Tomorrow.do is a short term task management application that helps users decide what to do today and what to put off until tomorrow. The user can add individual tasks into a realistic scheduling book that shows the current and following date. The user can add items to both days to help them sort out what needs done in the near future. An iPhone, iPhone HD, iPad and Android version of the application is also available for mobile users. Tomorrow.do helps the user organize their upcoming tasks without feeling overwhelmed by planning too far in advance. Instead, the user focuses on the current and next day to make sure that the most important tasks are completed before worrying about anything beyond that time period.Show more screenshots »
Tomorrow.do hasn’t received a high number of mentions on the web, although it has not gone unnoticed. Many users and well known media outlets, including Newsweek, have sung its praises. The mobile versions have also received a great deal of positive comments and praise, with the android version boasting more than 6,000 five star user reviews. Users noted the interface and short term focus of the application as being the most beneficial.
While other time management applications tend to go overboard by giving the user many ways to micromanage every minute, Tomorrow.do takes a different approach. The application is built for the average person who is most worried about the next few hours to the next couple days rather than weeks and months in the future. The user can add their most important upcoming tasks and make sure they get done while letting anything after that stay along the sidelines (where it should be).
Tomorrow.do has a very handsome, elegant quality to it that hints at the application’s casual nature. The design features a realistic date book that opens up to the current and following day, complete with a coffee ring in one corner as it rests atop a battered wooden surface. The design makes it easy for anyone to quickly grasp how to use Tomorrow.do and begin scheduling their next two days’ worth of tasks.
A visitor can create a Tomorrow.do account by clicking the lime green “I am a New User” button along the right side of the homepage. The button shifts downward to reveal the short registration form. The form asks for an email address and password. After completing the form and clicking the “Register” button below it, the user is automatically logged into their account. Users can check the box that appears in place of the form to stay logged in to the application.
Tomorrow.do is available to all users for free. There are no subscription fees and the user does not have to make any purchases. Android and iPhone users can also download the basic version of the application for free. The iPhone HD and iPad versions cost $1.99 each. Users are not required to purchase these versions to use the web, iPhone or Android device versions. All users are given access to all current features.
Tomorrow.do is a great application for anyone who is worried about scheduling their time in the short term. Many people stretch themselves too thin trying to get everything done as fast as possible. Tomorrow.do can help user pace themselves so they complete tasks and accomplish goals at a steady pace. The application is geared more towards individuals for personal use rather than businesses or professionals.