-do lists here, but it wasn’t working…

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